Paula Clarke | Magnificent

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by Paula Clarke

Lovers Rock Reggae
Genre: World: Reggae
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Magnificent
3:39 album only
2. Aint No Love
3:45 album only
3. If I Had You
3:47 album only
4. Silloutte
3:44 album only
5. Lay Me Down
3:43 album only
6. Rock With Me Baby
3:34 album only
7. Love it So Much
3:41 album only
8. Feel So Good
3:48 album only
9. Peaceful Woman
3:39 album only
10. Moonlight Lover
3:47 album only


Album Notes
Paula Clarke: grabs a nice lovers rock hook and holds on tight on the title track of
magnificent, her debut on the Scorcher Music Label. songs about relationships dominate
With issues and drama, " If I. Had You" and" Love It So Much" showing greater depth.
An impassioned performance, "Silloutte," orignally, recorded by the late Dennis Brown.
Paula Clarke stretch out and step forward," Rock With Me Baby" Shows another side of her
Post music works up-chops, with strong harmony by Robin Keer and Carlene Levy.
The dise show cases Paula Clarke in various uptemo style. She emerges as sophisticated
As Canadian three time reggae award winner. Showing greater depth. An impassioned
performance of '' Tina Turner, with rhythm and blues growl that sweetens up on command
but still fits snugly into a slick, uptown reggae groove. A taste of lovers rock. But Paula's
true roots are shown in her loving cover of "Lay Me Down" Peaceful Woman,'' Other
selections seem chosen because this band (Fire House Crew) makes these songs sound
Really good. In an industry still dominated by man. It's great to see a talented woman as
Paula Clarke move into center stage in style (Scorcher)



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