The Fitness Lifestyle organizes scientific knowledge into action steps, in order to prevent chronic health conditions and maximize human potential.
Ryan P. Desmond
Strategic leader with a knack for building powerfully, productive teams. Former US Army Medic, Certified Personal Trainer, Doctor of Chiropractic Student, & Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Hopeful. En route to becoming a Musculoskeletal Radiologist, I am on a mission to learn everything there is to know about muscles, bones, joints, and the nervous system, living a fitness lifestyle, and applying that knowledge to maximizing human potential. I would also love to see health care organizations implement that knowledge to eliminate chronic pain and disease.
At least 7.7 million people are living every single day of life below their potential. What’s the point of this? And when does it end?
Effective immediately, I will no longer publish new music toThe Best R&B Ever on this site. I will continue to publish the list; however, it will be migrated to my new website the R&B Archives (www.rnbarchives.com). I made this decision after a great deal of thought. Ultimately, I will be able to discuss R&B more extensively if it is housed on its own site. I will continue to publish R&B history on the new site. It will also contain more artist profiles, albums, lyrics, and playlists. I am already working on playlists from all of the decades that R&B has been in existence.
Fred Hammond released Somethin’ ‘Bout Love in 2004. It features the popular tracks, A Closer Walk and Your Love Is. However, What Can I Give, How Do You Love That Way, Make Time for Love, and Your Name Is Jesus are also bona fide!
Vote for your favorites. Or add your favorite, if you don’t see it here. The Best R&B Ever is a list of R&B songs that I consider to be the greatest of all time. The list is not in any specific order. However, my goal is to collaboratively create a playlist of R&B tracks that provide hours of listing pleasure. So, make sure you like, comment, and share.