Pizzazz is the fifth album by American singer Patrice Rushen. While she was attacked for leaving the jazz genre, Rushen was able to get a good fan base with R&B/Pop audience. Rushen's profile in the R&B world continued to increase with Pizzazz, her second album for Elektra Records and fifth overall. Pizzazz was her second highest charting album, reaching in 1979. It features the hit single, "Haven't You Heard. The single soared to the top of R&B radio playlists and is among Rushen's biggest hits.
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When Patrice Rushen was being lambasted by jazz snobs for making the switch from jazz instrumentalist to R&B/pop singer, she was also winning over quite a few people. R&B fans didn't care if she was no longer playing long, improvised piano solos with Joe Henderson or Hubert Laws; they loved her singing, and couldn't have cared less what jazz snobs thought of her new direction. Rushen's profile in the R&B world continued to increase with Pizzazz, her second album for Elektra and fifth overall.
Let the Music Take Me, 06:51. Keeping the Faith in Love, 04:08. Settle For My Love, 05:15. Message in the Music, 03:01. Haven't You Heard, 06:45. Givin' It Up Is Givin' Up, 04:59.
Features Song Lyrics for Patrice Rushen's Pizzazz album. Patrice Rushen - Pizzazz Album Lyrics. 1. Haven't You Heard Lyrics. 2. Settle for My Love Lyrics. Patrice Rushen Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?
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