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Donell Jones - Journey Of A Gemini (2006)

19-01-2015, 19:41
Music | Soul | R&B | FLAC / APE

Donell Jones - Journey Of A Gemini (2006)

Artist: Donell Jones
Title Of Album: Journey Of A Gemini
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: La Face
Genre: Soul, R&B
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 64:01 Min
Total Size: 155 Mb | 451 Mb


01. Special Girl
02. Better Start Talking (feat Jermaine Dupri)
03. I’m Gonna Be
04. My Apology
05. Spend the Night
06. Portrait Of A Woman
07. Cry
08. Ooh Na Na
09. Feelin’ You
10. Can’t Wait
11. Lust Or Love
12. If You Want (feat Bun B)
13. Cuttin’ Me Off
14. Another Life
15. I’m Gonna Be (feat Clipse)

With his senior opus, Journey of a Gemini, Donnell Jones plans to add to his legacy. If you're looking for R&B to make you think, feel, and groove at the same time, then Journey Of A Gemini is your paramount all-in-one pallet...
With Journey of a Gemini, R&B smoothie Donell Jones bounces back after a four-year lapse famously littered with personal and professional fiascos. Where a lot of artists might overthink such a momentous return to the spotlight, though, he displays an astrologically correct tendency to let his instincts guide him, and the result is a disc that sounds both tight stitched and effortless. The song cycle follows a beguiling pattern: when Jones isn't seducing somebody, a la the shamelessly sexed-up "Apple Pie," "Can't Wait," or "Ooh Na Na," he's emptying his heart into a dusky ballad like "Portrait of a Woman." Or else he's just reminding the world that he can crank out a hit and have a near-criminally good time doing it. While "Better Start Talking" gets backing from Jermaine Dupri and the other standout selections here boast top-tier production talent--Tim & Bob hook him up on "I'm Gonna Be" and Ryan Leslie lubes up the Bun B number "If You Want" till it's perfectly squeakless--Jones commands a distinctive kind of cool throughout. This journey may not lead him where his last disc did, which would be to the No. 3 position on the Billboard 200, but it's way worth following his trail markers anyway. --Tammy La Gorce

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