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Extra Effort Forum CD Listening Session with Songtress Wendy Moten

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As an extra treat for the Extra Effort Forum Listeners, the beauty songtress Wendy Moten will come and share songs from her new christmas cd "Tis The Season". Wendy Moten has recorded three solo albums and several singles. Blessed with a fluid, stylish voice, the Memphis-born chanteuse started her career with the Billboard hit ballad, Come In Out Of The Rain. Wendy’s self-titled debut EMI release also included up tempo tracks, Step By Step and Nobody But You. Shortly after, Wendy was selected as opening act for Michael Bolton’s North American tour and Freddie Jackson’s European tour. A year later, Wendy was the toast of Japan when she performed at a sold-out showcase held at the famed Budokan, hosted by Grammy-award winning producer David Foster.In 1995, Wendy released her second EMI album TIME FOR CHANGE, produced by David Foster and Michael Powell. Popular cuts included Forever Yours and Your Love Is All I Know. After receiving rave U.S. reviews, Wendy’s music became one of Japan’s best selling albums in 1995. Wendy recorded the GRAMMY nominated single, Whatever You Imagine, for the animated film, The Pagemaster, starring Macauley Caulkin. Wendy’s third solo album, LIFE’S WHAT YOU MAKE IT, reflected her diverse musical taste and provided an opportunity to express concerns of racial and social intolerance. Subways Are For Sleeping and her cover of the Rascals classic, People Got To Be Free are excellent examples of talent with a conscience. Alongside her solo albums, Wendy has recorded duets with Michael McDonald, No Love To Be Found; and with Peabo Bryson, My Gift Is You. She was also a featured artist on Larry Carlton’s CD, I Still Believe. Wendy’s most recognizable accomplishment, is her recording of the Stevie Wonder hit, All I Do which appears on GRAMMY-award winning saxophonist, Kirk Whalum’s CD, For You, produced by Paul Brown.