Errol Brown MBE (12 November 1943 – 6 May 2015) was a British-Jamaican singer and songwriter, best known as the frontman of the soul and funk band Hot Chocolate. In 2004, Brown received the Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music. Brown was born in Kingston, Jamaica, but moved to the UK when he was twelve years old. His break in music came in 1969 when he recorded a version of John Lennon's "Give Peace a Chance" with a band called "Hot Chocolate Band"
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There are two versions of this album with slightly differing artwork. This version has "incl. emmalene (that's no lie)" on the front cover. This version also titles the track "Emmalene (That's No Lie)" inside the booklet and CD label art. The other version of Secret Rendezvous has "incl. the hit single this time it's forever" on the front cover and titles the track "Emmlene (That's No Lie)" as simply "That's No Lie" both inside the booklet and on the CD label . Secret Rendezvous (Cass, Album, Unofficial).
Solo Singles and Albums by Errol Brown. When Hot Chocolate disbanded in 1986, Errol Brown began a solo career. Two of his singles made the UK Singles Chart - "Personal Touch" and "Body Rockin'". In 2004 Errol received an Ivor Novello Award for outstanding contributions to British music. Solo Singles by Errol Brown
LOVING by LOVING, released 11 June 2016 1. Sweet fruit 2. Forgot again 3. The not real lake 4. A long slow little wave, citizen, an activity 5. She refused to say 6. Bowlly goes dancing drunk into the future 7. Where everybody goes. Christy the best sounds of the summer. always finding myself returning to this album. Tasty drums, meandering human thought-full lyrics. Nostalgic and yet profoundly innovative. A subtle taste of sunshine-pop. wishing for better days while living his best thinking of nothing else but what comes next but what comes next. well someday it'll be ok well someday it'll just end we won't know any better then we won't know any better then. everybody knows where everybody goes.