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As a self-taught musician who plays piano, guitar, bass, drums and synthesizer, Ingram began his career in the 70's as part of the band Revelation Funk . Later, in 1980, he provided the vocals to "Just Once" and "One Hundred Ways" on Quincy Jones's album "The Dude". Ingram's debut album, "Itís Your Night", appeared in 1983, including the ballad "Thereís No Easy Way". He also worked with other great musical artists such as Ray Charles, Michael McDonald, Patti Austin , Natalie Cole, and Kenny Rogers.
His biggest hit was "Somewhere Out There," a duet with Linda Ronstadt.
- It's Your Night (1983)
- Never Felt So Good (1986)
- It's Real (1989)
- The Power of Great Music (greatest hits disc; 1991)
- Always You (1993)
- Forever More: The Best of James Ingram (1999)
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