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CeCe Winans

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Download links and information about CeCe Winans by Cece Winans. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Gospel genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 55:52 minutes.

Artist: Cece Winans
Release date: 2001
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Gospel
Tracks: 13
Duration: 55:52
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Heavenly Father 4:22
2. Anybody Wanna Pray 4:00
3. Say a Prayer 4:15
4. More Than What I Wanted 3:27
5. Looking Back At You 3:48
6. More Than Just a Friend 4:18
7. No One 4:20
8. For Love Alone 4:59
9. Bring Back the Days of Yea & Nay 4:51
10. Out My House 3:51
11. Holy Spirit, Come Fill This Place 5:35
12. It's Gonna Get Better 4:01
13. Better Place 4:05

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After eight years of performing as a duo with brother BeBe Winans, 1995 saw the beginning of CeCe Winans' solo career, a move that only served to further the artistry and ministry of this singer/songwriter. In 2001, Winans' self-titled release marked her second album from Wellspring Gospel. The follow-up project to her 1999 gold-certified album, Alabaster Box, the release combines a variety of styles, including CCM, pop, urban, R&B, inspirational, and gospel. Winans had no doubt as to the direction and purpose of the self-titled release. In fact, with it she desired for "people to feel encouragement and passion." And the album does just that. Upbeat, energy-filled, and enthusiastic, the project is not only musically diverse but offers hard-hitting messages. The song "It's Gonna Get Better" was written with teen suicide prevention programs in mind, while "Bring Back the Days of Yea and Nay," a duet with brother Marvin Winans, challenges parents to take responsibility for training their children. A definite highlight on the album is the song "Looking Back at You." It is an inspirational track, leaning toward a ballad, that speaks of God's unfailing and unconditional love.