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||Deep In the Dark||Laura Branigan||3:54||USD 0.99||Ver no iTunes|
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||Squeeze Box||Laura Branigan||3:02||USD 0.99||Ver no iTunes|
||How Am I Supposed to Live Without You||Laura Branigan||4:26||USD 0.99||Ver no iTunes|
||I'm Not the Only One||Laura Branigan||3:23||USD 0.99||Ver no iTunes|
||Mama||Laura Branigan||3:58||USD 0.99||Ver no iTunes|
||Find Me||Laura Branigan||3:24||USD 0.99||Ver no iTunes|
||Don't Show Your Love||Laura Branigan||3:30||USD 0.99||Ver no iTunes|
Opinião do álbum
Laura Branigan's full, expressive voice shows serious growth on this, her second album. A much more cohesive collection than her first disc, the material on Branigan 2 utilizes her vocals to their fullest extent; and while there were many filler songs on her debut, this album doesn't waste a single track. That is not to say Branigan 2 is perfect, but simply that there is something worthwhile in each cut. "Solitaire," with its quiet beginnings and pull-out-all-the-stops finale, shows off just what chops this singer has. "Deep in the Dark" is sexy and, despite coming hot on the heels of a German version ("Der Komissar" by After the Fire), is different and sexy enough to be welcome as opposed to unnecessary. She does a far superior version of Michael Bolton's "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You," though his version was a much bigger hit years later; while Bolton went over the top with his vocals and production, Branigan's take is simpler, prettier, and shows shades of emotion at which Bolton could only hint. While covering a Who song might be considered foolish (or brave) for so new a singer, it pays off as "Squeeze Box" is playful and sexy without being disrespectful to the original. "Mama," a whispered penance for having given in to a bad boy, shows that Branigan knows when to cut the dramatics. And "Lucky," a pretty, guitar-driven ballad, is bittersweet without being cloying. As always for Branigan, the struggle is simply to find material and production to match her vocals. And, though this album isn't the most mature album of its time, it shows she's more comfortable with herself and her voice and shows enormous promise of what she's really capable.
Nascido em: July/07/1952 em Brewster, NY
Anos em atividade: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s