Beautifully Human
 : Beautifully Human

by: Jill Scott

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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: At Home
EAN: 0827969277324
Item Dimensions: 4748821555
Label: Hidden Beach Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Hidden Beach Records
Model: 2192873
MPN: 1874727
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: August 31, 2004
Publisher: Hidden Beach Records
Release Date: July 17, 2006
Studio: Hidden Beach Records

Disc 1:
  1. Warm Up
  2. I'm Not Afraid
  3. Golden
  4. The Fact Is (I Need You)
  5. Spring Summer Feeling
  6. Cross My Mind
  7. Bedda At Home
  8. Talk To Me
  9. Family Reunion
  10. Can't Explain (42nd Street Happenstance)
  11. Whatever
  12. Not Like Crazy
  13. Nothing (Interlude)
  14. Rasool
  15. My Petition
  16. I Keep
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Long awaited follow up to double platinum "Who Is Jill Scott: Words & Sounds Vol.1", released in 2000, features 16 songs (CD will have a hidden track not listed in credits).
While most neo-soulsters crank out albums like their hip-hop counterparts, Jill Scott takes a more traditional approach to her craft. Four years after the release of her debut, Who Is Jill Scott, Words & Sounds Vol. 1, Scott returns with the masterful Beautifully Human: Words & Sounds Vol. 2. The album features a collection of lush and hypnotic songs that will make you want to fall in love, live life, and be a better person all at the same time. Lead single "Golden" is a prime example of this. Set to a midtempo groove made for the dance floor, "Golden" is a shiny, beautifully-written narrative about living life to its fullest. The old-school R&B ballad vibe of "Petition" is reminiscent of Minnie Ripperton or early Chaka Khan. However, "Bedda at Home" is anything but laid back. Combining elements of jazz, soul, and old-school hip-hop breakbeats, Scott extols the greatness of her man with a swagger that can only be described as cool. Other highlights include "Family Reunion" and the socially conscious "Rasool."

The album's only flaw may be that it ends too soon, but then again it's always better to leave a listener wanting more. For Scott, being "Beautifully Human" means just that--finding the allure in all that life has to offer and that's well worth the wait. --Rashaun Hall

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