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  1. Quiet storm - Wikipedia

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    Quiet storm is a radio format and genre of contemporary R&B, performed in a smooth, romantic, jazz-influenced style. It was named after the title song on Smokey Robinson's 1975 album A Quiet Storm.

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      Melvin Lindsey, a student at Howard University, with his...

    • Success

      Because of the popularity of his show, Lindsey saw his...

    • Characteristics

      Quiet storm was most popular as a programming niche with...

  2. A Quiet Storm - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the Smokey Robinson album. For other uses, see Quiet storm (disambiguation). A Quiet Storm is the 1975 third solo album by American soul singer, songwriter, and producer Smokey Robinson.

  3. Quiet Storm (song) - Wikipedia

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    "Quiet Storm" is the first single from Mobb Deep's fourth album Murda Muzik. It was originally released on the soundtrack for the film In Too Deep . The song features a sample of the bass line from the classic hip-hop song " White Lines (Don't Do It) " by Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five and another sample from Smokey Robinson 's " A Quiet ...

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    • March 14, 1999, October 5, 1999 (remix)
  4. List of quiet storm songs - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is a list of songs associated with the quiet storm radio format, widely heard in the United States starting in 1976 as a form of early evening/late night easy listening music aimed at a sophisticated African American audience.

  5. Quiet Storm (Peabo Bryson album) - Wikipedia

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    Apr 30, 2021 · Quiet Storm is the twelfth studio album by American singer Peabo Bryson.It was released by Elektra Records in October 1986 in the United States. The album peaked at number 45 on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

  6. Quiet Storm Records - Wikipedia

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    Quiet Storm Records is a Hawaii-based record label specializing in Hawaiian music. Quiet Storm Records Founded1992 Founder John and Debra Iervolino Country of originUnited States LocationHawaii Official websitewww.quietstorm.com

    The label was formed by John and Debra Iervolino in 1992. John Iervolino serves as president. The company has won a Na Hoku Hanohano Award. In 2001, Quiet Storm was not only the top independent Hawaiian label, but outpaced the major labels in the Hawaiian genre. In 2003, Quiet Storm's sales surpassed the $1 million level, although its position within the Hawaiian music market had declined to 4th. The company has seen strong sales in Japan. Aside from music recording and production, the company h

    The label has become known for its compilation CDs, which intermingle artists which are only locally known with recordings, leased from major labels, of well-known artists. They have also found success with their own signed artists, including EA.

  7. Quiet storm — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    Quiet storm is a radio for­mat and genre of con­tem­po­rary R&B, per­formed in a smooth, ro­man­tic, jazz -in­flu­enced style. It was named after the title song on Smokey Robin­son 's 1975 album A Quiet Storm.

  8. Quiet Storm | Pro Wrestling | Fandom

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    Quiet Storm (November 20, 1983) is an American professional wrestler.

  9. Quiet Storm | Puroresu System Wiki | Fandom

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    Early Career (2000–2005)

    Storm started his carrer on the american independent circuit making his debut in 1998. He won various throghout the american independent circuit before going to japan in 2006.

    Kaientai Dojo (2006–2009,2011)

    Storm made his debut on Kaientai Dojo with Nosawa Rongai losing to Makoto Oishi and Shiori Asahi. Storm was then given the gimmick of the masked wrestler Boso Boy Left, the brother of Boso Boy Raito. On August 17, 2006 Left and Raito won #1 Contender tag team match to recieve a championship match for the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship. They ended up losing to the champions JOE and Yasu Urano on October 1. On August 14, 2007 Left and Raito defeated Slum (Apple Miyuki and YOSHIYA) to win the...

    Osaka Pro Wrestling (2012–2013)

    Storm started to compete in July 2012 in Osaka Pro Wrestling, after making his debut in the promotion he asked a shot for Daisuke Harada's Osaka Pro Wrestling Championship. Storm was then invited to join the heel stable JOKER. He iniatially refused but he ended up accepting the offer a week later. He would then unsucessfully challenge Harada for the Osaka Pro Wrestling Championship on Spetember 30. In May 2013 Osaka Pro announced that they didn't known if Storm was going to return to the prom...

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