|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Don't Turn Your Back On Me||6||Audio||1990||RCA|
|3||Don't Turn Your Back On Me||7||Audio||1990||RCA|
|6||Don't Turn Your Back On Me||5||Audio||1990||RCA|
|7||Come Play With Me||10||Audio||1989||RCA|
|10||Sticks And Stones||4||Audio||1989||RCA|
|11||Somewhere (Love Will Lead The Way)||2||Audio||1984|
|13||Come Play With Me||10||Audio||1989||RCA|
|15||Come Play With Me||10||Audio||1989||RCA|
|16||Somewhere (Love Will Lead The Way)||2||Audio||1984|
|17||Come Play With Me||10||Audio||1989||RCA|
|19||Sticks And Stones||4||Audio||1989||RCA|
|20||Sticks And Stones ( Edit )||2||Audio||1989||RCA|
|21||Sticks And Stones / About Face||2||Audio||1989||RCA|
Los Angeles R&B vocalist Grady Harrell has been a professional since the age of nine. His mother was a member of [a=Friends Of Distinction, The]. He became friends with [a=Jeffrey Daniels] and [a=Jody Watley] and almost became a member of [a=Shalamar]. [a=Fred Wesley] produced his debut LP "Mwana" in 1984. Grady spent the 90s touring with the [a=Dazz Band] and playing [a=Jackie Wilson] in stage plays.
Grady is currently touring with his band Groove City. His sons Anthony and Grady Harrell III made up the group Nade, later becoming members of the group Brutha with other siblings, J.R., Papa & Jake.