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Performance CreditsMeshell Ndegeocello Primary Artist,Guitar,Vocals
Oren Bloedow Guitar
Doyle Bramhall Guitar,Soloist
Chris "Daddy" Dave Drums
Chris Dave Drums
Technical CreditsBob Marley Composer
Doyle Bramhall Composer
Chris "Daddy" Dave Composer
Meshell Ndegeocello Producer,Vocal Arrangements,Instrumentation
Jeff Patrick Krasno Executive Producer
Eric Dyba Engineer
Frank Maddocks Art Direction
Flem Art Direction
Kofi Toha Executive Producer
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Comfort Woman based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
I have every album released by Me'shell, and this new album is by far my favorite. She is just an amazing musician, and this album, like all the others by her, is a masterpiece. This is the level of music that Prince, The Roots, Cody Chestnutt, Badu, Jag Wright, etc. are all trying to reach. Just an AMAZING piece of work. If you don't have this in your music library, then you're not a music fan.
To most of us Bitter (1999) was a great album. It was melancholy and distinguised in it's neo soul sound. The music even gave us peace to sleep or made us feel sexy. I now have a new favorite cd and it is Comfort Woman (2003) her fifth released. This album is so out of this world that only my gratitude can explain it. I thank Meshell for making some of the most beautiful music and original sounds ever. The tracks that really blew me away were Liliquoi Moon, Andromeda and the Milky Way and Love Song 3.
I call "Comfort Woman" psychedelic soul. It's soulfully deep and lustful and it's Meshell's most accessable album to date. Still "Comfort Women" maintains Ndegeocello's signature bassy vocals, and cut to the bone basslines while allowing the passion and sensuousness to float to the top.