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Dionne Farris - Wild Seed: Wild Flower (1994)

9-07-2015, 06:02
Soul | Funk | Rock | FLAC / APE

Dionne Farris - Wild Seed: Wild Flower (1994)

Artist: Dionne Farris
Title Of Album: Wild Seed: Wild Flower
Year Of Release: 1994
Label: Columbia: 477755 2
Genre: Funk,Soul,Rock
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,scans)/MP3
Bitrate: lossless/320 kbps
Total Time: 01:02:54
Total Size: 410/146 mb
WebSite: amazon


01.I Know
03.Stop To Think
05.Food For Thought
06.Now Or Later
07.Don't Ever Touch Me (Again)
0811th Hour
11.Old Ladies
13.Find Your Way
14.The Audition
15.I Know (NY Reprise Mix)

Produced by Randy Jackson,featuring Follow for Now,scratches by DJ Nabs.Wild Seed – Wild Flower is the debut full-length album by Dionne Farris, which she recorded after singing the song "Tennessee" by the alternative rap group Arrested Development. Rather than continue with Arrested Development, she made a solo record with members of the band Follow for Now, David Ryan Harris and Billy Fields.The lead single, "I Know" (which allmusic's Tom Demalon called "percolating and infectious"), peaked at number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1995."I Know" was the only hit from the album, but Tom Demalon wrote that the album's "charms run much deeper" than the hit single.However, critic Brent Mann expressed the opposite view, stating that the other songs "lacked energy and direction" and in one case turned "plodding and ponderous." AllMusic Review by Tom Demalon
Following a successful stint with Arrested Development, including lending her vocals to their smash "Tennessee," Dionne Farris enlisted members of the band Follow for Now for her 1994 debut. Although Wild Seed -- Wild Flower only managed to spawn one hit, the percolating, infectious "I Know" was a monster, dominating the airwaves and lodging inside the Top Ten for months. It's hardly the only noteworthy track on this consistently engaging debut which blends funk, rock, pop, and folk. The insightful, soul-searching, and often self-empowering message of the lyrics is given added credence by the supple, soulful vocals of Farris and the musicianship doesn't let her down. Highlights include the sample-laden "Stop to Think" (with musical assistance from Lenny Kravitz), the uplifting "Passion," the heartfelt, introspective "Food for Thought," and the potent "Don't Ever Touch Me (Again)." Intelligent and winning, Wild Seed -- Wild Flower's charms run much deeper than "I Know," making for a striking initial effort.

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