SoulTracks Lost Gem: Johnny Gill knows where he "Stands"

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    D.C. native Johnny Gill arguably possesses one of the clearest, strongest Soul voices of his generation, but while he's had hits both as a solo singer and in group settings, his choice of material and his lack of a distinctive musical personality - despite his immense talent as a musician and vocalist - have prevented him from attaining the level of artistry or stardom that his talent would justify. Click Here for the full biography.

    But one moment where artist, song and production met beautifully was on his version of the Gospel song, "I Know Where I Stand," from his album Provocative. If you haven't heard it before, check it out below. It is a true Lost Gem.

     

     

    D.C. native Johnny Gill arguably possesses one of the clearest, strongest Soul voices of his generation, but while he's had hits both as a solo singer and in group settings, his choice of material and his lack of a distinctive musical personality - despite his immense talent as a musician and vocalist - have prevented him from attaining the level of artistry or stardom that his talent would justify. Click Here for the full biography.

    But one moment where artist, song and production met beautifully was on his version of the Gospel song, "I Know Where I Stand," from his album Provocative. If you haven't heard it before, check it out below. It is a true Lost Gem.

     

     

     
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