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La Doña

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    LOVE IT!

    I'M SORRY I DID NOT BUY THE CD WHEN IT FIRST CAME OUT. I CAN'T STOP PLAYING "I'M ON FIRE" AND "MY BODY'S HUNGRY". THESE TWO SONGS ARE RIGHT UP THERE WITH "OUT ON A LIMB, DEAR LOVER, CASANOVA BROWN". TEENA CAN REALLY MAKE YOU FEEL THE MUSIC. SHE IS A TRUE ARTIST IN EVERY SINCE. KEEP IT COMING TEENA.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    the Real queen of Soul!

    Teena has disappered for a while,, But she is Back And better than ever. Her soulful voice is as refreshing as ever.. Teena is the Definition of What Great music was and should be .. THE BOMB!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Tastefully Sexy

    From the classy sassy cover photos to such romantic seductive songs as "I'm On Fire", "Honey Call", and "My Body's Hungry", LADONA offers ample proof that you can be sexy with class. Old school influences are on display on such songs as "Still In Love" (Al Green), "Baby I'm Your Fiend" (Roy Ayers), and "Black Rain" (mid 70s Dee Dee Bridgewater). On the romantic "A Rose By Any Other Name", Marie and Gerald Levert get down to the business of "sanging", while guest appearances by Rick James, De De O'Neal, and Alia Rose (Teena's daughter) enhance the album without overpowering Lady Tee. In fact, the guests honor Lady Tee by putting in their contribution, before stepping back and letting her do her thing. The only stumbles on this album is the loud reggae-flavored "Recyle Hate To Love" and the sloppy hip-hop track "The Mackin' Game" featuring rappers Medusa and MC Lyte. The latter track is weak not because of the rappers, but the overall production of the song.

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