Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, R&B
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Eyebrows | Rockville, MD | 05/23/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Even though Janet is my favorite Jackson of them all, Rebbie is the only one out of the three sisters that can really sing. Her style of course differs from her two younger sisters. Rebbie never portrayed the sexy side of herself like her sisters but concentrated more on her vocal ability. She doesn't have the best singing voice like Mariah or Whitney but she can surely sing. This album delivers tunes about love in every way whether it's fast, mid-tempo, or slow grooves. Even though she would be considered a one hit wonder with her hit "Centipede", Rebbie released about 4 albums overall, which none of the albums really made a dent on the charts. Rebbie is talented, but maybe if she had gotten the right promotion in her singing career, Michael and Janet wouldn't have been the only 2 Jacksons to make it big."
Review for "Yours Faithfully" by Rebbie Jackson
Tameron Cantrell | Nassau, The Bahamas | 11/02/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is one of my Jackson family favorites. Every song on this CD is a delight to listen to; the tracks are very jazzy and soothing at times. The only track that doesn't fit is "Centipede". Although the song is a classic, it doesn't go with the rest of the R&B songs on this album. My personal favorite is "I Don't Want To Lose You", which really shows that Rebbie actually has a good singing talent, much better than those of her other, more famous sisters, Janet and La Toya. I was a little skeptical when I first purchased the CD, but the second I put it in my CD player and began listening to it, all my doubts went away. Definetely something you should consider getting..."
Sinitta | Germany | 12/11/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Michael's eldest sister surely has the strongest high voice among the
sisters. She's high in voice, but she's also strong in it. Not whistling along
like Janet. The album was produced by Michael, released on MJJ records, and
features a new version of his song "Centipede" (he wrote it for Rebbie in
the 80s). Good quality and nice songs. "Fly away" is written by MJ too , but is
not catching that much attention. Very interesting: "You take me places" or the
Sheila E. cover "Koo koo". If Rebbie had released another song as a single
than the title track, then this album would have gotten more attention. This
album features also the Men of vizion."