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With a voice as precious as his name Quinn Golden was born on October 25, 1954 and grew up in the right place for soul- Memphis, Tennessee. Blessed with a smoky, earthy and sexy (to the ladies) voice he began performing in his teens when he joined the vocal group Elements Of Soul, then Canteca, which had the privilege of opening up for various Stax Records acts like the Bar Kays and Rufus Thomas. Golden also played bass and sang backing for Al Green for seven years and recorded an LP with a group called White Heat (now Switch). It wasn't until 1990 he got the chance to go solo and record and album under his own name. The album, "I Am Serious About Your Love" was released on Jim Bennett's Traction Records. But his career really took off when he signed with Ecko Records in 1997 and released his first disc "Cover You With A Kiss", which included a new version of his signature song "If You Don't Love Me". He went on to record several more albums and was growing in popularity when he died suddenly and unexpectedly from a heart attack on July 28, 2003. He was only 48 years old.

Album Discography

"I Am Serious About Your Love" (Traction 1990)

1. We Gonna Make It
2. Sweet Denise
3. For the Rest of My Life
4. I Am Serious About Your Love
5. I Can't Stop Seeing You
6. More Than You Can Imagine
7. Everything's Gonna Be Alright
8. Dancing
9. I Can't Live With You (Can't Live Without You)
10. If You Don't Love Me

"Cover You With A Kiss" (Ecko 1998)

1. Habit Breaker
2. Cover You With a Kiss
3. I Just Wanna Do It
4. If You Don't Love Me
5. My Lady Is My Baby
6. Tryin' to Win Your Love
7. Too Late to Turn Back Now
8. Show Me
9. Love of a Good Woman, The
10. Money Can't Last

"What's The Name Of That Thang?" (Ecko 1999)

1. Peepin' in the Window
2. Way You Layed It on Me, The
3. Threesome
4. Won't You Make up Your Mind
5. What's the Name of That Thang
6. Woman
7. Damned If I Do, Damned If I Don't
8. Woman's Gotta Have It
9. Call Me
10. Pick Up the Pieces

"A Little Sumpin Sumpin" (Ecko 2001)

1. I Was Cheatin' on You
2. Dance Party
3. Little Sumpin' Sumpin', A
4. You're Every Woman
5. I'm Gonna Be a Man About It
6. Big Rumps With a Lot of Bump
7. Two Good Women
8. Baby Whip
9. Let Me Kiss It
10. Sexy Lady

"On Q" (Ecko 2002)

1. Do You Wanna Freak?
2. Party Woman
3. Ketchup on My Pants
4. My Loss Is His Gain
5. Junk in Yo Trunk
6. Wake up Call
7. Dance Pary 2002
8. I Can't Give It Up
9. You're My Angel
10. You Don't Miss Your Water

"Bottoms Up!" (Ecko 2003)

1. It Started at the Party
2. Can You Pop That Trunk?
3. It's Saturday
4. Party For Two
5. Hell at the House
6. I'm Just a Lucky Guy
7. Bottoms up!
8. Chill Out
9. Crazy
10. Party on the Weekend

"When The Dance Is Over" (Ecko 2004)

1. I've Got a Schudule to Keep
2. Hole in the Wall
3. Let Me Fill You Up
4. If You Don't Love Me
5. I Was Cheatin' on You
6. Peepin' in the Window
7. I'm Just a Lucky Guy
8. I'm Gonna Be a Man About It
9. Baby Whip
10. When This Dance Is Over
11. [Untitled Hidden Track]
12. [Untitled Hidden Track]

"The Best Of" (Ecko 2006)

1. I'm Gonna Be a Man About It
2. It's Saturday
3. Bottom's Up!
4. I Was Cheatin' on You
5. What's the Name of That Thang?
6. Party on the Weekend
7. You're Every Woman
8. Little Sumpin' Sumpin', A
9. Dance Party
10. Wake Up Call
11. It Started at the Party
12. Call Me
13. Can You Pop That Trunk?
14. Party for Two

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