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Angie StoneRich Girl ... CD
Saguaro Road, 2012. Used ... $5.99
Angie Stone's first for Saguaro Road – one that she's calling a more personal project than some of her recent work – and sure enough, it's a strong one! We actually dug Angie's couple of albums for the rebooted Stax label in the late 00s – but you know what, if Angie's happier with this one, we are, too. It's filled with solid songs, from easygoing modern soul ballads, to some classic dancefloor soul inspired gems, and beyond – and it's all done with Angie's true soul vocals out front. It's well produced, but done with an eclectic, indie soul spirit that's indeed a bit less pop than some of her later recordings. A win! Includes "Do What You Gotta Do", "Backup Plan", "Proud Of Me", "First Time", "Guilty", "Alright", "Livin' It Up", "Right In Front Of Me", "Rich Girl", "Push 'N'Pull", "U Lit My Fire", "Sisters" and more. CD

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Avery SunshineSunroom ... CD
Shanachie, 2014. New Copy ... $16.99 18.99
Avery Sunshine stunned us with her debut, but she really blows us away with this amazing second set – a record that has the singer not only deepening her sound, but also hitting this really classic vibe that takes us back to legendary music on Stax or Hi Records! The production and setting is still relatively modern, but also stripped-down – so that Avery's vocals are massively right out front – almost doing the whole thing on their own, but getting some sweet support from Fender Rhodes – which is played by the lady herself on most tracks. Titles include "Won't You Try", "Nothing To Something", "Call My Name", "Mediation #1", and "Sweet Afternoon". CD
 
 
 
 



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