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Inspired by discovering that some of her family roots are in New Orleans, a city with which she has long felt a deep spiritual connection, Teena Marie frames Congo Square around the Crescent City. It's her third solid album of the decade, but somewhat ironically, it's not on the New Orleans-based Cash Money, the home of 2004's La Doña and 2006's Sapphire, but Memphis' Stax. Like her two prior albums, Congo Square is a long, sprawling set of songs with plenty of room left for guests who share, never steal, the spotlight. Its center, naturally, is the title song, where Marie pays tribute to several generations of music legends (from Louis Armstrong to Erykah Badu), as well as the slaves who gathered to dance and play music at Congo Square. If anything, the whole set projects a sense of comfort, whether romantic or spiritual, maintaining a mellow sound that stimulates far more often than it does not. Singers half Marie's age could make a killing off some of the hooks, especially the ones deployed throughout the first four songs and "Milk 'n Honey," another showcase for her daughter Rose. What is most remarkable about Congo Square is how Marie continues to fly around in her private orbit, indulging her ambitious whims, while sounding every bit contemporary.

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Lady T is back & better then ever. I can't wait to see her in Philly for the Jazz Fest. It's time to give her a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame. Faith Evans vocals on this album show maturity and the sound is so rich and clear. I love "Soldier" with Shirley Murdock that was a surprise & a dynamic duet. "Milk N Honey" is hot! and I am about to practice some baby making to"Lover's Lane" which is a classic already & long over due Howard sounds sooo sexy. Teena brought it on this LP. She's the queen of R&B Funk! No one does it like her. O yeah the base lines are tight!


Her music is always good i am so glad that she has come out with a new album the beats are sweet mellow and if you listen to the words you understand what she is talking about in her songs. you go Tina Marie

Lady T. is the Original Queen Bee...Ohh Wee

Lady T, what can I say.She have entertained me since I was about ten years old. Her voice continues to be as elegant and strong as ever.She writes, sings and produces, which makes her a true artist.I could listen to her voice for days without getting tired.She has proven time and time again that she truly respects her fans by producing magnificent material that symbolizes grown folks music.Lady T., the voice of an angel,ROCK ON!


Nacido(a): 05 de marzo de 1956 en Santa Monica, CA

Género: R&B/Soul

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

No white artist sang R&B more convincingly than Teena Marie, whose big, robust vocals were so black-sounding that when she was starting out, some listeners wondered if she was a light-skinned African-American. Marie grew up in west Los Angeles in a neighborhood that was nicknamed "Venice Harlem" because of its heavy black population. The singer/songwriter/producer was in her early twenties when, around 1977, she landed a job at Motown Records. It was at Motown that she met her mentor and paramour-to-be,...
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