Supernatural (Ben E. King album)

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Supernatural
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Studio album by Ben E. King
Released 1975
Genre Soul
Length 39:27
Label Atlantic
Producer Tony "Champagne" Silvester, Bert "Super Charts" De Coteaux
Ben E. King chronology
The Beginning of It All
(1972)
Supernatural
(1975)
I Had a Love
(1976)

Supernatural marks Ben E. King's transition to the main Atlantic Records label after time on subsidiary labels. The album is King's ninth album and eighth studio album. The single,"Supernatural Thing Part 1" brought him a return to chart success, reaching #1 on the R&B charts, his first time in fourteen years, and peaking at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100.[1] The title track and others tracks on the album featured King singing in a higher key as second tenor, rather than his usual baritone.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Supernatural Thing Part 1" (Patrick Grant (Haras Fyre), Gwen Guthrie) [3:54]
  2. "Supernatural Thing Part 2" (Patrick Grant (Haras Fyre), Gwen Guthrie) [3:14]
  3. "You're Lovin' Ain't Good Enough" (Patrick Grant (Haras Fyre), Gwen Guthrie) [5:00]
  4. "Drop My Heart Off" (Sam Dees, Frederick Knight) [4:17]
  5. "Extra Extra" [3:48]
  6. "Do It In the Name of Love" (Patrick Grant (Haras Fyre), Gwen Guthrie) [4:20]
  7. "Happiness Is Where You Find It" [3:35]
  8. "Do You Wanna Do a Thing" (Jesse Boyce, Richard Griffith, Sanchez Harley) [4:24]
  9. "Imagination" [3:38]
  10. "What Do You Want Me To Do" [3:17]

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004. Record Research. p. 325.