CECE ROGERS 1989 FOREVER 1989 NEVER GIVE UP 1991 NEVER GIVE UP 1991
01: Forever - 5:00 A1: 12" Extended Mix - 7:08 A1: Time Mix - 4:20 01: Thick Girlz - 4:38
02: Love Will Make You Do That 3:37 B1: Flute Dub - 5:12 A2: Instrumental - 4:20 02: Never Give Up - 4:25
03: Lonely Girl - 5:56 B2: SOMEDAY 1989 A3: Lp Version - 4:25 03: Tonight - 4:34
04: I Wanna Be - 5:28 .......Extended Mix - 7:17 B1: Marching Underground - 4:20 04: There's Got To Be - 5:02
05: Someday - 3:49   B2: Percapella - 4:20 05: Don't Run Away Girl - 5:32
06: I Need You - 4:25     06: So Glad You're Mine - 5:14
07: I Found Someone - 5:59     07: I Wanna Get Next To You - 4:59
08: Why Me - 4:17     08: So Hard To Say Goodbye- 6:11
09: I Think I Love You - 3:57     09: Passion Says - 4:57
      10: Say You Love Me - 4:52
      11: People Make The World Go..- 6:22

The gentle giant from Cleveland, Ohio, USA, Born as Kenny Rogers (son of a music teacher, alongside three brothers and sisters, and was raised on a diet of gospel and soul...),wisely changed his name from Kenny to avoid confusion with the country/pop singer.James Brown nicknamed him CeCe ('little C.C.' Shortened to CeCe) as a teenage boy,after watching the young Rogers imitate Chubby Checker.Rogers later studied music in Boston, where he was a classmate of Wynton Marsalis.Wynton Marsalis urged him to concentrate on his vocals.Rogers moved to New Jersey and formed "Ce Ce & Company", where he worked with vocalist Sybil.After producer Marshall Jefferson saw his show, he recruited Ce Ce Rogers to sing the vocals on a song he'd written titled "Someday." The song did well enough for Ce Ce Rogers to land his own deal. His 1989 album was well received by dance audiences, and he followed it in 1991 with "Never give up".Now CeCe Rogers is a legend in house music movement. CeCe Rogers is respected throughout the world as one of the pioneers of house music. He has produced written and performed with Marshall Jefferson, David Morales, Frankie knuckles, George Morel, Sounds of Blackness, Luther Vandros, Janet Jackson, Kym Mazzelle, Jocelyn Brown, Byron Stingly, Aretha Franklin, Mas Collective, D'Angelo, Kenny Bobien and SuSu Bobien to name a few. http://www.cecerogers.com