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Maxi Priest 7/13/1999


Few artists have explored the possibilities of pop-reggae fusion as successfully as Maxi Priest, who is enormously popular in his native Britain and has achieved a level of stateside success that other reggae artists (with the exception of UB40) can only wish for. His smooth voice and his comfort with soul and hip-hop have only increased his marketability; purists may scoff, but there's no denying his talent. CombiNation finds him working in an explicitly soul-influenced style -- "What a Woman Needs" and "Wasn't Meant to Be" are seductive smooth groove ballads that have no noticeable connection to any reggae tradition -- with frequent detours into muscular hip-hop and dancehall grooves. "Mary's Got a Baby" is a monstrously funky collaboration with Beenie Man (a stripped-down remix ends the album); "Tell Your Man to Take a Walk" takes a similar approach, this time in partnership with the DJ Red Rat. Slow love songs predominate, although they don't provide most of the album's highlights. Recommended. ~ Rick Anderson
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 We Tomorrow's People Maxi Priest 3:55
  3. 2 Mary's Got a Baby Maxi Priest 4:16
  4. 3 What a Woman Needs Maxi Priest 3:27
  5. 4 Back Together Again Maxi Priest 4:38
  6. 5 She Wants to Dance Maxi Priest 3:11
  7. 6 Golden Lady Maxi Priest 4:3
  8. 7 Wasn't Meant to Be Maxi Priest 5:28
  9. 8 Try Maxi Priest 4:14
  10. 9 It's a Lady's Night [Cover] Maxi Priest 3:49
  11. 10 I Only Have One Heart Maxi Priest 3:38
  12. 11 The One Maxi Priest 4:11
  13. 12 Tell Your Man to Take a Walk Maxi Priest 4:4
  14. 13 Here We Go Maxi Priest 4:26
  15. 14 So What If It Rains Maxi Priest 5:53
  16. 15 God Watches over Us Maxi Priest 4:15
  17. 16 Mary's Got a Baby [Neputune's Remix] Maxi Priest 4:18

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