Randy Brown (musician)

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Randy Brown is an American R&B singer born in Memphis, Tennessee.

Brown's brother was William Brown, who was a member of The Three Lads.[1] He recorded several albums in the late 1970s and early 1980s, often performing material penned by songwriters Homer Banks and Chuck Brooks. At one point he was also a short-term member of The Temprees.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Welcome to My Room (1978) U.S. R&B #48[2]
  • Intimately (1979) U.S. R&B #46
  • Midnight Desire (1980) U.S. R&B #50
  • Check It Out (1981)
  • Randy (1981)

Singles[edit]

  • "I Wanna Make Love To You" (1978) U.S. R&B #22[3]
  • "I'd Rather Hurt Myself (Than To Hurt You)" (1978) U.S. R&B #89
  • "We Ought to Be Doin' It" (1980) U.S. R&B #16

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