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The Soul of a Woman

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Download links and information about The Soul of a Woman by Shirley Brown. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 55:53 minutes.

Artist: Shirley Brown
Release date: 1997
Genre: Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 11
Duration: 55:53
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Why You Want to Love Me Like That 5:13
2. You're Never Gonna Find Another Love Like Mine 4:27
3. Don't Go Lookin' for My Man 5:11
4. The Power of a Woman 4:04
5. Who Is Betty 4:54
6. Female Player 4:33
7. The Search Is Over 5:47
8. The Last Time I Cry (Over a Man) 5:09
9. You Left a Good Woman for a Good Time 5:57
10. I Caught You With Your Pants Down 5:18
11. He Looked Beyond My Faults 5:20

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Shirley Brown scored back in the day with "Woman to Woman," but she's hardly past her prime; in fact, this soulful, gritty collection proves most definitely that Ms. Brown is in her stride. Producers Wolf Stephenson, Bobby Manual, Richard Cason, and Shirley herself help make this 11-track CD a force to be reckoned with — one devastating, deep-soul drama after another. The first track, "Why You Want to Love Me Like That," is so satisfying you'll take awhile to hear the rest of the CD, 'cause you'll keep repeating this track. Buoyed by the Muscle Shoals Horns and a crack rhythm section, Brown's bell-clear vocals could stir the dead. There isn't a loser in the bunch; especially inviting are "Female Player," "Don't Go Lookin' for My Man" (which includes a rap), "You Left a Good Woman for a Good Time," and "I Caught You With Your Pants Down." As Ken Hawkins, a DJ in Cleveland during the '60s, used to say, "if you don't like this, you got a hole in your soul."