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Today Is Someday
Melody
Today Is Someday
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Jazz
 
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  •  Track Listings (11) - Disc #2


     
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All Artists: Melody
Title: Today Is Someday
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Iris Records
Release Date: 4/5/2005
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Jazz
Style: Smooth Jazz
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaCD Credits: 2
UPC: 182882000955
 

CD Reviews

SMOOTHJAZZ.COM REVIEW
Sandy Shore | Monterey, CA | 04/17/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"First of all, I must comment on the stunning packaging of this unique double CD... It's probably the most beautifully presented album I've ever seen. It's not in a plastic case, but instead a slick and colorful CD-size book, professionally bound, with beautiful graphics and 40 pages of color photos of this beautiful fashion model turned vocalist, what she likes to call "word votives," and complete liner notes. As for the music, it's divided into both "AM" and "PM" discs, with the more mellow, Smooth Jazz performances on the first one; the party, dance oriented ones on the second. TODAY IS SOMEDAY features Melody's sensuous, dreamy vocal talents (her voice is like a cross between Sade and Sarah Brightman) on a varied collection of both original songs and notable covers, such as Al Green's "Still In Love With You" and Culture Club's "Time," both of which feature Ramsey Lewis on piano and even Melissa Etheridge's "Like The Way I Do." Melody has dedicated her music to those in the world still waiting to realize their dreams, and it's title says a lot about her.... Unique, courageous, driven, triumphant, and inspiring, with much to be shared with others. Relax to the Smooth Jazz CD (AM), and get excited and energized by the "Dance" CD (PM), and display the book prominently as a decorative item on a table-top in your home - It'll brighten the place up a bit! ~Scott O'Brien
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Review for Today Is Someday
Nycholle Brown | Chicago, IL, USA | 04/22/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"As soon as I opened the packaging I knew this cd was something different. First, the cd artbook was like none I had ever seen before. It is a beautiful hardbound book that has colorful art, pictures, and even a place to write your thoughts!

Two seperate cd disks, one entitled AM and the other entitled PM offer two different moods to listen to. The AM cd is smooth jazz and for easy listening while the PM side is upbeat dance tracks that get you up and moving.

I would highly recommend this cd to all of my friends and look forward to listening to it time and time again!"
One star because it is not possible to rate it zero stars
Uncle Tootsie Roll | 10/18/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)

"Oh, my ears! Joan Rivers meets William Hung.

With all due respect to Dionne Warwick, do yourself a big favor and "Walk on By" this drivel when you come across it. You'll thank me for the money saved. After listening to this, I wish I were tone-deaf. No, that is too generous to this waste of music."