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Customer Reviews

A dim light that could have been so bright!

Lisa Shaw has guested on various quality deep house recordings over the last five or six years but, until now, has never released a full album. Unfortunately, it wasn't worth the wait. Despite the odd classic such as "Always" and "Let It Ride" her debut album sounds rushed and is made up of mainly B-Side material. Check out her guest vocal on Rae & Christian's "Should Have Known" for a glimpse of what Lisa Shaw is really capable of.

Quality!!

I can play this album over and over, nearly up there with Aya, What a talent!

Excellent chill out house music

If u long to hear the sounds of San Fran, NYC and Chicago all rolled into one then this album is for u. Fab voice, excellent background house music. Trust me u will love this album as much as her counterpart 'Aya' whose album strange flower is also wicked.

Biography

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Her warm, sexy vocals have graced many a house music track since 1995, but Lisa Shaw's name is still fairly obscure. She's a "house diva" — owner of an anonymous voice that soars above crowded dancefloors at 3 a.m., enchanting listeners, only to disappear a few minutes later. Anyone who's ever gone clubbing has probably heard her — possibly more than once. Shaw is nearly ubiquitous in the house music scene. She's collaborated with...
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