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Seeking a new beginning, Jackson parted ways with Capitol/EMI in late 1993, and signed with RCA/BMG Records. His label debut, Here It Is, appeared the following year, with diminished commercial returns. Following a Christmas album, Jackson split with RCA and recorded Private Party for the smaller Street Life imprint of Scotti Brothers Records in 1995. Several years of silence ensued, until Orpheus issued Life After 30 in late 1999; the equally low-key release Live in Concert followed in 2000. After returning to the charts with It's Your Move in February 2004 (Martland Entertainment),
At the end of 2010, Jackson released a new album on the Entertainment One Music label, titled For You, and produced by Barry Eastmond. The album featured the single, "I Don't Wanna Go".
Motivational Speaker/Financial Guru/Author Paul D. Jones Gearing Up To Release
New Self-Help Primer - Schedule For Success
Born in Rockford, IL (near Chicago) and reared not far from there in Beloit, WI, Minneapolis resident Jones uses his previous sales experience to help others become high achievers and overcome what he calls “a victim’s mentality.
Nana Gewonyo one of the star's of Coach Carter
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