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Al Jarreau’s death is a huge loss to the music world and the entire world seems to be mourning his death. The 76-year old vocalist who breathed his last on Sunday won seven Grammy awards over a period of three and half decades.

His first Grammy came in 1978 while the last Grammy award was won by him in the year 2012. The most amazing part of his Grammy awards is the fact he won them under three different categories pop, R&B, and Jazz.

Though his initial calling was in Jazz, he did similarly well in other genres. In 1982, he earned a Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Male Artist for the title track of his album “Breakin’ Away.” That year, he also received the Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Performance by a Male Artist for his version of Dave Brubeck’s “Blue Rondo à la Turk,” from the same album.Al Jarreau

He was revered and loved by his fans. In a statement posted on Jarreau’s website, the musician was lauded for his compassion and caring for those around him. “His 2nd priority in life was music. There was no 3rd. His 1st priority, far ahead of the other, was healing or comforting anyone in need. Whether it was emotional pain, or physical discomfort, or any other cause of suffering, he needed to put our minds at ease and our hearts at rest.”

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Al Jarreau death a loss that cannot be compensated – best albums Youtube videos

 

Al Jarreau albums list

1975: We Got By (Reprise) US# 209
1976: Glow (Reprise) – US# 132, R&B No. 30, Jazz# 9
1978: All Fly Home (Warner Bros.) – US# 78, R&B# 27, Jazz# 2
1980: This Time (Warner Bros.) – US# 27, R&B# 6, Jazz# 1
1981: Breakin’ Away (Warner Bros.) – US# 9, R&B# 1, Jazz# 1, UK# 60
1983: Jarreau (Warner Bros.) – US# 13, R&B# 4, Jazz# 1, UK# 39
1984: High Crime (Warner Bros.) – US# 49, R&B# 12, Jazz# 2, UK# 81
1985: 1965 (Bainbridge Records, recorded in mid-1965 and originally entitled My Favourite Things – Circa 1965)
1986: L Is for Lover (Warner Bros.) – US# 81, R&B# 30, Jazz# 9, UK# 45
1988: Heart’s Horizon (Reprise) – US# 75, R&B# 10, Jazz# 1
1992: Heaven and Earth (Warner Bros.) – US# 105, R&B# 30, Jazz# 2
2000: Tomorrow Today (Verve) – US# 137, R&B# 43, Jazz# 1
2002: All I Got (Verve) – US# 137, R&B# 43, Jazz# 3
2004: Accentuate the Positive (Verve) – Jazz# 6
2006: Givin’ It Up (with George Benson) (Concord) – US# 58, R&B# 14, Jazz# 1
2008: Christmas (Rhino) – Jazz# 5
2014: My Old Friend: Celebrating George Duke (Concord)

 

Al Jarreau list of songs

1976: “Rainbow in Your Eyes” – R&B No. 92
1977: “Take Five” – R&B No. 91
1978: “Thinkin’ About It Too” – R&B No. 55
1980: “Distracted” – R&B No. 61
1980: “Gimme What You Got” – R&B No. 63
1980: “Never Givin’ Up” – R&B No. 26
1981: “We’re in This Love Together” – US No. 15, R&B No. 6, UK No. 55
1982: “Breakin’ Away” – US No. 43, R&B No. 25
1982: “Teach Me Tonight” – US No. 70, R&B No. 51
1982: “Your Precious Love”, duet with Randy Crawford – R&B No. 16
1982: “Roof Garden” – NL No. 2
1983: “Boogie Down” – US No. 77, R&B No. 9, UK No. 63, NL No. 14
1983: “Mornin'” – US No. 21, R&B No. 6, UK No. 28, NL No. 16
1983: “Trouble in Paradise” – US No. 63, R&B No. 66, UK No. 36
1984: “After All” – US No. 69, R&B No. 26
1985: “Raging Waters” – R&B No. 42
1986: “L Is for Lover” – R&B No. 42
1986: “Tell Me What I Gotta Do” – R&B No. 37
1986: “The Music of Goodbye” (from Out Of Africa), duet with Melissa Manchester – AC No. 16
1987: “Moonlighting (theme)” (from Moonlighting) – US No. 23, R&B No. 32, UK No. 8, AC#1
1988: “So Good” R&B No. 2
1989: “All of My Love” – R&B No. 69
1989: “All or Nothing at All” – R&B No. 59
1992: “Blue Angel” – R&B No. 74
1992: “It’s Not Hard to Love You” – R&B No. 36
2001: “In My Music” (with Phife Dawg)

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