Preston Glass

born on 5/4/1969 in California, United States

Preston Glass

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Preston Glass
Born April 05 1960
Residence Windsor Hills, California
Nationality American

Preston Glass (born January 9, 1960) is an American songwriter and producer. Preston has written and produced a series of songs which have made it to the top of the music charts including Miss You Like Crazy performed by Natalie Cole and Who's Zoomin' Who by Aretha Franklin.[1] He also produced the 1987 solo album "Love For What It Is" by Anita Pointer, member of pop/R&B group The Pointer Sisters.


The following songs made it to the top of the charts in the US and around the world:[2]

  • Natalie Cole: "Miss You Like Crazy"
  • Aretha Franklin: "Who's Zoomin' Who"
  • Aretha Franklin: "Jimmy Lee"
  • Kenny G: "Don't Make Me Wait for Love"
  • Kenny G: "Songbird"
  • George Benson: "Kisses in the Moonlight"
  • Earth, Wind & Fire: "System of Survival"
  • Jermaine Stewart: "We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off"
  • Stacy Lattisaw & Johnny Gill: "Perfect Combination"
  • Michelle Gayle: "Sweetness"
  • Mase: "Keep it On"


Preston has produced three of his own albums:[3]

  • Street Corner Prophecy
  • Music as Medicine
  • Colors of Life[4]


  1. Preston Glass Discography. Retrieved on 2012-06-29.
  2. Top 40 Charts. Top 40 Charts (2011-11-22). Retrieved on 2012-06-29.
  3. Preston Glass. Preston Glass discography. Retrieved on 2012-06-29.
  4. Colors of Life. Retrieved on 2012-06-29.
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