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From Now on
Robin S
From Now on
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
  •  Track Listings (13) - Disc #1

Japanese pressing includes one bonus track. Warner. 2009.


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All Artists: Robin S
Title: From Now on
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Atlantic / Wea
Release Date: 6/3/1997
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
Styles: House, Dance Pop, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 075679271624


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Japanese pressing includes one bonus track. Warner. 2009.

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A little more Seventies makes for a much better album.
Mervin Malone Jr. | Austin, Texas United States | 11/07/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This more savvy follow-up to Robin S.' eponynmous debut finds the house-diva romancing a more retro-groove. Stylistically, the album ranges from disco/house to Seventies soul and even showcases gospel influences. Also, "From now on" boasts an impressive roster of producers, such as Bryce Wilson, Todd Terry and E-smoove.The Bryce Wilson-produced "It must be love" opens the album and sets the overall Seventies tone to the album. The next track, "Been so long" is the only fluke on the album, since it appears to be a throwback from the now defunct New Jack movement. Robin comes back in characteristically throaty form on her rendition of "You know how to love me", originally sung by the late Phyllis Hyman. She continues this soulful inclination on the Tony Moran-produced "Midnight", a later dancefloor hit, but a track which still showcases her ability to belt nonetheless. Of interest to gospel fans will no doubt be the tracks "Shine on Me" and "We're in this together".Also included on the album is the Todd Terry-produced "Givin' U All That I've Got", which was featured prominently in the film "Space Jam".Regrettably, albums such as "From now on" and artists like Robin S. go largely unnoticed Stateside. She takes her place alongside an ever-growing group of similarly underrecognized artists; Amel Larrieux, Jody Watley, Kristine W., N'Dea Davenport, Mica Paris and Joi Cardwell come to mind."
Givin' All That She's Got
jeremy B. | France | 05/27/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

""From Now On", Robin' S' second album is definitly one of the best dance record of the 90's (and one of the most underrated). The lady truly sings with her heart and soul. Robin' S has worked with famous top producers (Todd Terry, E-Smoove, Tony Moran,...) and the result is a vibring melt of funky R&B ("It Must Be Love, "Been so Long"), Disco remakes ("All I Do", "You know How To Love Me") and dance("Midnight") Best tracks, in my opinion, are the glorious garage anthems produced by Todd Terry: "Givin' You All That I've Got", my favorite, is just fabulous, and "Shine On Me" demonstrates the incredible vocals of the Diva with intense gospel influences. Let's hope we'll have the opportunity to listen to Robin very quickly."
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jeremy B. | 04/23/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a heavenly album! Her vocals are powerful & smooth. All the songs are great. My Favourites are "Been So Long", her cover of Phyllis Hyman's "You Know How to Love Me", "There is a Need" and "It Must Be Love" along with the remixes at the end of the album. I strongly recommend this album to fans of Dance & Soul, also if you were disappointed by cd's like Mariah Carey-"Charmbraclet"."