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  • Personnel includes: R. Kelly (vocals); Boo, Gotti (rap vocals); Donnie Lyle (guitar, bass); Greg Landfair, Kendall Nesbitt (keyboards); Abel Garibaldi, Ian Mereness, Andy Gallas (programming).
  • Engineers include: Abel Garibaldi, Jeff Lane, James Lee.
  • Principally recorded at Rock Land Studios, Chicago, Illinois.
  • "I Wish" was nominated for the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance.
  • Personnel: R. Kelly (vocals); General, Gotti, Boo (rap vocals); Donnie Lyle, Greg Landfair (guitar); Kendall D. Nesbitt (keyboards); Dave Conner, Bill W., Stan Wood, James Lee, Joe Donatello, Abel Garibaldi, Andy Gallas, Ian Mereness (programming).
  • Audio Mixers: Ron Lowe; Jim Bottari; David Swope; Daniel Milazzo; Flip Osman; Bill Douglass ; Alex DeJonge; Doug Swope; John Nelson ; Peter Mokran; R. Kelly; Richard Travali; Tony Flores; Tony Maserati ; Cyrille Taillandier.
  • Recording information: Chicago Recording Company, Chicago, IL; Rock Land Studios, Chicago, IL; Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA; The Studio, Philadelphia, PA; The Studios, Philadelphia, PA; TransContinental Studios, Orlando, FL; Vanguard Studios, Oak Park, MI.
  • Arranger: R. Kelly.
  • "I Wish" was nominated for the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance.
  • Few people have ever bought an R. Kelly record for its sophisticated lyrical innuendo, and on TP-2.COM Kelly offers more of the unabashedly carnal mack-daddy R&B that made him a pinup in the '90s. It's clear from the outset that Kelly means business, as the opening tune finds him declaring that he's "horny as hell" and "it's about to get kinky."
  • Over the sensual slow jam of "Strip for You," he informs his lady that he's about to put himself at her service. On the delicate, lushly orchestrated "The Greatest Sex," he similarly abjures metaphor with a straightforwardness that somehow turns quirky a la Prince. However, there's enough variety in the instrumental twists and turns of the album to keep things from sounding too monochromatic. "Like a Real Freak" is a perfect example, as Kelly's no-nonsense sex talk is framed by delicate flamenco guitar work.
Professional Reviews
Entertainment Weekly (11/10/00, p.90) - "...Get-busy ballads, forgive-me-girl pleas, and tender elegies for dead homies, Kelly croons with an open-hearted, gospel-schooled grace..." - Rating: B+
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