Kelly Rowland Releases New Album

July 26, 2011 by Post Team 

Kelly Rowland Releases New AlbumKelly Rowland Releases New Album, Fresh from an impressive performance at the BET Awards, Kelly Rowland of Destiny’s Child returns with one of the most anticipated efforts this week, “Here I Am”. Range of other new Eric Church “Chief” to “LP1″, Joss Stone, who may have trouble getting the attention it would have received had not reached three days after the death of Amy Winehouse, another major player in the British soul revival.
A founding member of Destiny’s Child, she spent five weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot R & B / Hip-Hop Songs with the Lil Wayne assisted “Motivation,” which also peaked at No. 19 on the Hot 100. Rowland and stole the show at the BET Awards this year with her performance vapor that song. His first album delayed many times since leaving Colombia also reportedly features guest appearances by Big Sean, Pitbull, Akon and David Guetta (“Commander”, which topped the U.S. Dance Club chart songs).

Dave Stewart of Eurythmics co-wrote and co-produced the debut album from this English soul star, as “Colour Me Free!” Top 10 of Billboard broken in 2009. “This is the most fun I’ve had making a record with Crazy Dave Stewart at the helm,” says Stone. “This album captures a specific moment in time that was spontaneous and full of creativity.” Stewart and was impressed. “Joss can sing,” says Stewart, “with the ferocity of a lioness and dynamically change most delicate whisper in the same sentence.” The Guardian, however, was not as impressed as Stewart in destroying a star called “a new album from Joss Stone, flooded with various kinds of retro-soul vocal histrionics and elastic. It’s challenging, but only that stone called a man a btch “Karma,” a track reminiscent of Lenny Kravitz funk. It’s a little crazy, but not the way I had hope. ”

Eric Church had some pretty big goals going into his third album. “I have a theory,” he says, “we all just get a small window of time for making records, when people actually listen and care.’s Up to us to move the needle. People like Waylon and cash or Garth and Strait – all took the format and said: “We here, and they all turned the tide of the music a little.” To help you find a way to maximize their window of time, the church had one month break from touring and took refuge in a cabin in North Carolina with other writers to stop working on the songs. The first single “Homeboy,” was the seventh song to go Top 20 on the Billboard country charts

The fourth album Cartlon was partly inspired by two books – Richard Adams “Watership Down” and Stephen Hawking, “A Brief History of Time” – and produced by Steve Osborne, Peter Gabriel “world-renowned UK study, the real world. Carlton says, “It took me 13 years to return to the vibration of my first cassette demo and 10 years to muster the courage to go it alone and create something that is pure Arts and Crafts. It was written and distributed in two years, and put to tape. ”
The title is a reference to Bob Dylan “My back pages”, but not the back pages of the United States are exploring here. It is people like Dylan, one of several artists addressed in an album full of songs by everyone from the Beach Boys to Buffalo Springfield, Simon & Garfunkel $, Jimmy Webb, Mark Knopfler, Fountains of Wayne, New Radicals and Tempe’s own Gin blossoms. The song of Simon & Garfunkel $, of course, is “America.”

This is the second album by guitarist Fabulous Thunderbird covers, with songs by artists such as Ray Charles, Hank Williams, Jimmy Reed and Lloyd Price. Recorded in Austin, with Lou Ann Barton on three tracks.
A Swedish electro-pop singer Yukimi Nagano act which was featured on “Plastic Beach” Gorillaz ‘Little Scarecrow with an album that has already earned a five star rave from the Telegraph. His criticism, Nagano said was “Sade, Bj? Rk, Marvin Gaye and Santigold all in one extraordinary package,” adding “this fascinating collection of exotic digital technology deserves to become a star.”

Best remembered for “Closer to Free”, the theme music from “Party of Five”, the BoDeans are back with their album 10. Review your previous effort, “Mr. Sad Clown”, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel praised the veteran rockers have captured “the sound of aging with grace and gratitude.”

McCartney got this film in 1966 with the Beatles producer George Martin and the organization of otherwise giving a hand. “The Beatles Anthology” quotes McCartney said: “I wanted to brass band, because with the Beatles, we got into a lot of different types of music, but perhaps the brass band was a little too North still loved… My father played trumpet and his father had been in a band, so I had the inclination. ” This reissue has been digitally remastered.

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