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Album: Dream *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Dollar Bill More Info...
2)    Begin Again More Info...
3)    Clothes Don't Make a Man More Info...
4)    Magnet More Info...
5)    Dream More Info...
6)    2 Bad Habits More Info...
7)    Quits More Info...
8)    Think It Over More Info...
9)    Forget About Me More Info...
10)    Didn't Break Me More Info...
 

Album: Dream *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Dollar Bill More Info...
2)    Begin Again More Info...
3)    Clothes Don't Make a Man More Info...
4)    Magnet More Info...
5)    Dream More Info...
6)    2 Bad Habits More Info...
7)    Quits More Info...
8)    Think It Over More Info...
9)    Forget About Me More Info...
10)    Didn't Break Me More Info...
 
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  • Recording information: Conway Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Lair Studios L.A, CA; Penn Station Recording, Lithia Springs, GA; The Heavyweights Studios; The Writers Room, Atlanta, GA.
  • Photographer: Breyona Holt.
  • From her solo R&B debut in 1999 through the release of her sixth album in 2012, Angie Stone issued a new studio set every two or three years. Despite being as occupied as ever on-stage and on the big and small screens, the singer kept her recording routine intact with her seventh album. Not even a bumpy reality TV experience and a domestic aggravated assault charge -- the result of an altercation with her daughter -- threw her off her routine, though she did consider ending her three-decade music career. Following short stints with the Stax and Saguaro Road labels, she fell in with Shanachie, a stable haven for R&B artists of her caliber, through an alliance with supporter and Stone Love collaborator Walter Millsap III. Millsap and Stone co-wrote the majority of these ten songs with a core group that included Candice Nelson, Balewa Muhammad, and Teak Underdue, among others. While it doesn't sound as big-budgeted as her earlier releases, Dream is very much in line with Stone's discography, neither straight retro-soul nor pop-oriented contemporary R&B, though it does lean closer to the former. Flirty opener "Dollar Bill" coasts on a boogie groove reminiscent of Slave's "Watching You" (and therefore Odyssey's "Inside Out"), and it sets the tone for a concise album where the singer covers a lot of ground, batting her eyelashes, declaring devotion, seeking affirmation, repairing a relationship, and scolding an immature lover. The songs on which she and Nelson make like a mid-'60s soul-pop duo help the album stand out, while the contemporary "Begin Again," featuring Dave Hollister, is one of the year's finest duets. ~ Andy Kellman
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