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OK, Are THESE the Top 20 R&B Ballads of All Time?

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The OFFICIAL RadioFacts.com Top 20 R&B Ballads of

What do you think? Do these songs belong at the TOP of the list? Is something missing? You can vote for the same songs again or add your own. We’re not done but these are some of the songs voters have put in. Cast your vote HERE. At the end of the voting, we will pick 3 voters at random who will get an 8GB iPod Touch each.

  1. Cause I You-Lenny Williams
  2. Try A Little Tenderness-Otis Redding
  3. Let’s Stay Together
  4. Reasons- Wind & Fire
  5. lover’s holiday- earth wind and fire
  6. love ballad- LTD
  7. everlasting love- rufus and chaka
  8. our love- natalie cole
  9. Let’s Stay Together –
  10. I Feel A Song (In My Heart) Gladys Knight & Pips
  11. Let Me Make Love To You by The O’Jays
  12. Same Ole Love –
  13. A HOUSE IS NOT A VANDROSS
  14. TOO MUCH TOO LITTTLE TO DENISE WILLIAMS
  15. I’M IN LOVE AGAIN PATTI LABELLE
  16. YOU HOW TO LOVE ME PHYLLIS HYMAN
  17. “With You” – The Moments
  18. “A Love of Your Own” – Average White Band
  19. “I Want You” –
  20. “Inside My Love” – Minnie Riperton
  21. Let’s Get It On – Marvin Gaye
  22. A House Is Not A Home – Luther Vandross
  23. Love Ballad – LTD
  24. Cry Together – The O’Jays
  25. My Cherie Amour Stevie Wonder
  26. Could It Be I’m Falling In Love The Spinners
  27. Sexual Healing Marvin Gaye
  28. Betcha By Golly Wow Stylistics
  29. Intimate Friends/Eddie Kendricks
  30. Concentrate On You/L.T.D.
  31. Reasons (Live)/Earth
  32. Wind & Fire
  33. Deja Vu/Teena Marie
  34. That’s The Way Of The World – E.W&F
  35. Sweet Stickey Thing – Ohio Players
  36. Still – The Commodores
  37. Footsteps In The Dark – The Isley Bros.

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CEO of RF Focus, Radio and Music Industry Veteran. Radio DJ, Programmer, Musician and Voice Talent. Graduated from Performing Arts in Buffalo, N.Y. and worked at the legendary KKBT (92.3 The Beat) during its nationwide heyday in the early 90s. Also worked for Stevie Wonder at KJLH.

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  1. Adore-Prince
    Superstar-Luther Vandross
    Isn’t it a Shame-Labelle
    Fire and Desire-Rick and Teena
    Zoom-Commodores

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