A Lighter Shade Of Brown - T.J. Nights album
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Artist: Lighter Shade of Brown Album: Brown & Proud (1991) Track: 11 Tracklist: 1. Brown & Proud 2. El Varrio 3. Spill the Wine 4. Pancho Villa 5. Paquito.
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A Lighter Shade of Brown (LSOB) was a Mexican American hip hop duo from Riverside, California best known for their 1990 hit single "On a Sunday Afternoon", a success in the . written by songwriters and musicians David Dunson and Micah Carson. LSOB was formed in 1989 by One Dope Mexican (Robert Gutierrez) and Don't Try To Xerox (Bobby Ramirez). They recorded demos and landed a record deal soon after with small independent label Pump.
Lighter Shade Of Brown (. was formed in Riverside, California by ODM (One Dope Mexican, born Robert Gutierrez) and DTTX (Don't Try To Xerox, born Bobby Ramirez). Their debut album was titled Brown And Proud and it was released in 1990. Their second album, Hip-Hop Locos, was released in 1992 and helped . get signed to Mercury Records. Their third album, Layin' in the Cut, was not marketed properly which contributed to poor sales and resulted in a hiatus for the group. They returned in 1997, signed to Thump Records, and releasing a self-titled album.
From the album "Brown and Proud". Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.A Lighter Shade Of Brown. Nights (CD, Single, Car).
A Lighter Shade of Brown (album). A Lighter Shade of Brown is the self-titled fourth studio album by A Lighter Shade of Brown. It was released on November 18, 1997, for Thump Records and was produced by Captain Rapp, James Carter, Chris Charles and Ali Malik. This was the first album by the group to not make it to the Billboard charts. Welcome to Club Fed"- 1:00.
By the time Lighter Shade of Brown released their eponymous album in late 1997, they had run out of momentum and their music no longer had the freshness that it did on Brown & Proud. That said, the group was still capable of cutting some supremely engaging fusions of Latin rhythms and hip-hop, and there are a few tracks on the album - including the Rappin' 4-Tay duet "World Famous" - that kick like their old stuff, and that's what makes Lighter Shade of Brown worthwhile for long-time followers.
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|1||T.J. Nights (U.S.A. Radio Edit Mix) (Vocal)||4:08|
|2||T.J. Nights (Club Oh Dance Mix) (Vocal)||5:10|
- Bass – Joe Alfaro, Stan "The Guitar" Man
- Co-producer – Jammin' James*
- Executive Producer – Clif Richey Jr.
- Guitar – Joe Alfaro, Stan "The Guitar" Man
- Producer – Fabe Love
- Remix – Bobby Avila Sr., Bobby Ross Avila
NotesFrom the album "Brown and Proud"
|VL-15123-1||A Lighter Shade Of Brown*||T.J. Nights (12")||Pump Records||VL-15123-1||US||1990|
|CD-15123-2||A Lighter Shade Of Brown*||T.J. Nights (CD, Single, Promo)||Pump Records||CD-15123-2||US||1990|
|4MJ15123-4||A Lighter Shade Of Brown*||T.J. Nights (Cass, Single)||Pump Records||4MJ15123-4||US||1990|
|15123-1||A Lighter Shade Of Brown*||T.J. Nights (12", Promo)||Pump Records||15123-1||US||1990|
|CDPU111||A Lighter Shade Of Brown*||T.J. Nights (CD, Single, Car)||Possum||CDPU111||Australia||1992|