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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant, but so underated
Those of us who are blessed to have heard any of Rahsaan's previous offerings will know this guy has serious talent. I wasnt even that familiar with any of the tracks on the new record, but by pure faith in what this guy can do, I bought the cd and was never disappointed.
If you like soul, you'll like this, simple as that. I defy anyone to listen to the track,...
Published on 27 May 2004 by Amazon Customer

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2.0 out of 5 stars Casual style
Im a great fan of Musiq, Carl Thomas and Dwell to name a few and wanted add a new addition to my collection. The reviews on this album looked great and the demos sounded hot. However theres nothing like getting the whole picture. Finally got to listen to the entire CD and was very disapointed. He has a partial Stevie Wonder sound to his vocals but I found it a little...
Published on 24 Mar 2008 by Crown


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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant, but so underated, 27 May 2004
This review is from: After Hours (Audio CD)
Those of us who are blessed to have heard any of Rahsaan's previous offerings will know this guy has serious talent. I wasnt even that familiar with any of the tracks on the new record, but by pure faith in what this guy can do, I bought the cd and was never disappointed.
If you like soul, you'll like this, simple as that. I defy anyone to listen to the track, 'April's Kiss', and not fall in love with life!
You may read lots of reviews, telling you about underated artists, how if you have to take a blind chance on one, then do so. Well I repeat that last line whole heartedly.
I took a friend (who from the R Kelly school of bump and grind, refused to acknowledge this guy) to see Rahsaan live, and he was blown away. Well buy it, and be blown away too. Start to finish.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What a man, what a man, what a mighty mighty good man, 13 Oct 2004
This review is from: After Hours (Audio CD)
Oh my god, was this worth waiting for? Rahsaan is THE man. Looking for some tunes to blow you away, send tingles down your spine or just some feel good songs? Then this album is for you. Check out my fave tune, Number 3, So Hot. Then tell me this man is not a true musical genius! Amazing vocals, feel good factor and this is only his latest cd. You NEED to buy all his other cd's too. You won't be disappointed. I never normally write reviews but this man demands supporting. Rahsaan rocks...but in a soulfull, smooth groove!
Also check out Raphael Saddiq....hard to choose between these two.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Rahsaan's Welcome Return, 1 Oct 2004
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Burjiz (Schaffhausen, Switzerland) - See all my reviews
This review is from: After Hours (Audio CD)
After a five year hiatus, NYC native Rahsaan Patterson ends his silence with his third effort, "After Hours." The album, as of this writing, is only available as an import, but if there's any justice (a rare thing in the music industry), it will have a Stateside release very soon. Here, Mr. Patterson makes a welcome step forward from 1999's "Love in Stereo," and he ropes in the red-hot Van Hunt who co-writes and co-produces 4 of the 11 tracks here. Among those, the best are the tender slow jam "The Best" and the breakup jam "Seperate," which bring out the best of both artists. Elsewhere, Patterson's Stevie Wonder-like voice is well served on nu soul jams like "I Always Find Myself," the pretty "April's Kiss" (which stands out mainly due to its solid instrumentation and soulful guitar), "So Hot" which sounds like a missing track from "Stevie's "Songs in the Key of Life," and the funky "The One for Me." While platinum success continues to elude him, "After Hours" shows that Patterson is an underrated talent waiting for that breakthrough record. Hopefully, this CD will be it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars THIS MUSIC IS SO FINE, 1 Aug 2009
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D. Miller "Art form SOUL" (Black Country(coal mining}ENGLAND) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: After Hours (Audio CD)
THANK YOU FOR SENDING MY PURCHASE SO QUICK, AND IN MINT CONDITION, I LOVE PLAYING IT,CANT STOP,IT WAS A PLEASURE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
ONCE AGAIN, MANY THANKS.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Casual style, 24 Mar 2008
This review is from: After Hours (Audio CD)
Im a great fan of Musiq, Carl Thomas and Dwell to name a few and wanted add a new addition to my collection. The reviews on this album looked great and the demos sounded hot. However theres nothing like getting the whole picture. Finally got to listen to the entire CD and was very disapointed. He has a partial Stevie Wonder sound to his vocals but I found it a little too sweet sounding. I was hoping to get more of the kind of rhythm and tones of musiq and Dwell but this is different. If your looking for less depth than these examples and more surface casual vocals then Rashaan Patterson is probably the one.
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