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We recorded the album at Kenny and Brett’s studio in Van Nuys; it has so much history and so much ambience, and Kenny and the studio played a big role in how the album turned out.” Elliott Yamin was born in Los Angeles and soon after, his family moved to Pasadena, CA where he first discovered his vocal talent while singing with his neighbors.
Yamin later moved to Richmond, VA as a youth, and soon found employment singing cover material in a local jazz group and working as a DJ on a local R&B radio station.
I wanted to make something raw and soulful and organic, so I went wherever the music moved me.” Yamin has already earned a prestigious reputation as both a world-class recording artist and a deeply compelling live performer, having built an impressive body of work as well as an intensely loyal international fan base.
On , the multi-talented artist raises the musical and personal stakes, tapping into the emotional honesty and sonic intimacy of classic soul to create the most inspired and distinctive music he’s ever made.
“I wanted to have the same producers for this whole album, which I’d never had before, and I wanted to be totally involved in the production, the mixing, the vocal arrangements, from start to finish,” Yamin asserts.
“I really got to get my hands dirty this time, and I learned so much making this album.
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The self-titled disc achieved gold status in the U. and Japan (where he continues to maintain a large audience), and yielded the hit “Wait for You.” In the wake of the first album’s release, Yamin received considerable media exposure on countless television shows, while gaining extensive performing experience by touring around the world with his live band.
I think it personifies who I am as a singer and songwriter.
Artists are supposed to grow and test boundaries and challenge themselves, and I feel like I got to do that with this record.” The only two songs on the album not co-written by Yamin are the infectious “I’ll Be That Bridge” and the aforementioned title number.
In late 2007, he released the Christmas-themed , followed in 2009, spawning the successful singles “Fight for Love” and “Can’t Keep on Loving You (From a Distance).” Yamin’s international touring activities have included several trips to far-flung locales on behalf of a variety of charities, relief groups and peace organizations.
He’s also worked tirelessly as an activist and spokesman for a number of organizations promoting awareness, advocacy and aid for those living with diabetes.