Love, Niecy Style

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All Music Guide - Andy Kellman
Shanachie once again provides the means for a more-or-less inactive vocalist to record an album of covers. Like Ann Nesby's In the Spirit, Miki Howard's Pillow Talk, Vesta's Distant Lover, and Silk's Always and Forever, this disc is a set of favorites reinterpreted by someone with a loyal fan base; in this case, a fan base that has likely wondered whether or not to give up on hope for a new album. Deniece Williams' first disc since 1998's This Is My Song, Love, Niecy Style has been a long time coming, and it's a definite pleaser. It's not just that Williams' voice remains sweet and lilting, or that the song choices -- including Luther Vandross' "Never Too Much," Earth, ...
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All Music Guide - Andy Kellman
Shanachie once again provides the means for a more-or-less inactive vocalist to record an album of covers. Like Ann Nesby's In the Spirit, Miki Howard's Pillow Talk, Vesta's Distant Lover, and Silk's Always and Forever, this disc is a set of favorites reinterpreted by someone with a loyal fan base; in this case, a fan base that has likely wondered whether or not to give up on hope for a new album. Deniece Williams' first disc since 1998's This Is My Song, Love, Niecy Style has been a long time coming, and it's a definite pleaser. It's not just that Williams' voice remains sweet and lilting, or that the song choices -- including Luther Vandross' "Never Too Much," Earth, Wind & Fire's "Love's Holiday," Donny Hathaway's "Someday We'll All Be Free," and Stevie Wonder's "If You Really Love Me" -- are first rate. There's an impressive list of collaborators, which doesn't look too dissimilar to the credits of her first several albums. Wonder, George Duke, Philip Bailey, and Bunny Sigler all guest on one or two songs, while Philly soul vet Bobby Eli produces and plays guitar throughout. Williams and her crew pull off a thematically and stylistically broad range of material, rarely doing much to alter the original arrangements, yet doing so with easy flair.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/24/2007
  • Label: Shanachie
  • UPC: 016351576521
  • Catalog Number: 5765

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Deniece Williams Primary Artist, Vocals, Background Vocals
Philip Bailey Vocals, Background Vocals
George Duke Piano, Soloist, Piano (Grand)
Phil Hurtt Background Vocals
Bunny Sigler Background Vocals
Fred Dinkins Drums
Bobby Eli Guitar, Bells
Everette Harp Tenor Saxophone
Carl Helm Background Vocals
Emedin Rivera Percussion
Nathanial Wilkie Keyboards
Stevie Wonder Harmonica
Freddie "Ready Freddie" Washington Bass
John "Magee" McGarry Background Vocals
Janice McClain Background Vocals
Chiquita Green Background Vocals
Kenneth Gray Bass
Theo Primas Flute
Forrest Westerling Background Vocals
Logan Westerling Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Deniece Williams Composer
Gwen Guthrie Composer
Donny Hathaway Composer
James "J.T." Taylor Composer
Luther Vandross Composer
Maurice White Composer
Ronald Bell Composer
Bobby Eli Arranger, Producer, Engineer, Audio Production
David Paich Composer
Ben Raleigh Composer
Charles Smith Composer
Nathanial Wilkie Arranger, Engineer
Curtis "Fitz" Williams Composer
Stevie Wonder Composer
Syreeta Wright Composer
Randall Grass Executive Producer
James Howard Composer
Paul Wyckliffe Mastering
Danny Weiss Executive Producer
Paul Wycliffe Mastering
Patrick Grant And The Rising Composer
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