Tom Brock - I Love You More And More
I Love You More and More was Tom Brock's only solo album release, but what a beautiful classic it is. For some, it is up there in the pantheon alongside all-time treasured soul favourites such as Marvin Gaye's What's Going On.
Produced by the legend Barry White and released on 20th Century Records in 1974, it features the lush hallmark orchestration you’d expect from a White production, as well as featuring the stunning arrangements of the great pianist, arranger, composer, and producer Gene Page.
I Love You More and More received another lease of life and a new audience when it was sampled by Jay-Z, Mos Def, C.L. Smooth, and others.
Tom Brock passed away in 2002, but left behind his sensational soulful voice on a handful of amazing 7" singles, several assorted productions recorded by other artists, and this masterpiece of an album, which will be cherished for years to come.
Have A Nice Weekend Baby
The Love We Share Is The Greatest Of Them All
There’s Nothing In This World That Can Stop Me From Loving You
I Love You More And More
Naked As The Day I Was Born
That’s The Reason Why (I’ll Love You Until The Day I Die)
Shame Me, Wake Me
If We Don’t Make It Nobody Can
- Features original sleeve art and layout
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