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Looks Like A Job For A Woman
Tareva Henderson
Looks Like A Job For A Woman
Genres: Country, Pop
  •  Track Listings (10) - Disc #1



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All Artists: Tareva Henderson
Title: Looks Like A Job For A Woman
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Rio Star Ent.
Release Date: 10/27/1998
Genres: Country, Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 660591100321, 660591100345


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No Contest---Country's Best!
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This incredible release from the multi-talented singer/songwriter/guitarist/pianist is one of those albums that is great to listen to on long drives. I have seen this girl perform at Fan Fair in Nashville over the last five years --she is the real deal kids! She sounds even better live. I firmly believe that Tareva has the strongest voice in Country! Her songwriting is just as impressive, and it's not just me, she won a prestigious award from the song writer's guild for "Dance With Me" (track 7). You don't have to skip tracks on this release, just let the magic flow and set your stereo to the repeat function, because you'll keep playing it over anyway. Every song is a gem. This is one artist destined for stardom. Do yourself a favor, don't wait, get this release now!"
Michael G. Batcho | McAdoo, PA (USA) | 05/10/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Tareva Henderson first came to my attention when she was a regular on Crook and Chase "Music City Tonight" on the old TNN.
She also was a regular on the daytime "Crook and Chase" show on the same network where she sang "By Request". This album came out during that time period. Tareva has a powerful and a quality "voice" that fits "country" and "pop" and "rock & roll".
The single from this CD "Walk and Don't Walk (At The Corner Of)" is a classic country tune on a par with George Jones' "He Stopped Loving Her Today" or LeeAnn Rimes "Blue". It's a powerful song about leaving. . . and looking back with a wistful hope against hope that one would change their mind.
The "Tribute Medley" is a classic piece of work in itself. In it she sings a bit of Conway Twitty's "It's Only Make-Believe" -- she can knock you out of your socks when she sings the complete song. . . it's a shame that she only includes this tiny bit in the medley. She ends this with a fiddle-piece in tribute to her father. . . if you love "fiddle" you'll love this ending to the album and regret that you can't "loop" it and keep it playing over and over again.
tareva is a tremendous talent and song-stylist. It's sad that there's not more recordings available from her . . . yet! I hope that there's much much more to come and not too long to have to wait for it. Thanks for this album of music Tareva and thanks for keeping the music playing in our lives."