Stephanie (album)

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Stephanie
Stephanie mills-stephanie.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 22, 1981
Recorded1980–1981
StudioSigma Sound Studios
(New York)
Genre
Label20th Century Fox (USA)
RCA (Australia), (Germany), (Spain)[1]
Producer
Stephanie Mills chronology
Sweet Sensation
(1980)
Stephanie
(1981)
Tantalizingly Hot
(1982)

Stephanie is the fifth studio album by American recording R&B artist Stephanie Mills. It was released in 1981 and produced by James Mtume and Reggie Lucas. The album features hit song "Two Hearts" a duet with Teddy Pendergrass. By default, this fulfilled her contract with 20th Century-Fox Records. Stephanie was nominated for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance at the 1982 24th Grammy Awards.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by James Mtume and Reggie Lucas except where indicated.

  1. "Winner" - 4:50
  2. "Two Hearts" (featuring Teddy Pendergrass) - 4:44
  3. "Don't Stop Doin' What 'Cha Do" - 4:48
  4. "Top of My List" (Rodney Brown, Willie Lester) - 3:42
  5. "I Believe in Love Songs" - 4:14
  6. "Night Games" - 5:47
  7. "My Love's Been Good to You" (Howard King, Tawatha Agee) - 4:12
  8. "Magic" (Jeffrey Daniel, Stephanie Mills) - 5:07

Personnel[edit]

  • Stephanie Mills - Lead & Backing Vocals
  • Basil Fearington - Bass
  • Howard King - Drums
  • Reggie Lucas, Ed "Tree" Moore - Guitar
  • James Mtume, Hubert Eaves III - Keyboards
  • Brenda White King, Luther Vandross, Ullanda McCullough, Tawatha Agee - Backing Vocals
  • Jim "Doc" Dougherty - Engineer
  • Gerry Block, Jay Mark - Additional Engineer
  • Craig S. Michaels, Matthew Weiner - Assistant Engineer
  • Eugene Bianco - Horns and Strings Contractor

Charts[edit]

Chart (1981) Peak
position
US Billboard 200[2] 30
US Billboard Top R&B Albums 3

Singles[edit]

Year Single Chart positions[3][4]
US
Pop
US
R&B
US
Dance
UK
1981 "Two Hearts" 40 3 82 49
"Night Games" 33

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.discogs.com/master/view/111984
  2. ^ "Stephanie Mills US albums chart history". allmusic. Retrieved 2011-05-07.
  3. ^ "Stephanie Mills US singles chart history". allmusic.com. Retrieved 2011-05-07.
  4. ^ "UK Charts > Stephanie Mills". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 2010-01-31.

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