A Review of Take 6 Discography 1988-2012 (14 Releases)
Take 6 is a Grammy-winning vocal group that combines jazz, gospel, R&B and pop styles in their harmonious arrangements. The group consists of six members: Claude McKnight, Mark Kibble, Joel Kibble, Dave Thomas, Alvin Chea and Khristian Dentley. They have released 14 albums between 1988 and 2012, showcasing their versatility and creativity.
In this article, we will review their discography and highlight some of their best songs and achievements. We will also provide a link to listen to their discography on SoundCloud[^1^].
Take 6 (1988)
Their debut album was a breakthrough in the contemporary gospel scene, earning them two Grammy awards and a Dove award. The album features original songs and covers of classics such as \"A Quiet Place\" and \"Mary\". Some of the standout tracks are \"Spread Love\", \"If We Ever Needed the Lord Before\" and \"David and Goliath\".
So Much 2 Say (1990)
Their second album was another success, winning them another Grammy award and a Soul Train award. The album showcases their vocal range and skills, with songs ranging from upbeat funk to soulful ballads. Some of the highlights are \"I L-O-V-E U\", \"So Much 2 Say\" and \"Something Within Me\".
He Is Christmas (1991)
Their first Christmas album was a festive treat, featuring traditional carols and original songs. The album won them their fourth Grammy award and a Stellar award. Some of the memorable tracks are \"Silent Night\", \"Oh Little Town of Bethlehem\" and \"Hark! The Herald Angels Sing\".
Join the Band (1994)
Their fourth album was a collaboration with various artists such as Ray Charles, Queen Latifah, Stevie Wonder and Al Jarreau. The album features jazz standards and pop hits, with Take 6 adding their own flair and harmony. Some of the notable tracks are \"Don't Let Go\", \"Why I Feel This Way\" and \"Fly Away\".
Their fifth album was a return to their gospel roots, with songs that express their faith and devotion. The album won them their fifth Grammy award and a Dove award. Some of the powerful tracks are \"You Don't Have to Be Afraid\", \"Sing a Song\" and \"You Can Never Ask Too Much\".
So Cool (1998)
Their sixth album was a blend of jazz, R&B and hip-hop influences, with songs that reflect their personal experiences and social issues. The album features guest appearances by Brian McKnight, Aaron Neville and Sheila E. Some of the catchy tracks are \"So Cool\", \"Takin' It to the Streets\" and \"Chance of a Lifetime\".
We Wish You a Merry Christmas (1999)
Their second Christmas album was a cheerful collection of holiday tunes, with some original compositions and some arrangements of classics. The album features guest vocals by Donnie McClurkin, CeCe Winans and BeBe Winans. Some of the festive tracks are \"We Wish You a Merry Christmas\", \"The First Noel\" and \"Sweet Little Jesus Boy\".
Beautiful World (2002)
Their seventh studio album was a tribute to some of their musical influences, with covers of songs by The Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and others. The album features guest musicians such as George Benson, Jon Hendricks and Roy Hargrove. Some of the stunning tracks are \"What's Going On\", \"People Get Ready\" and \"My Cherie Amour\".
Feels Good (2006)
Their eighth studio album was a celebration of life, love and joy, with songs that uplift and inspire. The album features guest vocals by Aaron Neville, Brian McKnight and Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band. Some of the groovy tracks are \"Come On\", \"This Is Another Day\" and 248dff8e21