In My Mind
 : In My Mind

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by: Heather Headley

Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0828766449228
Format: Content/Copy-Protected CD
Item Dimensions: 4057020490
Label: Sony Legacy
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Sony Legacy
MPN: AManPro-0053352
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: January 31, 2006
Publisher: Sony Legacy
Release Date: January 31, 2006
Running Time: 45 minutes
Studio: Sony Legacy

Disc 1:
  1. In My Mind
  2. Am I Worth It
  3. Wait A Minute
  4. I Didn't Mean To
  5. How Many Ways - Heather Headley featuring Vybz Kartel
  6. Back When It Was
  7. What's Not Being Said
  8. Losing You
  9. Rain - Heather Headley featuring Shaggy
  10. The Letter
  11. Me Time
  12. Change
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
For sublime vocalist Heather Headley, her second studio album, In My Mind, the torrid follow-up to her Grammy nominated debut, This Is Who I Am, is the kind of soulful, sonically charged diary where lessons-learned meet musical purpose accomplished, grabbing the listener at its mesmerizing center of gravity, which just happens to emanate from the one and only Heather herself. RCA. 2006.
Every couple of years neo-soulsters get to worrying that the well has run dry--Heather Headley, long forgotten since 2002's This Is Who I Am despite a gargantuan voice and a sexy stiletto-heeled swagger, is the latest to step up and offer sweet relief. In My Mind has fun with its title: from the opening bits of the bittersweet title track down through the gospel-lite of "Change," the closer, these songs hew so closely to the major themes running through the average woman's mind in any given 45 minutes that the effect is like letting your own thoughts spool out onto disc. Two-timers, long-lost flames, breakup fantasies, crises of confidence, family dramas, fun with the girls, and self-improvement fixations all get their due, and in a style that translates roughly to "step right up--I know you've been there too." Busting up the diary-ish aspects of the disc are Vybz Kartel, who puts the party in "How Many Ways," and the equally long-lost Shaggy, who shakes Headley's Trinidadian tree on the uptempo "Rain." -Tammy La Gorce

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