Ain't Nobody Worryin'
 : Ain't Nobody Worryin'

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by: Anthony Hamilton

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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0828767427829
Item Dimensions: 4550023575
Label: So So Def / Zomba
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: So So Def / Zomba
MPN: MFR828767427829#N
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: So So Def / Zomba
Release Date: December 13, 2005
Running Time: 54 minutes
Studio: So So Def / Zomba

Disc 1:
  1. Where Did It Go Wrong?
  2. Southern Stuff
  3. Can't Let Go
  4. Ain't Nobody Worryin'
  5. The Truth
  6. Preacher's Daughter featuring Tarsha McMillian
  7. Pass Me Over
  8. Everybody
  9. Sista Big Bones
  10. Change Your World
  11. Never Love Again
  12. I Know What Love's All About
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
The acclaimed Grammy nominated soul storyteller returns with his new album that features the single 'Can't Let Go'. Columbia. 2005.
The voice is mellifluous, thick and soulful as hell; it seems to have time-traveled straight from a hot summer night in 1971. The songs are a funky retro soul with modern touches; the obvious nods to jazz, reggae and gospel never sound forced or cheesy. The sound is uncluttered, propelled by crisp beats that are the most modern thing here; damn, the whole thing just makes you want to dance in the street! The press release implores us not to call thirty-four year old Anthony Hamilton "neo-soul," but the dude has made a superb album that's part Bobby Womack, part Marvin Gaye. Hamilton's voice is sexier than a warm bathtub surrounded with candles, while his message is socially relevant in the best way. The title track is the sort of state of the union song that once filled albums such as What's Going On. The only thing the record could use is more hooks; this is pop music after all. In the end, though, Ain't Nobody Worryin' reminds us what an album can be–not two great songs with a lot of filler or some sorry excuse for twenty different guest spots from celebs–but an inter-related suite of songs that moves the listener deeply.–Mike McGonigal

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