Top Tom Browne Albums
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The Groove Line (feat. Joyce San Mateo) - Single
The Groove Line (feat. Joyce San Mateo) - Single
[2019]
The Essential Tom Browne - The GRP/Arista Years
The Essential Tom Browne - The GRP/Arista Years
[2017]
Legacy
Legacy
[2016]
Tommy Gun (Bonus Track Version)
Tommy Gun (Bonus Track Version)
[2014]
S' Up
S' Up
[2010]
The Tom Browne Collection
The Tom Browne Collection
[2003]
Funkin' for Jamaica
Funkin' for Jamaica
[1999]
Another Shade of Browne
Another Shade of Browne
[1996]
Mo' Jamaica Funk
Mo' Jamaica Funk
[1994]
No Longer I
No Longer I
[1988]
Rockin' Radio (Bonus Track Version)
Rockin' Radio (Bonus Track Version)
[1983]
Magic (Expanded)
Magic (Expanded)
[1981]
Love Approach (Bonus Track)
Love Approach (Bonus Track)
[1980]
Browne Sugar
Browne Sugar
[1979]
Related Information for Tom Browne
Tom Browne (born October 30, 1954, Queens, New York), commonly referred to as "Mr. Jamaica Funk", is a jazz trumpeter who rose to prominence first through his early work with Sonny Fortune and for his #1 charting 1980 single "Funkin' For Jamaica (N.Y)" and notable dance tracks like "Thighs High"owne originally played piano, having taken lessons from the age of 11. Turning to the trumpet, inspired by his collection of jazz albums, his first gig was in a Queens club, The Village Door. In 1975, he landed his first professional gig with Weldon Irvine.From here he played with Sonny Fortune and Lonnie Smith and was later introduced to Dave Grusin and Larry Rosen at GRP Records via Earl Klugh. Grusin and R.. read more