Angie Stone - The Art of Love and War Reviews
Description:Genre: Soul / Label: Stax / Release Date: 2007
Newest Review: ... 1 is a great sum up of what Angie is all about, soulful lyrics about looking back on life, occasionally going for the high ... more
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Angie Stone The Art of Love & War
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The Art of Love & War Angie Stone
Stax Records 7230146 : Angie Stone / Take Everything In. Baby. He ...
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Customer Angie Stone - The Art of Love and War Reviews (1)
by - written on 09/06/12 (4 readings)
The thing i love about Angie is that she seems to have this beautiful voice, beautiful lyrics yet she skings slowed, relaxing RnB. Wuite frankly if i was her record label I would get her doing power ballads immediately, its more her style and because she hits the high notes so well her voice would be more suited there. She is loud, confident and on key all the time, in RnB you need a much softer voice but actually, she pulled this off quite well. Track 1 is a great sum up of what Angie is all about, soulful lyrics about looking back on life, occasionally going for the high notes with a slow RnB beat and claps every second beat. The run times for some of her ... Read the complete review
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