A Great R&B, Pop and Soul Album - by Sam Nas
Age: 20 (in 1998)
Album Reviewed: I'm Your Baby Tonight
This album is more 'hard-edge' and R&B then the previous 2. The production is different and more 90's. It's a step forward.
I'm Your Baby Tonight-This upbeat song is da bomb! It's full of energie and the production is BIG! I also love her live renditions of it.
My Name Is Not Susan-Cool & hip. I like the production of this one. I am always in the mood to hear this song. I feel like 'Yo, Whatz Up!'
All The Man That I Need-WOW! When I first heard this song, it was magical. Superb vocal performance. Her voice is so powerful and clear on this one! A true classic.
Lover For Life-This song gives the album depth. It's very easy listening and different.
Anymore-Similar to 'My Name Is Not Susan' but I love it a little less...
Miracle-The miracle is Whitney's soaring voice! The song is great and very inspirational. When she saids "the VOICE" in the second chorus, it gives me chills!!!
I Belong To You-Very R&B and very nice rythm. It's a sexy song. The final note of the bridge is perfect!
Who Do You Love-A little cool pop song. Kind of a sequal to 'How Will I Know'. I think it has become a little 'immature' for me from the time I first heard it when I was (13?).
We Didn't Know-A good song but GREAT artists. The song isn't a favourite of mine, but it's ok... I think it's a bit too long.
After We Make Love-Another Michael Masser classic. When I hear this song, I feel like I'm dreaming. And I simply LOVE the bridge.
I'm Knockin'-Cool, hip & jazzy! Whitney does a great job co-producing it. I like it.
This album is a step forward in terms of diversity and production in Whitney's music. I mostly listen to the album as a whole and I don't skip songs. It's very well balanced. A must have for all music fans.