- CD de audio (4 de agosto de 2016)
- Número de discos: 1
- Formato: Audiolibro, CD
- Sello: Us Import
- ASIN: B001Q89F74
- Disponible también en: CD de audio | Música MP3
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It's That Girl Again Audiolibro, CD
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With over 3 Million albums sold and countless radio hits to her credit, as well as a legion of fans who flocked to her shows throughout the late 80s and 90s, Basia was a bona fide adult pop sensation. At the top of her game, she retired from the music business - -on top -to concentrate on a quieter domestic life. KOCH Records is delighted to announce that Basia's back and better than ever, still collaborating with her musical partner Danny White, and delivering a fresh Bakers Dozen songs that effortlessly update.
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Each song contributes to the overall fabric of the album, some more than others. There are some great instrumental passages/contributions from Danny White, guitarist Peter White, trumpeter Kevin Robinson, and drummer Marc Parnell.
Faves for me were: "If Not Now Then When" (first one out of the chute and a winner), "There'a Tear" (classic clear-singing Basia), "Blame It On The Summer" (reminicient of "Half a Minute" with a great beat too), "Two Islands" (wonderful Basia harmonies), "Winners" (a toe-tapper, loads of fun), and "They Know Nothing About Us" (finely-crafted and melodically punchy).
Basia fans will love this album, even the Polish "Amelki Smiech". (It was fun to listen to her sing in her native tongue.) It sounded pretty good, though I know little Polish). The album is not perfect, but definitely pleases and well worth the price.
Here's hoping we all don't have to wait as long to say, "It's That Girl Again". Welcome back Basia!
The best song, "I Must," is so catchy that my husband begs me not to play it cause it stays in his (and my) mind for weeks, popping up then and again. (He likes to have a quiet mind.)
There is one song in her native tongue that brings TEARS to my eyes, even though I don't understand a word of it!
This album is bound to make you move, dance, cry, and be filled with joy! A real winner!
The title track takes awhile to get under your skin but try shaking it off once it does, and it's just one of three unforgettable ballads on this CD, the other two being the melodious A Gift and the sublime Two Islands.
But this is mostly a dance album to make your toes tap and your hips swivel. The opening track, If not Now, and Blame it on the Summer recall Basia's earlier forays into bossa nova. More pleasant surprises are in store with the Latin jazz of Someone for Everyone, and the tango tinged Love Lies Bleeding (which strangely puts me in mind of The Rocky Horror Picture Show). Basia even has a Macy Gray moment on the boisterous party song, Amelki Smiech, with Polish lyrics and a chorus of friends and family who raise a toast to living for the moment.
They Know Nothing About Us is perhaps the best track on the album, using repetition of the lyric to great effect, within an inventive and haunting arrangement.
There's also a recurrent James Bond sound to this album, most evident on the cha-cha-on-steroids delight, I Must. Call it a soundtrack in search of a movie.
Producers Danny White and Basia shamelessly and effortlessly blend diverse sounds into what is best described as an album, quaint as that may sound these days. There's a remarkable integrity to their compositions: music and lyrics work together, and the songs cohere into a whole. Even the standard issue dance club tracks - On the Move and Winners - fit nicely into the track sequence.
These two have a compelling way of pulling you into their world. Anyone who loves music will find it hard to resist. They deserve a Grammy.