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Regina Belle

All By Myself (Expanded Edition)

CD £12.99

Release Date:

August 2012

Nº of Discs:


Catalogue Nº



Funkytowngrooves USA


1. Show Me The Way
2. Take Your Love Away
3. Please Be Mine
4. After The Love Has Lost Its Shine
5. Intimate Relations
6. You Got The Love
7. How Could You Do It To Me
8. Gotta Give It Up
9. So Many Tears
10. 10-Without You {Love Theme From 'Leonard Pt. 6} - (Single Mix)
11. Show Me The Way {Extended Mix}
12. You Got The Love {Remix}
13. How Could You Do It To Me {Remix}
14. So Many Tears {Cool Mix}
15. Show Me The Way {Instrumental}

Item Description


First Ever Expanded CD Re-Issue of Regina Belle's Debut 1987 album "All By Myself"

This CD Re-Issue has been Expanded with 7 Bonus Tracks and superbly Re-Mastered from the Original Master Tapes

Regina Belle was born in Englewood, New Jersey. It was at Englewood's Mount Calvary Baptist Church, and then Paterson's Friendship Baptist Church (presided over by Belle's uncle, the Reverend Fred Belle), that Regina Belle began attracting attention with her vocal abilities. She sang her first solo in church at age 8; and by age 17, she was the church's star singer. Belle attended Dwight Morrow High School where she studied trombone, tuba and steel drums.

After graduation, she studied opera at the Manhattan School of Music. At Rutgers University, she became the first female vocalist with the school's jazz ensemble. Belle's musical influences include Phyllis Hyman, Billie Holiday, Donny Hathaway, and Nancy Wilson.

She was introduced to the Manhattans by New York radio DJ Vaughn Harper and began working as their opening act. She recorded the duet "Where Did We Go Wrong" with the group which helped to attract the attention of Columbia Records. They eventually signed her to a record deal.

In 1987, she released her debut album All By Myself. It includes her first hits "So Many Tears" and "Show Me the Way." Her follow-up album, Stay with Me, released in 1989.

Belle recorded a duet in 1991 with Johnny Mathis, "Better Together" which appeared on his album Better Together: The Duet Album. Continuing her tradition of duets, Belle teamed up with Peabo Bryson for the songs "I Can't Imagine", "Without You" and "A Whole New World", which was the featured pop single from the soundtrack to the 1992 Disney movie Aladdin.

The song hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and won the Grammy Award in 1993 for "Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal as well as a "Best Song" Oscar in the same year.

Later in 1993, Belle released her Platinum selling third album, Passion. The album featured the Disney hit "A Whole New World", "Dream In Color" and "If I Could", which reached # 9 on the R&B charts.

Regina released Reachin' Back in 1995 followed by Believe in Me in 1998.

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