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Label: E1 Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Hiwumbe Awumba; Full Time; N'Teri; Artistiya; Un Aguinaldo Pa Regina; Kothbiro (Intro); Kothbiro; Zerapiki; Day Dreamin on the Niger; Juru Nani / God Be With You; Kanou; Mwana Talitambula.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Regina Carter: Reverse Thread

Read "Reverse Thread" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

What does the award-winning, classically trained, jazz violinist Regina Carter do, after playing Niccolo Paganini's famous Guarneri “Cannon" violin in Paganini: After a Dream (Verve Music Group, 2003), or reinterpreting songs from the 1920s-1940s in I'll Be Seeing You ( Verve Music Group, 2006)? She directs her interests and passion towards African folk music in Reverse ...

Let's Stay Here

Label: E1 Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Feelin' Good, Picture You the Way That I Do, We Can't Stay Here, No Way to Love Me; Another Day Has Come and Gone, Best That I Can Do, Let's Stay Here, Don't Explain, Yesterday, Act of Forgiveness.

Take Love Easy

Label: E1 Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Beautiful Love; Take Love Easy; I Concentrate On You; Day In, Day Out; Be Cool; My One and Only Love; I Can't Make You Love Me; That Is Love; Love for Sale; I'm On Fire; Triste; 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover; Where Do You Start?.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sophie Milman: Take Love Easy

Read "Take Love Easy" reviewed by Jeff Winbush

It's just a darn shame so many budget-conscious Hollywood movies save a few bucks by using snippets of a classic rock oldie instead of actually using vocalists to sing theme songs. If they did, the cool groove of Sophie Milman's vocals would be the perfect accompaniment for a montage of lovers walking in the rain, looking ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Oleta Adams: Let's Stay Here

Read "Let's Stay Here" reviewed by Jeff Winbush

In 1990, Oleta Adams released her debut album, Circle of One (Fontana), which featured her cover of Brenda Russell's “Get Here." She followed that up with the terrific, but underrated Evolution (Fontana, 1993) which featured a slicker, adult contemporary sound.With a voice as big as all outdoors and more chops than a butcher Adams ...


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