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This Is Sandra Cross

Sandra Cross

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Sandra Cross' mix of sensuality and vulnerability was nicely presented on the nine songs featured on this CD. They were both reggae remakes of African-American soul hits and vintage lover's rock-style romantic fare. Cross' covers of Mary Wells' "My Guy" and The Stylistics' "Stop, Look, Listen" demonstrate the closeness between 1970s reggae and "sweet" soul, while "Holding On," "Bear With Me," and "Take Your Time" have soaring harmonies, superb arrangements, and her inviting leads. She doesn't have the power or range of Marcia Griffith or Judy Mowatt, but Cross' love tunes still have great appeal and urgency.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 1963 en London, England

Género: Reggae

Años de actividad: '90s

A native of South London, Sandra Cross is the only girl among seven brothers. She started singing in the Pentecostal Church and led the choir when she was nine. At 14, she recorded with a friend as Love & Unity. Their recording was the first prize for winning a talent show with a song Cross wrote entitled "I Adore You." Released on Studio 76 Records, it was number one on Britain's reggae chart for four straight weeks in 1979; They followed with three Top Five hits: "I Just Don't Care," "I Can't...
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