Pour Une Ame Souveraine 2LP+CD - Meshell Ndegeocello [VINYL]
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The triumph is that the new performer has found a fruitful co-existence with her alma mater. The result is that Meshell and Nina appear as sisters and kindred spirits in artistic excellence and sense of self. FIVE STARS --Echoes magazine
These 14 tracks that were sung by Nina are rendered with their essence intact - but still allow Ndegeocello's own spirit and velvety vocal style to shine. FOUR STARS --Metro
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The opener "Please Don't let Me Be Misunderstood" is transformed into a suave Blues song with a cool vibe and is a good effort. "Suzanne" demonstrates some lovely rhythmic bass playing from the talented Me'Shell and the combination of the uplifting melody and her haunting vocals is what makes this song special and my favorite on here. "Real Real" is a very sweet Country and Blues influenced track featuring the gentle Gospel vocals of Toshi Reagon. One of the most surprising songs on here is the very bluesy "House Of The Rising Sun" which is the most addictive version of this song I have ever heard. "Turn Me On" is passionately sleepy and sensual in its delivery whilst "Feelin' Good" has never sounded so peaceful and mesmerising. The very laid back collaboration with Sinead O'Connor on "Don't Take All Night" adds an element of Irish Folk to this release whilst Lizz Wright's interpretation of "Nobody's Fault But Mine" brings us back to Church and the Gospel influences. "Be My Husband" is quite intriguing vocally and has an infectious quality to it. "Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair" is very melancholic and direct, yet haunting and deep whilst "See Line Woman" and "Either Way I Lose" are hypnotic and addictive.Read more ›
Her talents are better suited toward Lyrical poetry with a musical backdrop behind it .