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Milira Back Again
Milira Back Again
Genre: R&B
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All Artists: Milira
Title: Milira Back Again
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Motown
Release Date: 6/14/1994
Genre: R&B
Style: Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 737463632829, 737463632843

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EXCELLENT MUSIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
C. M. Chileshe | 10/05/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"nothing more I can say about Milira except she is great.if your wondering what happen to her you can look her up at new ablum or cd is called "SOLUTION " and ready for purchase.
I think it is gospel, not really sure. but I will get it all the same since I love gospel also.MILIRA YOUR THE GREATEST."
Excellent Top notch no-holds-barred release!
C. M. Chileshe | UK | 03/03/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Milira is quite simply excellent, and the passion and strength of her voice is nothing short of awesome. Milira puts authenticity back into the rather over-used term "Diva".

If the reader is unfamiliar with Milira's music, then this is the album to go for because it truly epitomises soul and what this artist can do (not what she is about!).

"Back again", relased on Motown, is a pretty powerful production. The track "One man woman" is simply awesome and has a timless ring to it, right from the start. It demands attention - actively or in the background. I am hard pushed to think of another track, on this album or elsewhere, where Milira's vocal talent is brought out this well.

"Ready for love" is yet another that deserves the highest accolade for this genre. It takes very little for "Three is a crowd" to grow on you - and brilliant only begins to describe "If you really love her" which sort of sticks to a recurring theme in the album: one-too-many in a relationship!

Milira has dared to do her rendition of "Rocket Love" a track better associated with Stevie Wonder from the album Hotter Than July. I am not a big fan of cover tracks but have to say it is not bad as far as 'covers' go.

"Love me this way" takes the tempo a little higher but still lets Milira deliver her powerful vocals the way only a true diva can.

The Good
An excellent album, plenty to choose from. "One man woman" and "Ready for love" are recommended listening.

The Bad
A track or two may sound a little commercial but they all grow on you in the end. Interestingly, the one track written by Milira; "Love always, Milira" is a candidate here albeit it is not so much commercial but rather an opportunity for Milira to express herself.

This album is a must have! It is simply excellenty and tailored for easy listening. I believe it features Milira at her very best and vocals that remains wonderfully etched on the brain! Simply excellent!"