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GUESS who wrote the songs???
Micky | Florida | 12/17/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Top shelf productions by Gerald Levert and Jermaine Dupri makes The Other Side a keeper.
So for the 2 who rated this album oh so much better then gerald's Music----------- GOOF's-------- gerald produced Sean's Album:
A satisfying debut from Sean, the least known Levert. He sings in a pleasant, laid-back tenor/baritone. Only ten selections, but not a sister of the poor in the bunch. The O'Jays sounding "Same One" features' Sean, his brother Gerald, and father, Eddie, on a powerful ballad. "I'm Ready" is an enticing mid-tempo number embellished by excellent backing vocals and a def synthesizer. "Just Can't Get Enough" contains elements of "Munchies for Your Love," by Bootsy's Rubber Band. As a single release, "Put Your Body Where Your Mouth Is," received some plays and experienced some chart action, but failed to live up to its lofty expectations, despite Sean singing near the top of his register for emphasis. With its happy beat, "Place to Be" should have received more attention. You'll get enveloped in sounds listening to "I'm in a Freaky Mood," which features mult-track vocals, and echo for days. Likewise for "The Other Side," where voices and vocals appear from seemingly everywhere on a George Clinton-influenced ditty. A loping, shoulder moving beat propels "Just for the Fun of It" at a pace between ballad and mid-tempo, Levert supplies the backing voices on this winner. Top shelf productions by Gerald Levert and Jermaine Dupri makes The Other Side a keeper."
If You think Gerald is Good, Wait til you hear Sean!!!
Jason Dilworth | Memphis, TN | 11/04/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album is like the best music ever to hit a CD. From the beginning to the end, this album rocks. Songs like " I'am in a Freaky Mood", and "Put your body where your mouth is", are the aces on this album. Sean's beats and grooves are a lot better than his brother Gerald. His songs make you want to dance, but also has that vibe to it were you want to talk to a girl at the mall. It makes you want to be suave and smooth. Just hard to understand that He did not come out with another album. All in all buy this CD before you buy Gerald, and I gurantee you wont be dissappointed."
Not just the "other brother"
alexander fraser | london | 09/09/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Sean levert's solo album is an outstanding effort, far better than his older brother's solo albums which are overlong and oversung. The Other Side is full of crunching beats, catchy hooks and some excellent singing. The shame is that he has not followed it up to date."