Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Terence Trent D'arby|
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
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Joseph G. from SOUTH WINDSOR, CT
Reviewed on 5/15/2007...
This is the Special 2-remix EP Holding on to you from Vibrator
Winged and soaring to the celestial
ausaurwest | Illinois | 11/23/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I see Wynton Marsalis mesmerized, James Brown befuddled, Aretha astounded, Mariah mortified, Beyonce blushing, Eric Clapton clapping, and Pelham Goodard (Peegee) gasping. Ahhh yes! The seven-layer salad of song (jazz-funk-soul-pop-r&b-rock-calypso)...The Magic Johnson of music. My fav...TTD's Recurring Dream. I luv the metaphysical stories, Jimi Hendrix-like wa-wa guitar sound, and that cowbell sounding percussion. Mad props to We don't have...great calypso, Holding on to you, Supermodel Sandwich w/cheese...so, so funky, as well as all the others. It's too bad many slept on this work of art. But many slept on Ray Charles until just recently. Although the album title doesn't indicate what the song or album is about, nevertheless, it is less than flattering. No other complaints though. Definitely an album for the thinking person and introspective. I genuflect out of courtesy and respect."
Probably the perfect album no-one heard
Graeme Browne | Ilford, Essex | 02/24/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have to admit that I slept on this album back in 1995 for other artists like Michael Jackson's HIStory album and Prince's Gold Experience. Though they both were enjoyable, this WAS the album of 1995. However it was so poorly promoted by Sony that no-one heard it had been released.
This stands up to measurment alongside his best albums (Symphony Or Damn and Wildcard). This album encapsitates you from the start. From the roaring snarl of guitars from the opening title track, to the sweet ballard of the hit 'Holding On To You', to the chicken greased funk of 'Read My Lips (I Dig Your Scene),' to the latin-dance tinged 'We Don't Have That Much Time Together.' From the trip-hop soul bearer 'Surrender' to the reflective 'TTD's Recurring Dream', to the chilling closer 'It's Been Said'. But two of the most impressive tracks 'Supermodel Sandwich' in it's two incarnations, the first a rock/funk track and the second a chill out club funk song. Throughout this album, TTD is on fine form.
For any lover of music, I strongly recommend you buy this- the perfect album that no-one heard."