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The Comfort Zone

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Vanessa Williams 8/20/1991

Review

Typically, Vanessa Williams' albums are mixed bags. She's at her most exciting when taking chances and coming from the heart, and at her worst when recording frightfully dull material that is designed strictly for commercial radio airplay. This is certainly true of her sophomore effort, The Comfort Zone. Williams is at her best on the sexy, alluring title song and a striking remake of the Isley Brothers' "Work to Do," and at her worst on the hit adult contemporary ballad "Save the Best For Last." The song isn't genuinely romantic, only corny and insipid. One wishes Williams would stick to songs that are worthy of her, but when artists are under pressure from labels to sell as many albums as possible, artistic considerations easily fall by the wayside. ~ Alex Henderson
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 The Comfort Zone Vanessa Williams 4:0
  3. 2 Running Back to You Vanessa Williams 4:40
  4. 3 Work to Do Vanessa Williams 4:36
  5. 4 You Gotta Go Vanessa Williams 6:22
  6. 5 Still in Love Vanessa Williams 5:22
  7. 6 Save the Best for Last Vanessa Williams 3:39
  8. 7 What Will I Tell My Heart? Vanessa Williams 4:17
  9. 8 Strangers Eyes Vanessa Williams 6:16
  10. 9 2 of a Kind Vanessa Williams 5:16
  11. 10 Freedom Dance (Get Free!) Vanessa Williams 4:15
  12. 11 Just for Tonight Vanessa Williams 4:29
  13. 12 One Reason Vanessa Williams 4:53
  14. 13 Better off Now Vanessa Williams 4:13
  15. 14 Goodbye Vanessa Williams 4:21

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