Eugene Wilde ‎– I Can’t Stop (This Feeling) (1989)

Eugene Wilde’s third album “I Choose You (Tonight)” was released on MCA Records in 1989 and yielded three singles, I Can’t Stop (This Feeling), Ain’t Nobody’s Business and the title track “I Choose You (Tonight)”.

The album featured extensive contributions from major players in the R&B scene such as Jeff Lorber, Louil Silas Jr, Gerald Levert and Donald Robinson but failed to make much of an impact chartwise despite having a strong new jack swing sound on some tracks.

First single “I Can’t Stop (This Feeling)” was edited by Greg Royal, produced By Eugene Wilde/Jeff Lorber/Louil Silas Jr and remixed by Louil Silas Jr.

I Can’t Stop (This Feeling) (Extended Version)                   8:46

I Can’t Stop (This Feeling) (Instrumental)                           6:08

I Can’t Stop (This Feeling) (Scat Dub)                               5:17


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Eugene Wilde ‎– Ain’t Nobody’s Business (1989)

Eugene Wilde (born Ronald Eugene Broomfield, December 6, 1961) is an American R&B singer and songwriter, who had two #1 hits on the US R&B charts in the 1980s.

Broomfield was born in West Palm Beach, Florida and raised in Miami. He grew up as part of a family group, La Voyage, playing in local clubs. In the 1970s, the group became Tight Connection, and was later known as Simplicious. Broomfield also recorded an album with Curtom Records in 1979 as a member of Today, Tomorrow, Forever.

On learning Broomfield’s middle name was Eugene, his manager insisted that he go by that name professionally; the last name was inspired by Broomfield seeing an advertisement for a New York club named Wildflower’s.

In 1984, Eugene Wilde joined Philly World Records, and wrote and recorded his first hit, “Gotta Get You Home Tonight.” It rose to #1 on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, and also made #18 on the UK Singles Chart. After a couple of less successful follow-ups, he hit #1 again a year later with “Don’t Say No Tonight.” He also had some lesser hits, including “Diana” (1986). His track “Personality” peaked at #34 in the UK. Subsequent releases on the MCA label, solo and with the group Cabo Frio, were less successful.

From Eugene Wilde’s third album “I Choose You (Tonight)”in 1989, comes the single “Ain’t Nobody’s Business” and this US Promo 12″ produced by Gerald Levert & Marc Gordon.

Ain’t Nobody’s Business (Extended Version)                6:20

Ain’t Nobody’s Business (Radio Edit)                           5:20

Ain’t Nobody’s Business (Instrumental)                        5:12

Ain’t Nobody’s Business (Dub Mix)                              5:12

Ain’t Nobody’s Business (Bassapella)                          5:12


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