Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Classic freestyle of highest caliber
Daniel (firstname.lastname@example.org) | San Diego | 07/15/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Most of this record was produced by Lewis Martinee who produced hits for Expose (Point of No Return, Come Go With Me) and Pet Shop Boys (Domino Dancing). "I Want You" totally captures the 80s electronic spirit of mixing a drum machine tick beat with very honest, pleading vocals typical of freestyle songs. Most of this album is very good. A few tracks suck. I don't know what Shana is up to these days. I few years ago I happened to stop by Vision Records in Miami and there everyone said they had lost track of her. This is not an r&b record as this site may say; this is pure Miami-styled freestyle, very different than a lot of the Puerto Rican styled freestyle that was coming out NYC at that time; a little more house or four-to-the-floor oriented."
Finally! I found Shana!
Jonathan A. Lund | Duluth, MN United States | 01/28/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Ever since I got my Ipod I have been searching high and low for the Shana CD. I bought the tape back when I was 14 and really getting into freestyle, and have been a fan of the music from that era ever since. I was glad to get the CD - brought back a lot of memories, and I still love the album now as much as I did then!"