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Wild Orchid Album by Wild Orchid Released October 29, 1996 Recorded Music Grinder Studios, Hollywood, CA Genre Pop Length 49 min 39 sec Label RCA Producers Sylvia Bennett-Smith, Ron Fair, Stacy Ferguson, David Frank, Stefanie Ridel, Evan Rogers, Bobby Sandstrom, Renee Sandstrom, Carl Sturken, Junior Vasquez, Matthew Wilder Professional reviews AMG 3/5 NR Wild Orchid Chronology Wild Orchid ( 1996) Oxygen ( 1998)
is the self-titled debut Wild Orchid album by American pop group Wild Orchid, released in 1996 (see 1996 in music).
"At Night I Pray" (Duran, Bobby Sandstrom, Wild Orchid) - 4:16 "Supernatural" (Evan Rogers, Carl Sturken, Wild Orchid) - 4:38 "I Won't Play the Fool" (Sylvia Bennett-Smith) - 4:26 "Talk to Me" (Antonina Armato, Junior Vasquez) - 4:48 "The River" (Bennett-Smith) - 4:28 "You Don't Own Me" (Ron Fair, Wild Orchid, Matthew Wilder) - 4:23 "My Tambourine" (Sandstrom, Wild Orchid) - 4:30 "Follow Me" (Bennett-Smith, Wild Orchid) - 4:15 "He's Alright" (Fabian Cook, Fair, Sandstrom, Wild Orchid) - 5:15 "Love Will Wait" (Clif Magness, Wild Orchid) - 4:05 "Life" (Fair, Stefanie Ridel) - 4:35
Additional personnel Luis Conte - percussion Fabian Cook - human beatbox Ron Fair - guitar, harmonica, bass vocals, celeste, keyboard, sound effects Eric Fischer - guitar Steve Forman - percussion David Frank - organ, piano, clavinet, Fender Rhodes John Goux - guitar Gary Grant - trumpet Jerry Hey - trumpet Dan Higgins - horn Bashiri Johnson - percussion Teddy Kampel - rhythm guitar Abraham Laboriel - bass Lynette Lewis - toaster Pete Lorimer - drums, keyboard, loops Al McKay - guitar Robbie Nevil - guitar Bill Reichenbach Jr. - trombone John "J.R." Robinson - drums Bobby Sandstrom - organ Carl Sturken - guitar Carlos Vega - drums Freddie Washington - bass Matthew Wilder - drums, keyboard, loops Larry Williams - saxophone
Production Producers: Sylvia Bennett-Smith, Ron Fair, Stacy Ferguson, David Frank, Stefanie Ridel, Evan Rogers, Bobby Sandstrom, Renee Sandstrom, Carl Sturken, Junior Vasquez, Matthew Wilder Executive producer: Ron Fair Assistant producer: David Frank Engineers: Ron Fair, Eric Fischer, Dennis Mitchell, Michael C. Ross Mixing: Bob Brockman, Peter Doell, Robbes Stieglitz Programming: Marc Hugenberger, Pete Lorimer, Matthew Wilder Drum programming: Bobby Sandstrom, Carl Sturken Keyboard programming: Sylvia Bennett-Smith, David Frank, Joe Moskowitz, Bobby Sandstrom, Carl Sturken Arrangers: Sylvia Bennett-Smith, Ron Fair, David Frank, Pete Lorimer, Joe Moskowitz, Evan Rogers, Bobby Sandstrom, Carl Sturken, Matthew Wilder Horn arrangements: Jerry Hey Rhythm arrangements: Joe Moskowitz Vocal arrangement: Sylvia Bennett-Smith, Ron Fair, Evan Rogers, Bobby Sandstrom, Carl Sturken, Matthew Wilder Photography: Randee Saint Nicholas
Album - Billboard (North America)
Year Chart Position 1997 Heatseekers 4 1997 The Billboard 200 153 1997 Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 84
Singles - Billboard (North America)
Year Single Chart Position 1996 "At Night I Pray" Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks 67 1996 "At Night I Pray" The Billboard Hot 100 63 1996 "At Night I Pray" Top 40 Mainstream 29 1997 "Supernatural" The Billboard Hot 100 70 1997 "Talk to Me" Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks 85 1997 "Talk to Me" The Billboard Hot 100 48 1997 "Talk to Me" Top 40 Mainstream 31 1997 "Talk to Me" Billboard Maxi Single Sales 10
1997 Billboard Video Music Award Nomination : Best Dance/Club Clip Of The Year: Talk To Me
1997 Billboard Video Music Award Nomination : Best Dance/Club Clip (New Artist) : Talk To Me
1997 Lady Of Soul Award Nomination : Best R&B/Soul or Rap Album by Group Band Or Duo : Wild Orchid
1997 Lady Of Soul Award Nomination : Best R&B/Soul or Rap Music Video : Talk To Me
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Wild Orchid (band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (458 words)
Wild Orchid (1991-2004) was an American band, featuring Stacy Ann Ferguson (later of the Black Eyed Peas), Stefanie Ridel and Renee Ilene Sandstrom (2 of them transplanted from Kids Incorporated).
Wild Orchid began while the girls were in their mid-teens; songwriter Bobby Sandstrom helped them write and record demos.
Wild Orchid spent most of 1996-1997 promoting their debut album, making appearances on the Ricki Lake show, Access Hollywood, MTV, RuPaul show, Hard Copy, VIBE and Soul Train, as well as a guest appearance on the UPN sitcom Goode Behavior.
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