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  • Audio CD (19 April 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B00000J21N
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 76,623 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Intro Of Good Morning World
  2. Made It Back
  3. Rewind (Find A Way)
  4. Damn
  5. AWOL
  6. Sista Sista (Original Mix)
  7. Strong Hand
  8. Greatest Day
  9. That's Alright
  10. Tomorrow
  11. Send Me Move Me Love Me
  12. The Need Of You
  13. Good Morning World
  14. Made It Back (Good Times 7'' Mix) (Feat. Redman)
  15. AWOL (Jus Bounce Mix)
  16. Greatest Day (Classic Mix)

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Beverley Knight - Prodigal Sista - Cd

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Britain hasn't been at a loss in producing promising young female R&B stars in the 1990s--Gabrielle, Eternal, N'Dea Davenport, Shola Ama, Carleen Anderson and Neneh Cherry all spring to mind--but none have really managed to capture the lightning that accompanied their debuts. Like the others mentioned, Beverley Knight finds herself a confident veteran at a young age (just 25 at the release of Prodigal Sista, her second album) but, like maybe only Cherry before her, Knight brings that attitude to her self-assuared dealings with the world at large. Where Cherry uses it to create freedom to devote time to her family, Knight is an outspoken proponent of local talent; her speech at the 1999 awards was, by report, both barbed and impassioned. She's less prickley on Sista, leaving that to guest rapper Redman (on "Made it Back"), preferring to sing about love and heartbreak, fate and inner strength and focusing on the positive. It doesn't always work--the occasional growl would be welcome, in both voice and instrumentation--but Knight's sweet, caressing voice and top-notch (if largely unsurprising) production makes for a handful of must-listens: "Sista, Sista", "Made it Back" (original and remix versions), the funky "Greatest Day" and "That's Alright" amongst them. --Randy Silver

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By A Customer on 30 Aug. 2002
Format: Audio CD
It's somewhat dissapointing, that a couple of people here cannot appreciate an album thats not 'dripping with funk'
This is album I can never tire of, It's laid back and unlike a lot of albums - it slowy builds track after track to get even better.
This Mobo Winning album was released to rave reviews - just check out the back cover & you will see what I mean.
Beverley Knight has a very special chemistry, in a genre which started & is still dominated by Americans, she can remain sophisticated, while still sounding unmistakedly British through out.
Listen to this album a few times & I guarantee you will hear one of the best - if not best; soul albums of recent years.
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By A Customer on 4 Jan. 2001
Format: Audio CD
This album shows more of britain's fantastic R&B. Beverley Knight is one of the most talented singers from the UK. She also writes her own songs, as well. Some of the beats here may be a bit bland compared to the beats of american R&B, but Beverley's wonderful voice takes us above that. Thankfully, they included the single version of 'Made It Back', which is better than the original. Pick this up if you enjoy R&B. nuff said. However, I think the canadian version slightly differs from this one, as the extra tracks on the canadian version are the single remix of "made it back" and remixes of AWOL and sista sista. there's no remix of 'the greatest day', and the Canadian version has a different cover. but both covers look great. enjoy
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this is my second fav album in the whole wide world....... with a collection of over 600 cd albums, that is saying something.

this is a SUBLIME piece of work. I can't believe the words bland and disappointing have been usd in other reviews. i would only suggest that those people have a short attention span and weren't willing to let these compositions penetrate. they have penetrated deep within me and every song is a classic. this record was released 10 years ago and i still find myself listening to it start to finish at least once a week.

the lyrical content is phenomenal. using similies and metaphors that are so clever and fitting to each songs message. they aren't used in a tacky way, but in a way that allows the listener to relate and create their own mental images that take you to another place.

"lovers rock describes your groove, rude boy love is heavenly' wehey!!

don't even get me started on the harmonies. they are so layered and genius. she obviously worked so incredibly hard on this whole record.... start to finish and i imagine it was a labour of love.

DO NOT MISS OUT ON THIS RECORD
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This album is pure class. The emotion running though the songs is incredible and Beverley's voice is just beautiful. Greatest Day was the 1st BK song I heard and really loved; and after Sista Sista I had to buy the album. I can'tbelieve how under rated she is. I finally got to see her live last night and it was more than worth the wait!

This is by far my favourite album I think because it's the most soulful. If you're looking for the perfect chill out album then you just found it.
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Probably the best CD I have ever heard/had. Beverly is an amazing talent. The lyrics are powerful, deep. She has the most amazing voice. The lyrics make so much sence, you can relate to the singer very easily. She also co-wrote all the lyrics, you 'hear' the emotion in her voice while she is singing. Simply Brilliant. A must have for soul lovers! Beverly, sing girl, sing. Keep up the good work.
Very Sincerely, Beverly Knight's Greatest Fan.
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