"Siedah was hot then, sings hot and will always be hot...The album never got the recognition that it deserved. Her voice is unique and she and Rod are fantastic writers, making so many good artists great...I will always be die-hard fan, love her...lee*"
Another Looked Over Artist
Charlie W. Gorham | Rocky Mount, NC, USA | 03/13/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Kiss of Life by Siedah Garrett is one of the Best Albums I have ever heard. It is well written, emotionally sang, and musically the most diverse album to date. Nothing on this album sounds even similiar to the accompaning counterparts. Siedah has done, as always, a fantastic job a delivering what I would say are top notch vocals on every track. I bought this album from it first release. Now I am buying it again because the songs have never left me. Siedahs writing techniques are immpeccable. Rod Temperton is the absolute best at what he do and coupled with Siedah and all that she brings to the table, this masterpiece will live on forever. There are so many artists that fall into the Overlooked and Underestimated catagory. Siedah is one that always comes to mind. Another artist is Cherrelle. Siedah has always been and will always be my Female Artist of the My Life time. My hats off to you Siedah.........."
The Best R&B of the 80's
B. Vice | DC Comics Universe,WA | 01/06/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have had this on cassette, when it wore out I had to purchase the disc. Before I found it on CD, I bought the vinyl copy. I believe that this is a really good albumn for the 1980's. I used to listen to it, and dance. I am glad that she made a second CD, however it is not as good as this one is. The second CD is alot of reproductions of old songs. But it is definitely worth having if you enjoy Siedah Garrett.. Sit back and relax and enjoy Ruby D..."
I expected more...
D'AMBROSIO DARIO | Imola, BO Italy | 04/15/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Seeing the Quincy Jones's executive production and the Rod Temperton's production I had believed in something different. Yes, Quincy's usually musicians do they're usually terrific work, but the songs have nothing special. The best are tracks 3-7-8, written by Siedah, and track 9 by Rod Temperton (which remebers Rock with you of MJ). Tracks 1-4-5 are danceful and track 6 is a Groove of Rod Temperton. Track 2 is written by a young Babyface."