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Jesse Powell 31/2/1996

Review

Although Jesse Powell's self-titled debut album retained the services of successful writers and producers such as Stokley Williams and Keri Lewis of Mint Condition, Daryl Simmons, Michael Stokes, and Gordon Chambers, it never reached its market potential. The first single, "All I Need," didn't shake up the charts. With his remake of Enchantment's classic "Gloria," which is unarguably the best track on the CD, Powell is able to demonstrate some of his vocal range. However, he comes up short with style and creativity, lending nothing new to Emanuel "E.J." Johnson's original arrangement and vocal styling. In addition, this track features the original music and background vocals of Enchantment. The remainder of the CD is mixed with midtempo new jack swing rhythms and laid-back ballads that all sound consistent with each other. As Powell's vocals mature, his delivery should become smoother. ~ Craig Lytle
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Looking for Love Jesse Powell 4:0
  3. 2 All I Need Jesse Powell 4:59
  4. 3 Spend the Night (It's Alright) Jesse Powell 4:40
  5. 4 I Like Jesse Powell 4:37
  6. 5 You Don't Know Jesse Powell 5:3
  7. 6 You Jesse Powell 5:19
  8. 7 The Enchantment Medley: Gloria/It's You That I Need [Medley] Jesse Powell 7:20
  9. 8 Ooh, I Like It Jesse Powell 5:18
  10. 9 Let Go Jesse Powell 4:48
  11. 10 If You Like What You See Jesse Powell 5:30
  12. 11 All Alone Jesse Powell 5:42
  13. 12 I Will Be Loving You Jesse Powell 7:8
  14. 13 Is It Over Jesse Powell 5:7

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