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Naomi Wachira – Naomi Wachira (2014)

18-05-2014, 03:53
Soul | World | Folk | FLAC / APE

Naomi Wachira – Naomi Wachira (2014)

Artist: Naomi Wachira
Title Of Album: Naomi Wachira
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Naomi Wachira
Genre: Folk, Soul, World
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)/MP3
Bitrate: Lossless/320 kbps
Total Time: 40:51
Total Size: 236/101 mb


1. Naomi Wachira - I'm Alive (4:05)
2. Naomi Wachira - Sacred Love (3:21)
3. Naomi Wachira - You Better (4:56)
4. Naomi Wachira - Burn Me (3:44)
5. Naomi Wachira - Be OK (3:43)
6. Naomi Wachira - Just Like You (3:31)
7. Naomi Wachira - We Are in Trouble (3:56)
8. Naomi Wachira - So What Now (3:41)
9. Naomi Wachira - Anywhere (3:12)
10. Naomi Wachira - I Am a Woman (3:46)
11. Naomi Wachira - I Know (2:56)

As a self-confident Kenyan-American woman, Naomi Wachira knows herself, what she wants, and what she hopes to see from others — all recurring themes in this full-length follow-up to her 2012 EP African Girl. Wachira sings with so much conviction there’s no doubt she means every word, and her Sade-like voice (self-accompanied on acoustic guitar) is warm and inviting as she gracefully reveals a vast vocal range.
The album also features Evan Flory-Barnes (Threat of Beauty, Industrial Revelation) on bass, cellist Natalie Hall (Macklemore & Ryan Lewis), Darren Reynolds (Patrick & The Locomotive) on drums, and Latin percussionist Lalo Bello (Jacob Bain & Publish the Quest). Thanks to producer Damien Jurado’s light hand in the studio, Naomi Wachira has a delicate feel, with neither vocals nor instrumentation outshining the other. As a whole, this isn’t a story of a woman trying to find herself, but of a woman who has already worked through those challenges and is now stronger because of them. Wachira supports this idea right to the last track, leaving the listener with “I Know,” a final example of her independent spirit: “I’ll keep on fighting for me/’Cause I know what I’m meant to be.”

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