It's a Woman's World
Download links and information about It's a Woman's World by Brenda Holloway. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 44:50 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock|
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|1.||Walk Right Back||5:23|
|2.||It's a Woman's World||4:13|
|3.||And I Will Sing a Song for You||3:57|
|4.||Never Forget Your First||4:18|
|5.||A Perfect Rendezvous||4:27|
|6.||Don't Keep Runnin' (In and Out of My Life)||4:04|
|7.||I'll Keep You Dry Through the Rain||4:40|
|9.||Easier Said Than Done||4:05|
|10.||(When the Time Comes) For Saying Goodbye||4:24|
Soul music suffered a major loss when, in 1968, a 22-year-old Brenda Holloway decided to retire from the music industry. It wasn't until 1999, when she turned 53, that the vocalist returned to recording secular R&B in the U.S. (although she provided a gospel album in 1980 and recorded some secular R&B in England in 1987). The Volt label, which Fantasy reactivated in 1999, is synonymous with classic soul; but for the most part, you won't find a classic soul approach on this CD. It's a Woman's World gets off to a 1960s-like start with a remake of the Everly Brothers' "Walk Right Back," although most of the material that follows is surprisingly urban contemporary. No, Holloway isn't trying to be Mary J. Blige, Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliot, or a member of Destiny's Child, but this isn't an album of Motown covers either — and high-tech, hip-hop-influenced items like "No Regrets" and "Don't Keep Runnin' (In and Out My Life)" are a lot more urban contemporary than listeners might expect from Holloway. Some of the ballads, meanwhile, have a lot of adult contemporary appeal. Produced by Preston Glass and Fred Pittman, this decent, if unremarkable, CD demonstrated that Holloway's voice had held up well over the years and that she could still be charming and charismatic. Even though It's a Woman's World falls short of the excellence of her classic Motown output of the 1960s, it's nice to see her recording again.