Skintalk


Skintalk by CD Baby at Your Free Album. SKU: S807889200121. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. ''A fabulous album, supremely soulful...a gem.'' Mojo -------------------------------------------- Outstanding soul singer MARTHA REDBONE's sophomore album ''SKINTALK'' is a powerful, organic soul journey reflecting on social issues, ancient spirituality, the beauty and the complexities of love. Her New York underground hero status is testified to as she pays homage to her mixed American heritage infusing touches of traditional Native music with down-home funk, rock and rhythm & blues. The resul


Skintalk by CD Baby
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"A fabulous album, supremely soulful...a gem." Mojo -------------------------------------------- Outstanding soul singer MARTHA REDBONE's sophomore album "SKINTALK" is a powerful, organic soul journey reflecting on social issues, ancient spirituality, the beauty and the complexities of love. Her New York underground hero status is testified to as she pays homage to her mixed American heritage infusing touches of traditional Native music with down-home funk, rock and rhythm & blues. The result? A melismatic blend of roots music of the Americas with gorgeous melodies and fat grooves. Backed by her incredible live band and with SPECIAL GUESTS such as legendary trumpeter Randy Brecker, American Indian Movement founder Dennis Banks, Raul Midon, Tony Scherr and Omar Faruk Tekbilek, Redbone purrs, belts, whispers and soars over hip shakin' grooves, Pow-Wow funk, psychedelic gospel and folksy ballads. Her songs, gems of craftsmanship capturing intimate truths and universal feelings, are smart, funny and poignant. With the direct soulfulness and ease of her effortless spirited vocals, from gritty rawness to silky swoops across the octaves, Redbone slots right in among the greatest soul singers of our time. ----------------------------------------------------------------- 2006 Independent Music Award - Best RnB Album (Skintalk) 2005 Indian Summer Music Award - Best Album (Skintalk) 2005 NHAP Red Ribbon Award for Outstanding Leadership 2004 Indian Summer Music Award - Best Album (Home of the Brave) 2002 Native American Music Award - Best Debut Artist

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Manufacturer:
CD Baby
Category:
Neo-Soul
Release Date:
2004-11-16
SKU:
S807889200121
UPC:
807889200121
Artist:
Martha Redbone
Publisher:
CD Baby
Format:
Explicit Lyrics
Publication Date:
2004
Binding:
Audio CD
Item Weight:
0.21 pounds
Package Weight:
0.18 pounds
Package Size:
4.97 x 0.54 x 5.55 inches

 


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