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Now I See
Tata Vega
Now I See
Genres: Pop, R&B, Christian, Gospel
 
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CD Details

All Artists: Tata Vega
Title: Now I See
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
Release Date: 9/8/1998
Genres: Pop, R&B, Christian, Gospel
Styles: Motown, Pop & Contemporary
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 093624660927, 093624660941, 603497137862

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I've been waiting for this album-and waiting for more. Bravo
Candice M Byrd (cbyrd12350@aol.com) | Houston, Texas | 11/10/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I've been a huge fan of tata Vega for many years. There is no one in the business that doesn't know of her brilliance and enormous talent. A gift from above, absolutely! Before "The Color Purple" she had an album called "Earth Choir", brought back to Texas by her bass player, Sammy. He worked with our band for a while, and we sang those songs for a long time, until WE broke up.Michael and Candice Hamilton was the name of our group, among others. There was no way I could emulate her, even though in spirit I tried my best. Her songs even then were the most touching you've ever heard and I thank her from the bottom of my heart for showing me the depths of a soul. It has helped me on my journey to be a better singer and person. She is a beautiful woman in heart and talent. I deeply feel the greatest respect for her. I hope the world will now know what we've known all along. Tata Vega deserves to be heard."
TaTa in the 70's
Candice M Byrd (cbyrd12350@aol.com) | 01/03/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I was about 13 years old and remember seeing TaTa on Soul Train in 1976 or 1977, singing Full Speed Ahead and Come In Heaven (Earth is Calling). The latter song always stood out in my mind. After 20 years, I found a cassette of Motown songs and that song was on it! Every time I hear 'Come in Heaven' I cry because the song talks about what's really happening in the world ... "Father, there's plenty of food, but people are hungry, there's plenty of love, but people are lonely, there's plenty of money, but not enough to spend, there's so much sadness and a whole lot of sin ... Tata is a beautiful woman on the outside and on the inside, and she's still going strong. Love you, Tata!"
Heaven Comes A Rockin'
Lavenderbyrd | LaWrEnCe, KaNsAs | 01/26/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I just LOVE this woman- from her albums back in the day on the MOTOWN label (with songs like " Just Keep Thinking About You ",
" I Need You Now "), to the Color Purple sndtrk ( " Maybe God Is Tryin' To Tell You Somethin' " and the sweet n sexy " Sister "), to this most current CD. You just have to listen to this CD to know she's got Jesus all up in her soul. Thanks to Quincy Jones for getting her back into the studio where she belongs. She has kept herself in the public eye over the years in between these mentions by touring with a religious theatre group and singing backup on other artists songs (With Andrae Crouch- " Oh, It Is Jesus " and " Right Now ", and with Patti LaBelle on Patti's song- " It's Alright Now ", and with Oaktown357- " Turn It Up ").
My favourite songs on this new CD are: her remake of " Oh, It Is Jesus ", " Are You Ready? ", " Just Be There ", and especially
" I'm Accepted ". This wonderful woman has never sold out for commercialism, always stays true to HER voice and for God's sake, will SONY please wake up and realize this woman's talent and give her some cred?! Fairly recently Gloria Gaynor did a club remake of " Just Keep Thinking About You ", it was okay, but it will always be Tata's song. Tata I love you & I just keep thinkin' about you- often!"