Get Up - Amel Larrieux - Infinite Possibilities (CD, Album)


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  1. Feb 15,  · Amel Larrieux is one of those rare breeds who is the real deal all the way around- great songwriter (the tracks are beautiful, funky and seem to get better over time), unusual and wonderful singer, and off the hook performer!!! This album is warm, cool, funky and amazingly, has real purpose in its lyrics and tunes/5().
  2. The vocals on this album remain outstanding while the songwriting remains generic. The latter improves greatly from Daydream onward. The uptempo tracks shine on this album while the ballads blend together. Top 5 Tracks* (in album order): Dreamlover, Anytime You Need a Friend (still her most vocally impressive performance), Now That I Know.
  3. Infinite Possibilities is the debut studio album from American R&B artist Amel Larrieux, released February 15, on Music and distributed through Epic Records. The album peaked at seventy-nine on the Billboard chart. Description provided by /5(79).
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  5. Listen free to Amel Larrieux – Infinite Possibilities (Get Up, I n I and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at niticarpetemetchblogmenretapterwna.coinfo
  6. “Get Up” was the first single from Amel Larrieux’s debut solo album Infinite Possibilities. The light neo-soul styled song featured a strong bass-and-electric-piano motif. Along with Amel’s scat.
  7. Sep 03,  · referencing Infinite Possibilities, CD, Album, Enh, BK The Enhanced portion of the cd includes cd player software to play the cd, screensavers for your /5(72).
  8. Feb 15,  · Amel Larrieux, formerly of mellow duo Groove Theory, unleashes her wholesome musical and personal aspirations on her ear-catching solo debut, Infinite Possibilities. A fusion of hip-hop, groovy R&B, jazz, and Middle Eastern and African rhythms overlaid with the singer's soulful vocal meanderings, the album resonates with the influences of Sade, Innervisions-era Stevie Wonder, and Prince. All /5().

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