Jade to the Max

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Jade to the Max
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 17, 1992
StudioOasis Recording Studios
(Canoga Park, California)
The Post Complex
(Los Angeles, California)
ProducerVassal Benford
Ron Spearman
Alton "Wokie" Stewart
Jade chronology
Jade to the Max
BET's Listening Party
Singles from Jade to the Max
  1. "I Wanna Love You"
    Released: September 1, 1992
  2. "Don't Walk Away"
    Released: November 23, 1992
  3. "One Woman"
    Released: 1993
  4. "Looking for Mr. Do Right"
    Released: 1993
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2.5/5 stars [1]

Jade to the Max is the platinum-selling debut album by American R&B group Jade, released in 1992. The album produced the hit singles "I Wanna Love You" (U.S. #16), "Don't Walk Away" (U.S. #4), "One Woman" (U.S. #22), and "Looking for Mr. Do Right" (U.S. #69). It also contains covers of two songs by the 1970s R&B trio The Emotions – "Don't Ask My Neighbor" and "Blessed".

The album peaked at #56 on the Billboard 200, #19 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and #10 on the Top Heatseekers.

Track listing[edit]

  • Credits adapted from liner notes[2]
1."Don't Walk Away"Vassal Benford, Ronald Spearman4:44
2."I Wanna Love You"Benford, Spearman4:31
3."I Want 'Cha Baby"Benford, Spearman4:30
4."That Boy"Benford, Carol Duboc4:03
5."Out with the Girls"Benford, Spearman4:03
6."Hold Me Close"Benford, Tony Haynes4:26
7."One Woman"Benford, Spearman4:49
8."Give Me What I'm Missing"Joi Marshall, Myron McKinley, Angela Slates5:11
9."Looking for Mr. Do Right"Alton "Wokie" Stewart6:17
10."Don't Ask My Neighbor"Skip Scarborough4:17
11."Blessed"Jerry Peters, Maurice White5:30



  • Joi Marshall – vocals
  • Tonya Kelly – vocals
  • Di Reed – vocals


  • Vassal Benford – keyboards, multi-instruments
  • Emzie Parker, Jr. – guitars
  • Gerald Albright – saxophone
  • Lanar Brantley – bass
  • Ronald Spearman – drum and keyboard programming
  • Victor Flores – recording engineer, mixing
  • Conley Abrams – recording engineer, mixing
  • Cassandra Mills – executive producer
  • Steve Hall – mastering


  1. ^ Cooper, William. Jade to the Max > review at AllMusic. Retrieved 2012-10-14.
  2. ^ Jade - Jade To The Max (CD liner notes). Giant/Reprise Records 7599-24466-2

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