Aaron Neville Tell It Like It Is [Aim] (2-CD)

Tell It Like It Is [Aim] (2-CD)
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CD Details

  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Released: July 12, 2005
  • Label: Aim Records

Tracks on Disc 1:

  • 1.Hercules
  • 2.Strutting on Sunday
  • 3.Tell It Like It Is
  • 4.Make Me Strong
  • 5.Love Letters
  • 6.Cry Me a River
  • 7.The Greatest Love
  • 8.Where Is My Baby
  • 9.Honey
  • 10.Performance
  • 11.She's on My Mind
  • 12.You Can Give

Tracks on Disc 2:

  • 1.Mojo Hannah
  • 2.You Don't Love Me
  • 3.All These Things
  • 4.Wild Flower
  • 5.My Greatest Gift
  • 6.Been So Wrong
  • 7.Feelings
  • 8.For the Good Times
  • 9.One Fine Day
  • 10.Baby I'm a Want You
  • 11.Waiting for a Bus
  • 12.Speak to Me
  • 13.Nadine

Product Description:

Though not as carefully compiled or lovingly packaged as one might like (perfunctory liner notes, no musician credits, no information about the songs' original releases, etc.), this is a pretty good and attractively priced collection of songs from the great Aaron Neville's early and middle career. You won't find any of his hits from the last decade or two -- no Linda Ronstadt collaborations -- but you'll find the legendary title track and his appealingly bare-bones arrangement of "Cry Me a River," and you'll marvel at his ability to make you listen all the way through to such sappy 1970s fare as "Baby I'm a Want You" and even the dread "Feelings." The bottom line remains what it always is: there are few musical pleasures as great as listening to Aaron Neville sing a love song -- or sing an R&B song, or a sacred hymn, or a random page from the phone book for that matter. The sound quality on this cheapo two-fer runs the gamut from dodgy to acceptable, but that angelic voice cuts through the lackluster production without a scratch -- note in particular how the fuzzy, saturated, poorly balanced instrumental intro to "Waiting for a Bus" suddenly loses its ability to annoy when Neville's sweet tenor comes in on the first verse. There are much better Aaron Neville compilations out there, but this one's not a bad place for the budget-minded to start. ~ Rick Anderson

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  • UPC: 752211107824
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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