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Randy Crawford - Permanent (2000)

3-01-2014, 09:33
Music | Jazz | Soul | Funk | FLAC / APE

Randy Crawford - Permanent (2000)

Artist: Randy Crawford
Title Of Album: Permanent
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: Warner Bros
Genre:Jazz, Soul
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 52:58
Total Size: 377 MB(+3%)

01 - Wild Is The Wind
02 - Merry Go Round
03 - Free The Child
04 - Permanent
05 - Sweetest Thing
06 - Fire And Rain
07 - When I Get Over You
08 - Alfie
09 - When The Evening Comes
10 - All I Do
11 - When Will I Be Free Of Love's Taboo
12 - Tell It To Your Heart
13 - I Get A Little Burned

personnel :

Randy Crawford - vocals
Gus Isador - guitar
Graham Kearns - guitar
Tim Cansfield - guitar
Jim Lowe - guitar
Peter Gordeno - piano, keyboards, bass, drums, background vocals
Phil Spalding - bass
Pete Smith - drums, background vocals
Steve McNichol - drums
Danny Cummings - percussion
Carol Kenyon - background vocals

Crawford is most renowned in Europe, where she is enjoyed by mature adult audiences. She's marketed in the U.S. as a jazz singer, but judging from this stellar collection -- which features not one filler song -- she could fake her ID and ride high on the R&B charts alongside the younger crowd. Her voice can be sweet and airy, as on the dramatic, orchestrally punched opening track, but she digs deeper on more emotional statements like "Free the Child." "Permanent" is a funky power ballad in the classic R&B tradition, while "Sweetest Thing" rides along a soaring string section and percussive near-disco groove. "When the Evening Comes" and "All I Do" do the disco thing very impressively, but with a class reminiscent of Lisa Stansfield. "Fire and Rain" isn't the James Taylor song, but actually has a hook that would seduce even the most cynical teenybopper. Crawford shows her range on power ballads like "Tell It to Your Heart" and an acoustic, jazzy cover of "Alfie." A welcome return from an artist whose reach should be much more in the mainstream of pop and R&B. ~ Jonathan Widran

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