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Freddie Jackson Discography




Freddie Jackson is an American soul singer who rose to fame in the mid-1980s with his smooth and romantic ballads. He has released 15 studio albums, four compilation albums, and over 40 singles, many of which topped the R&B charts and crossed over to the pop charts. He is best known for his hits such as "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake)", "You Are My Lady", "Jam Tonight", and "Do Me Again". He has been nominated for four Grammy Awards and has won an American Music Award and a Soul Train Music Award.


Studio Albums




Freddie Jackson's debut album, Rock Me Tonight, was released in 1985 and became an instant success. It reached number one on the R&B albums chart and number 10 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. It also spawned four R&B number one singles: "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake)", "You Are My Lady", "He'll Never Love You (Like I Do)", and "Love Is Just a Touch Away". The album was certified platinum by the RIAA and silver by the BPI.


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His second album, Just Like the First Time, was released in 1986 and followed a similar formula of romantic ballads and uptempo grooves. It also reached number one on the R&B albums chart and number 23 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. It produced three more R&B number one singles: "Tasty Love", "Have You Ever Loved Somebody", and "Jam Tonight". The album was also certified platinum by the RIAA.


His third album, Don't Let Love Slip Away, was released in 1988 and continued his streak of success. It reached number one on the R&B albums chart and number 48 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. It featured two more R&B number one singles: "Hey Lover" and "Nice 'N' Slow". The album was certified gold by the RIAA.


His fourth album, Do Me Again, was released in 1990 and marked a slight change in his sound. He incorporated more elements of new jack swing and hip hop into his music, while still maintaining his signature style of soulful vocals. The album reached number one on the R&B albums chart and number 59 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. It included two more R&B number one singles: "Do Me Again" and "Main Course". The album was also certified gold by the RIAA.


His fifth album, Time for Love, was released in 1992 and saw him return to his roots of classic soul and quiet storm. The album reached number seven on the R&B albums chart and number 83 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. It featured the R&B top 10 singles: "Me and Mrs. Jones", a cover of the Billy Paul song, and "I Could Use a Little Love (Right Now)".


His sixth album, Here It Is, was released in 1994 and was his first album for RCA Records. The album reached number 11 on the R&B albums chart and number 66 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. It included the R&B top 20 singles: "Can I Touch You" and "Rub Up Against You".


His seventh album, At Christmas, was released in 1994 and was his first holiday-themed album. The album reached number 65 on the R&B albums chart. It featured original songs as well as covers of Christmas classics such as "The Christmas Song", "White Christmas", and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas".


His eighth album, Private Party, was released in 1995 and was his second album for Street Life / Scotti Bros. Records. The album reached number 28 on the R&B albums chart and number 187 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. It featured the R&B top 40 single: "All Over You".


His ninth album, Life After 30, was released in 1999 and was his third album for Orpheus Records. The album reached number 81 on the R&B albums chart. It featured the R&B top 50 single: "Until the End of Time".


His tenth album, It's Your Move, was released in 2004 and was his fourth album for Orpheus Records. The album reached number 45 on the R&B albums chart. It featured the R&B top 30 single: "I Don't Wanna Go".


His eleventh album, Personal Reflections, was released in 2005 and was his first album for Artemis Records. The album did not chart. It featured covers of songs by artists who influenced him, such as Sam Cooke, Marvin Gaye, Teddy Pendergrass, and Luther Vandross.


His twelfth album, Transitions, was released in 2006 and was his second album for Artemis Records. The album reached number 26 on the R&B albums chart. It featured the R&B top 40 single: "More Than Friends".


His thirteenth album, For You, was released in 2010 and was his first album for eOne Music. The album reached number 48 on the R&B albums chart. It featured the R&B top 20 single: "I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love".


His fourteenth album, Love Signals, was released in 2018 and was his second album for Climax Entertainment. The album did not chart. It featured the singles: "Without You", "Love Signals", and "Find My Way".


His fifteenth album, My First Love, was released in 2023 and was his third album for Climax Entertainment. The album did not chart. It featured the singles: "My First Love", "You're My Everything", and "Let's Get It On".


Compilation and Live Albums




In addition to his studio albums, Freddie Jackson has also released four compilation albums and one live album. His first compilation album, The Greatest Hits of Freddie Jackson, was released in 1993 and reached number 45 on the R&B albums chart. It featured 14 of his biggest hits as well as two new songs: "I Could Not Say No" and "Me and You". His second compilation album, Anthology, was released in 1998 and did not chart. It featured 30 of his songs spanning his entire career up to that point. His third compilation album, Greatest Hits, was released in 2007 and reached number 86 on the R&B albums chart. It featured 12 of his hits as well as a new song: "You Are My Life". His fourth compilation album, Diamond Collection, was released in 2008 and reached number 40 on the R&B albums chart. It featured 15 of his songs as well as a new song: "One Night". His only live album, Live in Concert, was released in 2000 and did not chart. It featured recordings of his performances at various venues.


Singles




Freddie Jackson has released over 40 singles throughout his career, most of which have been successful on the R&B charts. He has had a total of 10 R&B number one singles, which ties him with James Brown for the most by a male solo artist. He has also had a total of 18 R&B top five singles, which ranks him among the top ten male solo artists of all time. He has also crossed over to the pop charts several times, with his highest-charting single being "You Are My Lady", which peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1985.


Some of his most notable singles include:


  • "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake)" (1985): His debut single and first R&B number one hit. It also reached number 18 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 18 on the UK Singles Chart.



  • "You Are My Lady" (1985): His second R&B number one hit and most successful pop crossover single. It also reached number three on the Adult Contemporary chart and number 49 on the UK Singles Chart.



  • "Jam Tonight" (1987): His sixth R&B number one hit and one of his signature songs. It also reached number 32 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 81 on the UK Singles Chart.



  • "Do Me Again" (1990): His eighth R&B number one hit and one of his most popular songs. It also reached number 46 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 22 on the UK Singles Chart.



  • "Me and Mrs. Jones" (1992): His cover of the Billy Paul classic and his ninth R&B number one hit. It also reached number 50 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 18 on the UK Singles Chart.



  • "I Don't Wanna Go" (2004): His last R&B top 30 hit to date and one of his most recent songs. It reached number 26 on the R&B chart and number 97 on the Billboard Hot 100.



Awards and Nominations




Freddie Jackson has received several awards and nominations for his music and achievements. Some of them include:


  • Grammy Awards: He has been nominated four times for Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male, for "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake)" in 1986, "You Are My Lady" in 1987, "Jam Tonight" in 1988, and "Do Me Again" in 1991.



  • American Music Awards: He won one award for Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist in 1988. He was also nominated for Favorite Soul/R&B Album for Just Like the First Time in 1988 and Favorite Soul/R&B Single for "Jam Tonight" in 1988.



  • Soul Train Music Awards: He won one award for Best R&B/Soul Single, Male, for "Jam Tonight" in 1988. He was also nominated for Best R&B/Soul Album, Male, for Rock Me Tonight in 1986, Just Like the First Time in 1987, and Don't Let Love Slip Away in 1989.



  • BET Awards: He was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2019 for his contributions to R&B music and culture.



Legacy and Influence




Freddie Jackson is widely regarded as one of the most influential and successful R&B singers of the 1980s and early 1990s. He is known for his smooth and sensual vocals, his romantic and passionate lyrics, and his catchy and groovy melodies. He has sold over 15 million records worldwide and has influenced many artists who came after him, such as Keith Sweat, Johnny Gill, Babyface, Brian McKnight, Joe, Usher, Ne-Yo, Trey Songz, and more. He is also considered one of the pioneers of the quiet storm subgenre of R&B, which features mellow and soothing music that is ideal for late-night listening or romantic settings. He has been praised by critics and fans alike for his consistent quality and longevity in the music industry.


Conclusion




Freddie Jackson is a legendary R&B singer who has made a lasting impact on the music


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