Not That Kind [Bonus Track]

Not That Kind [Bonus Track]

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by Anastacia
     
 

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As revealed in the multiple pictures in the CD package and in the video featured as part of the disc's multimedia content, Anastacia is, in appearance, yet another teen dream with cascades of blonde hair and an exposed navel (though perhaps her ever-present, and ever-changing, spectacles are supposed to signal a higher intellectual content). But her musical models… See more details below

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As revealed in the multiple pictures in the CD package and in the video featured as part of the disc's multimedia content, Anastacia is, in appearance, yet another teen dream with cascades of blonde hair and an exposed navel (though perhaps her ever-present, and ever-changing, spectacles are supposed to signal a higher intellectual content). But her musical models aren't Britney Spears or Christina Aguilera, they are Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner, and Martha Wash. Anastacia possesses a big, expressive alto voice that her many co-writers and producers (primarily Rik Wake [Celine Dion, Mariah Carey] and the team of ex-Color Me Badd member Sam Watters and Louis Biancaniello, though Carl Sturken and Evan Rogers, authors of 'N Sync's "God Must Have Spent a Little More Time on You," have two tracks) use in updated R&B, dance, and funk tracks. "I'm Outta Love," which just missed topping the dance charts, is an aggressive dancefloor item, and its follow-up, the title song, is in a funk style reminiscent of Aretha Franklin's '80s work. "I Ask of You" is one of those slow, deliberate big ballads that recalls "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" as well as that song's singer, Jennifer Holliday. And so it goes. The only real misstep on the album is the inevitable Diane Warren adult contemporary romantic ballad, "Late Last Night," which forces the singer to rein in her voice, though even then she doesn't really negotiate its lyrical complexity. Despite her toothsome appearance, Anastacia may be too old school to break through in the U.S., though this album has been a commercial success overseas. (The American version has been altered from the foreign one, with a couple of tracks added and dropped.) But Macy Gray demonstrated that a broad audience may respond to an older style if the singer herself is distinguished enough. Anastacia doesn't have the kind of unique timbre that Gray does -- in fact, the minute she opens her mouth she starts reminding you of other singers, especially Aretha Franklin -- but she is clearly a big talent, and that should count for something. Included as a bonus track on this version of Not That Kind is the song, "Why'd You Lie to Me."

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Product Details

Release Date:
03/27/2001
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0074646994825
catalogNumber:
69948

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Anastacia   Primary Artist,Background Vocals
Sharon Bryant   Background Vocals
Audrey Wheeler   Background Vocals
Jeanie Tracy   Background Vocals
Evan Rogers   Background Vocals
Steve Wolfe   Drums
Katreese Barnes   Background Vocals
Belinda Whitney-Barratt   Violin
Louis Biancaniello   Drums,Keyboards
Vernon "Ice" Black   Guitar
Bob Cadway   Electric Guitar
Chris Camozzi   Guitar
Luis Conte   Percussion
Lynn Davis   Background Vocals
Craig Derry   Background Vocals
Lynne Fiddmont   Background Vocals
Ray Griffin   Drums
Gary Haase   Bass
Regis Iandiorio   Violin
Paul Jackson   Guitar
Herman Jackson   Piano,Electric Piano
Eric Kupper   Guitar,Keyboards
Regis Landiorio   Violin
Ricky Lawson   Drums
Ann Leathers   Violin
Diane Louie   Keyboards
Audrey Martells   Background Vocals
Ricky Minor   Bass
Cindy Mizelle   Background Vocals
Carl Potts   Guitar
Fonzi Thornton   Background Vocals
Russ Desalvo   Acoustic Guitar,Keyboards
Joel Pitchon   Violin
BeBe Winans   Background Vocals
Sam Watters   Drums,Background Vocals
Sharlotte Gibson   Background Vocals
Kevin Cloud   Drums
Valerie Pinkston   Background Vocals
Richie Jones   Drums
Keith Fluitt   Background Vocals
Patrick Carroll   Percussion
Rob Bailey   Guitar
Nick Richards   Background Vocals
Chris Goercke   Guitar,Soloist
Gareth Prosser   Guitar

Technical Credits

Evan Rogers   Producer
Ed Miller   Engineer
Louis Biancaniello   Programming,Producer
Bob Cadway   Vocal Engineer
Eric Kupper   Programming
Diane Louie   Programming
Bob Ludwig   Mastering
Ricky Minor   Producer
Travon Potts   Producer
Tom Rounds   Assistant Vocal Engineer
Carl Sturken   Producer
Rick Wake   Arranger,Producer
Dave Zeller   Engineer
Mike Fennel   Engineer
Russ Desalvo   Arranger
BeBe Winans   Arranger
Sam Watters   Producer
Nancy Donald   Art Direction
Jive   Programming,Producer
Thomas R. Yezzi   Engineer,Vocal Engineer
Richie Jones   Arranger,Producer
Bryan Golder   Digital Editing
Hemberger   Engineer
Jim Annunziato   Digital Editing
Patrick Carroll   drum programming
Anastacia   Arranger
Ethan Mates   Engineer
Lisa Braudé   Executive Producer

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