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I Feel So Good
Tracy Nelson
I Feel So Good
Genres: Country, Blues, Pop, R&B
 
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All Artists: Tracy Nelson
Title: I Feel So Good
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Rounder / Umgd
Release Date: 2/7/1995
Genres: Country, Blues, Pop, R&B
Styles: Contemporary Blues, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 011661313323, 011661313347

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On a winning streak in the 90s
Gregor von Kallahann | 06/07/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I'm concerned to learn that Tracy Nelson, who has a new record due shortly, has left Rounder Records. It seems like they were such a good fit. After all but disappearing in the 80s, Tracy resurfaced on Rounder in the 90s and released three great albums (a term I still prefer over CD, since it stresses form not format). She wound up the decade recording and touring (to great acclaim) with two of label-mates and kindred spririts, Marcia Ball and Irma Thomas. I can only hope that as she moves on to a new label, Tracy Nelson remains on the artistic roll she's been on for nearly a decade. "I Feel So Good" was Tracy's second release for Rounder, and you could tell that she was genuinely feeling good about being back. She had sounded a wee bit tentative on the first Rounder album ("In the Here and Now") but just listen to how she kicks up her heels on "Feel So Good." If you see Tracy live (which I recommend), you'll note that at least seven of these tracks remain in her standard repertoire. Although she can get into a slow blues or a modern ballad like nobody's business, she tends go with the uptempo knock-your-socks-off numbers live. And this release is choc-a-block with powerhouse tracks. From the openening strains of "I Want to Know" (Tracy double-tracked, my definition of heaven) to the rollicking "Meet Me Halfway," this album cooks! I originally had this release on cassette and was almost grateful that each side ended in a down tempo number (the reflective "Words Unspoken" and "Love Won't Come," a beautiful duet with Maura O'Connell). The rest of the album is such a work-out, I needed the rest."
Television Introduced Us!
Gregor von Kallahann | 09/04/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Several years ago I was channel-surfing. As I passed through, I heard this very distinctive voice. Lo and behold it was Tracy wailing and playing her piano on Nashville Now. That voice was singing like I'd turned my insides out and she had put them on her back to relate to the world. Lord, if my blues and my experiences were a singer--of course, it would be Tracy Nelson.
This was my first of many CDs and now MY blues have a voice, Tracy, thank you....CRC"
She can write too!
M. S. Bolam | Clearwater, Florida USA | 07/12/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I reviewed this after only hearing it once, and it has grown on me, especially the song she penned herself, "Words Unspoken"...every bit as good as "Down So Low" in my opinion. "Words Unspoken" and "Love Won't Come" are worth the price all by themselves."