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Sydney Youngblood – Feeling Free (1989)

10-05-2014, 16:20
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Sydney Youngblood – Feeling Free (1989)

Artist: Sydney Youngblood
Title Of Album: Feeling Free
Year Of Release: 1989
Label: Circa CIRCD 9
Genre: R&B
Quality: MP3 | FLAC
Bitrate: VBR 0 | 16Bit/44kHz
Total Size: 112 MB | 331 MB
Total Time: 48:31
Website: Discogs

01. Feeling Free (Duet With Elaine Hudson) 05:03
02. If Only I could 03:32
03. I'd Rather Go Blind 04:16
04. Sit & Wait 04:03
05. Kiss And Say Goodbye 03:28
06. Ain't No Sunshine 03:56
07. I'm Your Lover 03:24
08. Not Just A Lover But A Friend 03:56
09. Congratulations 04:04
10. Could It Be (I'm In Love) 04:55
11. That Was Yesterday 04:24
12. Good Times Bad Times 03:37

Sydney's first CD, one of the few exceptions of truly good pop music.

Review from Amazon:
This is one of those rare albums that you can listen to from start to finish without ever noticing a dip in quality. Ever song on this album is a pleasure to listen to. Sydney's vocal abilities are impressive and the music is very good. This is a highly recommended album.
Sydney Youngblood has one of those rare voices that has hints of R&B and Pop Rock. His remake of Etta James' "I'd rather go blind" is so soulful. It's hard to believe he hasn't made it to the big time here in the United States.

Biography from Allmusic:
Dance-soul singer Sydney Youngblood released only one album in the U.S., and registered a small hit with his shimmering version of the Etta James classic "I'd Rather Go Blind," but became a much bigger star, with much bigger hits, in Europe. The album teeters between early-'90s house; late-'80s big beat soul-pop (such as on "Sit and Wait"); and pure, unadulterated classic soul. There are several gimmicky moments on the album, and sometimes his low-register singing isn't entirely effective, but the album does possess a classic, timeless, sophisticated quality. "If Only I Could" and "Feeling Free" are pure, early-'90s house, as is "Don't Keep Me Waiting," which is somewhat bogged down by an unintentionally silly rap break. The funky "Good Times Bad Times," which heavily samples George Michael's "Hard Day," precedes a trend perfected by Puff Daddy years later. The album's true shining moments, however, are on its covers. His version of Etta James' "I'd Rather Go Blind" is wonderful, as is his version of the Manhattans' "Kiss and Say Goodbye." Even his percussion-heavy version of Bill Withers' "Ain't No Sunshine," which at first sounds a bit dated, winds up being surprisingly good. The U.K. version of the album, titled Feeling Free, boasts two additional songs, those being "Could It Be (I'm in Love)" and "That Was Yesterday"."

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