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Jam & Lewis: Volume One
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Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 9, 2021 (2021-07-09)
StudioFlyte Tyme Studios, Agoura Hills, CA | The Village Studios, Los Angeles, CA | Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA | The Butterfly Lounge, Atlanta, GA | The Moroccan Room East, New York, NY
Length48:28
Label
ProducerJimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
Singles from Jam & Lewis: Volume One
  1. "Til I Found You"
    Released: April 12, 2019
  2. "He Don't Know Nothin' Bout It"
    Released: November 13, 2020
  3. "Somewhat Loved"
    Released: June 10, 2021

Jam & Lewis: Volume One is the debut studio album by American R&B production duo Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. It was released through their label Flyte Tyme Records in conjunction with BMG on July 9, 2021.[1]

The album contains guest appearances, including Sounds of Blackness, Boyz II Men, Mariah Carey, Babyface, Heather Headley, Charlie Wilson, Mary J. Blige, Toni Braxton and Morris Day, Jerome and the Roots.

Background and release

In April 2019, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis announced that they were preparing their first album as recording artists, which include "iconic collaborations spanning their influential discography" and "awe inspiring performances". As they signed with BMG Rights Management, they announced its release year in 2021.[2]

Promotion

Jam and Lewis performed "He Don't Know Nothin' Bout It" with Babyface at The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on January 18, 2021.[3] A week later, they performed the song again at Tamron Hall on January 25.[4]

Singles

Their debut single, "Til I Found You", which features Sounds of Blackness alongside Ann Nesby, Lauren Evans and James "Big Jim" Wright, was released as the first single from the album on April 12, 2019.[5] The song reached number 21 on the US Gospel Airplay chart, and number 22 on the US Adult R&B Songs chart.

The second single, "He Don't Know Nothin' Bout It", featuring Babyface, was released on November 13, 2020.[6] The song reached number 16 on the US Hot R&B Songs chart, and number four on the US Adult R&B Songs chart.

The third single, "Somewhat Loved", featuring Mariah Carey, was released on June 10, 2021.[7] The song reached number 10 on the US Adult R&B Songs chart.

Track listing

Jam & Lewis: Volume One track listing
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Til I Found You" (with Sounds of Blackness)5:15
2."Spinnin" (featuring Mary J. Blige)
3:49
3."The Next Best Day" (featuring Boyz II Men)5:06
4."Somewhat Loved (There You Go Breakin' My Heart)" (featuring Mariah Carey)3:53
5."He Don't Know Nothin' Bout It" (with Babyface)5:29
6."Happily Unhappy" (featuring Toni Braxton)
6:09
7."Maybe I've Changed (Or Did You)" (featuring Heather Headley)
4:46
8."Do What I Do" (featuring Charlie Wilson)
4:17
9."Do It Yourself" (with Usher)
4:36
10."Babylove" (featuring Morris Day, Jerome and The Roots)5:08
Total length:48:28

Personnel

Credits adapted from the CD liner notes

  • Jimmy Jam - producer, engineer (3-5, 8, 10)
  • Terry Lewis - producer, engineer (1-6, 8-10)
  • Christian Plata - engineer (1), assistant engineer (5), mixing at Flyte Tyme Studios, Agoura Hills, CA (1)
  • Matt Marrin - engineer (2, 6-8), assistant engineer (5)
  • John Jackson - engineer (2, 4)
  • Brant Biles - mixing at Flyte Tyme Studios, Agoura Hills, CA (2-10)
  • Steve Genewick - strings engineer (3)
  • Jeff Fitzpatrick - 2nd strings engineer (3)
  • Brian Garten - vocal engineer (4)
  • Steve Hodge - engineer (5, 10)
  • Xavier Smith - assistant engineer (5, 10)
  • Sergiio - Talkbox (8)
  • Herb Powers Jr. - mastering at PM Mastering inc., New Jersey

Charts

Chart (2021)Peak
position
UK Digital Albums (OCC)[8]17
UK R&B Albums (OCC)[9]3
US Independent Albums (Billboard)[10]49
US Top Album Sales (Billboard)[11]17

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Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
Jimmy Jam (left) and Terry Lewis in January 2012
Background information
Birth name
  • James Samuel Harris III
  • Terry Steven Lewis
Also known as
  • Jam & Lewis
  • Jimmy & Terry
Born
  • June 6, 1959 (1959-06-06) (age 62) (Jimmy Jam)
  • November 24, 1956 (1956-11-24) (age 65) (Terry Lewis)
Origin
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Record producers
  • multi-instrumentalists
  • songwriters
Instruments
Years active1981–present
Labels
Associated acts

James Samuel "Jimmy Jam" Harris III (born June 6, 1959)[1] and Terry Steven Lewis (born November 24, 1956)[2] are an American R&B/pop songwriting and record production team.[3] They have enjoyed great success since the 1980s with various artists, most notably Janet Jackson.[4] They have written 31 top ten hits in the UK and 41 in the US.[5]

History

Jimmy Jam is the son of Cornbread Harris, a Minneapolis blues and jazz musician. Jimmy Jam met Lewis while in high school in Minneapolis.[4] They did not meet in class, however, but while attending a TRIO Upward Bound program on the University of Minnesota campus.[4][6]

Harris formed or joined an 11 piece band called Mind & Matter.[7]

Later came Flyte Tyme, which evolved into the Time.[6] In 1981, they were joined by Morris Day and toured with Prince as his opening act.[6] As members of the Time, they played instruments on all but one of the group's five albums (Ice Cream Castle[8]), including Condensate which the group recorded as the Original 7ven.[9][10][11][12]

In 1982, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis were introduced to the music executive Dina R. Andrews, who was then an employee of Dick Griffey's SOLAR Records, where they would be mentored by record producer Leon Sylvers III.[6] The pair asked Andrews to manage them, and through her relationships Andrews first introduced Jam and Lewis to Music Executive Clarence Avant.[6] They produced their first masters for Avant for the S.O.S. Band.[6] Andrews set-up Jam and Lewis's company Flyte Tyme Productions as a business entity, and continued shopping them to her other record executive colleagues. The producers went on to produce several other masters for Avant under Dina Andrews Management for the S.O.S. Band, Cherrelle, Alexander O'Neal and Change.[6] Additionally, Andrews shopped the duo to many of the executives and artists who used their services, such as Klymaxx, Cheryl Lynn ("Encore"), and executives such as John McClain (Janet Jackson).[13]

The pair were fired by Prince from a tour after a blizzard left them unable to rejoin during a short break to produce music for the S.O.S. Band.[13][14] However, one of the tracks they were producing, "Just Be Good to Me", became a hit and sealed the duo's reputation, as well as that of the S.O.S. Band.[14] The duo would rejoin the Time for two albums: 1990's Pandemonium and the 2011 album Condensate under the name the Original 7ven.

The duo was noted for early use of the Roland TR-808 drum machine, which was used in most of its productions. After working with other artists such as Cherrelle and Alexander O'Neal, Jam and Lewis were introduced to Janet Jackson and produced her breakthrough album Control in 1986,[4][14] for which the duo won a Grammy Award. Their collaboration on her next album, 1989's Rhythm Nation 1814, proved even more successful as the album became one of the top-selling albums in history with four Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hits. Their collaboration continued and remained highly successful, especially on the Billboard 200 No.1 albums janet., The Velvet Rope, All For You and Unbreakable.

In 1991, they founded a record label, Perspective Records[13][15] - an A&M Records distributed label that has since been closed and then reactivated. Later that year, their newly minted label experienced success with a Minneapolis-based gospel/R&B collective of artists known as Sounds of Blackness. Their debut single, "Optimistic", served as a groundbreaking anthem stressing positivity and encouragement. The song served as a summer and fall anthem and began propelling Jam and Lewis' new boutique label towards the top. Other successes followed with Blackness as well as music from labelmates Mint Condition, Lo-Key? and Solo. A highlight for Perspective was the opportunity to release the soundtrack for the 1992 motion picture Mo Money, which starred Damon Wayans, Stacey Dash and Marlon Wayans. Executive produced by Jam and Lewis, the soundtrack featured cuts from Mint Condition, Ralph Tresvant and Caron Wheeler, as well as a duet by Janet Jackson and Luther Vandross.

In an illustrious career that has spanned more than three decades, Jam and Lewis have worked with artists such as Lionel Richie, Herb Alpert, TLC, Sounds of Blackness, Yolanda Adams, Jordan Knight, Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin, Boyz II Men, Usher, Johnny Gill, Patti LaBelle, Mary J. Blige, Chaka Khan, Mariah Carey, Prince, Mýa, Bryan Adams, Spice Girls, Vanessa Williams, George Michael, Melanie B, Rod Stewart, Kelly Price, Gwen Stefani, New Edition, Eric Benet, Pia Zadora, SOLO, and the Human League.[4] In 1999, they produced the hit "Open My Heart" by Yolanda Adams which helped her popularity.

Terry Lewis married R&B singer Karyn White, with whom he had a daughter, Ashley Nicole Lewis, in 1992. The pair has since divorced. He later married Indira Singh and had two children. Jimmy Jam served as chairman of the board of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. He is currently listed as chairman Emeritus. Jimmy is married to Mexican-American businesswoman Lisa Padilla Harris.

In 2005 Jam and Lewis opened their new recording studios in Santa Monica, California naming it Flyte Tyme West, later moving there full-time due to more opportunities for work and collaboration.[16] In 2006, they won a Grammy for Yolanda Adams' song "Be Blessed", from her 2005 album Day By Day. In 2007, Jam and Lewis produced the two-time Grammy Award-winning CD Funk This for Chaka Khan, which included the Award-winning R&B duet "Disrespectful", with Mary J. Blige.

The production duo reunited with the Time at the 50th Grammy Awards on February 10, 2008, in a medley that included the artist Rihanna, and featuring "Jungle Love". In June and July 2008, all of the original members of the Time (Morris Day, Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis, Jesse Johnson, Jerome Benton, Jellybean Johnson, and Monte Moir) reunited once again for a series of shows at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

Jam and Lewis worked on Ruben Studdard's album, Love Is as well as Johnny Gill's 2011 album Still Winning. Their most recent hits as producers were "Pure Gold" from Earth, Wind & Fire's 2005 album Illumination and "Higher Than This" from Ledisi's 2009 album Turn Me Loose.

Discography

Studio albums

TitleStudio album detailsPeak chart positions
US Sales
[17]
UK Dig.
[18]
Jam & Lewis: Volume One[19]
  • Released: July 9, 2021
  • Label: Flyte Tyme, BMG
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1717

Singles

TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum
US
R&B

[20]
US
Adult
R&B

[21]
US Gospel Airplay
[22]
"Til I Found You"
(featuring Sounds of Blackness)[23]
20192221Jam & Lewis: Volume One
"He Don’t Know Nothin’ Bout It"
(featuring Babyface)[24]
2020164
"Somewhat Loved"
(featuring Mariah Carey)[25]
202112
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Charts

They have produced 16 Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hits, and 26 Billboard R&B No. 1 hits.[4]

They are among a handful of producers to have No. 1 records in three consecutive decades, with number ones in the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s.[26][27]

They have had 41 songs reach the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100,[28] and 31 in the top 10 in the UK.[5]

Billboard Hot 100 No. 1s

Awards

Since forming their music company Flyte Tyme in 1982, Jam & Lewis have earned more than 100 gold, platinum, multi-platinum and diamond albums for their work with such artists as Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, Boyz II Men, Usher, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, Luther Vandross, Yolanda Adams, Herb Alpert, New Edition, Human League, George Michael, Earth, Wind and Fire, TLC, Robert Palmer, Gwen Stefani and Kanye West.[4] They have more than 100 ASCAP songwriting and publishing awards,[4] including several Songwriter of the Year awards.[29]

In 1993, Jam & Lewis were nominated with Janet Jackson for an Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Again", from the movie Poetic Justice.

In 2020 Jam & Lewis were nominated with Sheila E. for an Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Direction for the TV special Let's Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince.

Grammy Awards

Jam & Lewis have won five Grammy Awards. They have received the most nominations for Producer of the Year, with 11 nominations.[30] They won the award in 1987 at the 29th Grammy Awards, in the first year they were nominated.

YearNominee / workAwardResult
1987ControlAlbum of the YearNominated
"What Have You Done For Me Lately"Best R&B SongNominated
Jimmy Jam & Terry LewisProducer of the Year, Non-ClassicalWon
1990Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying VocalsNominated
"Miss You Much"Best R&B SongNominated
Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis and Janet JacksonProducer of the Year, Non-ClassicalNominated
1991"Alright"Best R&B SongNominated
1994"That's the Way Love Goes"Best R&B SongWon
Jimmy Jam & Terry LewisProducer of the Year, Non-ClassicalNominated
1995Jimmy Jam & Terry LewisProducer of the Year, Non-ClassicalNominated
1996HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book IAlbum of the YearNominated
Jimmy Jam & Terry LewisProducer of the Year, Non-ClassicalNominated
2001Jimmy Jam & Terry LewisProducer of the Year, Non-ClassicalNominated
2002All For YouBest Pop Vocal AlbumNominated
"All For You"Best Dance RecordingWon
Jimmy Jam & Terry LewisProducer of the Year, Non-ClassicalNominated
2003Jimmy Jam & Terry LewisProducer of the Year, Non-ClassicalNominated
2004Jimmy Jam & Terry LewisProducer of the Year, Non-ClassicalNominated
2005ConfessionsAlbum of the YearNominated
Damita JoBest Contemporary R&B AlbumNominated
Jimmy Jam & Terry LewisProducer of the Year, Non-ClassicalNominated
2006Love. Angel. Music. Baby.Album of the YearNominated
"Be Blessed"Best Gospel SongWon
Jimmy Jam & Terry LewisProducer of the Year, Non-ClassicalNominated
200720 Y.O.Best Contemporary R&B AlbumNominated
2008Funk ThisBest R&B AlbumWon
2016Forever CharlieBest R&B AlbumNominated

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