Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Marva Wright 2000 Marva

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:07:59
Size: 155,42 MB

United States

I thoroughly enjoyed this CD because the Marvelous Marva Wright, sultry songstress of New Orleans belts out the blues as she has never done before in her new release, "Let Them Talk". Although... what is so strikingly dissimilar, is the posture of confidence that seems to permeate the bulk of the key selections contained in this CD. It is clear that Marva has found "what she had been looking for"...a new and more confident self.

I am proud of Marva Wright because in "Let Them Talk" she appears to be in celebration of new-age women who have found themselves, and are least concerned with what others might have to say. The songs truly represent women, who are no longer easy push overs, stooped over in despair due to one too many batterings. Marva Wright pops off strong, decided; some might consider it difficult, but she, like many of her next-century sisters, appears to have come into her own with strength; enough to handle the load and carry the weight. (Bobbie B)


01 - I'm Still Wearing Your Name 05:14

02 - Difficult Woman 06:15

03 - Love Away The Pain 04:04

04 - Let Them Talk 04:57

05 - The Weight 04:43

06 - Rockin' Pneumonia 04:00

07 - I Been Hoodood 03:25

08 - You've Been Partying All Night 04:04

09 - The Maker 04:18

10 - Server Somebody 05:49

11 - Knocking On Heaven's Door 04:40

12 - You Broke A Beautiful Thing 04:43

13 - Guess Who 06:30

14 - Cabbage Alley 05:17

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