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Waiting to Exhale - Original Soundtrack Album 320cbr (Big Papi) 1995 Whitney Houston (Size: 168.26 MB)
01 Whitney Houston - Exhale (Shoop Shoop).mp37.86 MB
02 Whitney Houston - Why Does It Hurt So Bad.mp310.66 MB
03 Toni Braxton - Let It Flow.mp310.26 MB
04 Aretha Franklin - It Hurts Like Hell.mp39.96 MB
05 Brandy - Sittin' Up in My Room.mp311.23 MB
06 TLC - This Is How It Works.mp311.54 MB
07 Mary J. Blige - Not Gon' Cry.mp311.43 MB
08 Chaka Khan - My Funny Valentine.mp39.47 MB
09 Sonja Marie - And I Gave My Love to You.mp311.07 MB
10 SWV - All Night Long.mp310.43 MB
11 Chanté Moore - Wey U.mp310.47 MB
12 Patti LaBelle - My Love, Sweet Love.mp310.04 MB
13 Faith Evans - Kissing You.mp37.82 MB
14 For Real - Love Will Be Waiting at Home.mp313.8 MB
15 Shanna - How Could You Call Her Baby.mp311.88 MB
16 Whitney Houston & CeCe Winans - Count on Me.mp310.25 MB
Big Papi.nfo3.99 KB
Cover.jpg81.97 KB
Waiting to Exhale.cue2.48 KB
Waiting to Exhale.log11.16 KB

Description

Source: 1995 CD
By C. Hawkins
This album came out in November of '95, so that means that at this time I had just begun the third grade. As such, when my aunt and mother used to play it non-stop, I didn't even realize the star power behind this soundtrack. I, of course, knew the Whitney Houston tracks because (1)she was in the movie, and (2)her voice is so distinctive, but the only other artists I knew just from a listen were Aretha Franklin, Mary J, Chaka Khan and Brandy (8-year-olds just don't read liner notes). That's surprising, now, because this soundtrack had some of my favorite R&B singers on it. Despite this fact, I've loved the disc from the very beginning, and I know almost every song verbatim--and that includes the ad-libs at the end; I'm telling you at eight, I could riff with the best of 'em.
Exhale - although this is the 'signature' song for the movie, this track is actually not the best here; with that said, Whitney's voice and those infectious, almost trilling 'shoops' are enough to make it standout...9/10
Why Does It Hurt So Bad- this one is also good, but made almost great by Ms. Houston's vocals...9/10
Let It Flow - here we have Toni Braxton who wraps her golden voice around this this airy, truly 'flowing' piece; in some lines she makes you rethink just how low the female voice can go, and I find the dichotomy of placing her just after the trilling soprano of Whitney Houston interesting...9.8/10
It Hurts Like Hell - I always enjoyed this number by the Queen of Soul, but could never sing along with it, because 3rd graders aren't allowed to curse (i.e, hell); still you should delight in how fresh and rangy her voice still sounded amongst all those younger gals (Patty and Chaka, excluded)...9.8/10
Sittin' Up In My Room - this is Brandy's selection: so sweet and teenage it is, in lyric and production; I believe this song was quite popular (I think I saw the video) and it's one of her best...9.9/10
This Is How It Works - my parents didn't actually play this song that much, and thus it is more unfamiliar to me than the other songs; it's typical of TLC at the time, but not necesarily good (more like a filler cut for Crazy, Sexy, Cool)...8/10-->What can I say? Crazy, Sexy, Cool was a good album
Not Gon' Cry - Here we have the disc's other Queen (of Hip-Hop Soul) and here she definitely reigns supreme; this is the standout track from the entire set; the voice was full of pain and power and emotion; 11 years y'all! I was singing this song straight up like I was ready to leave my husband too (except I'm male, and was eight at the time, but you get the point); it's very cathartic and probably even more so for someone who's hurting...on a side note, I'd like to point out that Mary J recorded this song, while she was still battling with drugs: if only Whitney could sound that good on dope; still they have very different instruments and throughout the course of their careers have used them differently, but I digress...11!/10
My Funny Valentine - here's Chaka! With a sound as distinctive and jazzy as her first name, Chaka Khan delivers a truly original and smoldering 'Funny Valentine'...10/10
And I Gave My Love To You - this song is spoken word with a nice smooth chorus, by a woman whom I can only assume is a spoken word artist: Sonja Marie; at eight you don't really appreciate (or listen to) speaking adults, so I never 'loved' this song; still, though you can groove to it, and now that I'm older I can appreciate her gifted speaking voice, even moreso because I don't have one...9/10
All Night Long - this is one of those surprises, where I found out who the artist was later; this song is atypically SWV; despite the racy subject matter the song only comes across as tasteful and sweet...it has some of the softest and pretty vocals lead-singer Coko has ever laid down...9.7/10
Wey U - I was so happy when I found out the title to this song, because before I thought I was crazy; this is one of those songs that you love even though you have no idea What the hell the artist is saying: in this song Chante Moore uses her sensuous rasp to scat to the slow groove; again most of the lyrics to this song aren't words, but it's still amazing...9.85/10
My Love, Sweet Love - I like this song because it is decidedly less high-octane than what you'd expect from Patti LaBelle; yet, it still maintains a goodly amount of soul (because you know, a soul-less Patti LaBelle gets the 'next' button); the climax is also great because it satisfies your need for some 'Patti' notes...9.7/10
Kissing You - Thank God (or Comcast) for the advent of digital cable (the Music Channels), because otherwise I would've never known this was Faith (another singer whom I adore); the vocals are distinctly mid-90s Faith Evans: high and seemingly endless soprano notes combine with the lower ones to make this effort truly unique from her debut album--which was out at around the same time...it is less bass-driven and presents a side that was more explored on her sophomore release; I just love this song...10/10
Love Will Be Waiting At Home - this song is by the R&B quartet For Real, and I'll admit that I'm not at all familiar with them, but this song is amazing...10/10
How Could You Call Her Baby - this song is by another artist of whom I've never heard, Shanna; yet, she was defintely the right choice for this song: her voice os the perfect vehicle for the lyrics; ever since I first heard the song, I could see the scenes laying about before me (in my mind, of course)...10/10
Count On Me - this, the Whitney Houston closer is the best selection featuring the 'diva assoluta'; it is a decidedly un-'diva' effort, however, with it being a duet with Cece Winans. Their voices match up well, and are remarkably similar, especially when they are belting; this song is quite inspirational (if a bit saccharine) and very relevant to the movie; remember if you pair sappy lyrics with amazing voices, who cares about the lyrics...10/10
I could get my graphing calculator and average out my 'grade' for all the songs and give a you a concrete figure; I'm not going to do that, however. All you need to know is it's a 10; and you should buy it.

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Waiting to Exhale - Original Soundtrack Album 320cbr (Big Papi) 1995 Whitney Houston (Size: 168.26 MB)
01 Whitney Houston - Exhale (Shoop Shoop).mp37.86 MB
02 Whitney Houston - Why Does It Hurt So Bad.mp310.66 MB
03 Toni Braxton - Let It Flow.mp310.26 MB
04 Aretha Franklin - It Hurts Like Hell.mp39.96 MB
05 Brandy - Sittin' Up in My Room.mp311.23 MB
06 TLC - This Is How It Works.mp311.54 MB
07 Mary J. Blige - Not Gon' Cry.mp311.43 MB
08 Chaka Khan - My Funny Valentine.mp39.47 MB
09 Sonja Marie - And I Gave My Love to You.mp311.07 MB
10 SWV - All Night Long.mp310.43 MB
11 Chanté Moore - Wey U.mp310.47 MB
12 Patti LaBelle - My Love, Sweet Love.mp310.04 MB
13 Faith Evans - Kissing You.mp37.82 MB
14 For Real - Love Will Be Waiting at Home.mp313.8 MB
15 Shanna - How Could You Call Her Baby.mp311.88 MB
16 Whitney Houston & CeCe Winans - Count on Me.mp310.25 MB
Big Papi.nfo3.99 KB
Cover.jpg81.97 KB
Waiting to Exhale.cue2.48 KB
Waiting to Exhale.log11.16 KB

Description

Source: 1995 CD
By C. Hawkins
This album came out in November of '95, so that means that at this time I had just begun the third grade. As such, when my aunt and mother used to play it non-stop, I didn't even realize the star power behind this soundtrack. I, of course, knew the Whitney Houston tracks because (1)she was in the movie, and (2)her voice is so distinctive, but the only other artists I knew just from a listen were Aretha Franklin, Mary J, Chaka Khan and Brandy (8-year-olds just don't read liner notes). That's surprising, now, because this soundtrack had some of my favorite R&B singers on it. Despite this fact, I've loved the disc from the very beginning, and I know almost every song verbatim--and that includes the ad-libs at the end; I'm telling you at eight, I could riff with the best of 'em.
Exhale - although this is the 'signature' song for the movie, this track is actually not the best here; with that said, Whitney's voice and those infectious, almost trilling 'shoops' are enough to make it standout...9/10
Why Does It Hurt So Bad- this one is also good, but made almost great by Ms. Houston's vocals...9/10
Let It Flow - here we have Toni Braxton who wraps her golden voice around this this airy, truly 'flowing' piece; in some lines she makes you rethink just how low the female voice can go, and I find the dichotomy of placing her just after the trilling soprano of Whitney Houston interesting...9.8/10
It Hurts Like Hell - I always enjoyed this number by the Queen of Soul, but could never sing along with it, because 3rd graders aren't allowed to curse (i.e, hell); still you should delight in how fresh and rangy her voice still sounded amongst all those younger gals (Patty and Chaka, excluded)...9.8/10
Sittin' Up In My Room - this is Brandy's selection: so sweet and teenage it is, in lyric and production; I believe this song was quite popular (I think I saw the video) and it's one of her best...9.9/10
This Is How It Works - my parents didn't actually play this song that much, and thus it is more unfamiliar to me than the other songs; it's typical of TLC at the time, but not necesarily good (more like a filler cut for Crazy, Sexy, Cool)...8/10-->What can I say? Crazy, Sexy, Cool was a good album
Not Gon' Cry - Here we have the disc's other Queen (of Hip-Hop Soul) and here she definitely reigns supreme; this is the standout track from the entire set; the voice was full of pain and power and emotion; 11 years y'all! I was singing this song straight up like I was ready to leave my husband too (except I'm male, and was eight at the time, but you get the point); it's very cathartic and probably even more so for someone who's hurting...on a side note, I'd like to point out that Mary J recorded this song, while she was still battling with drugs: if only Whitney could sound that good on dope; still they have very different instruments and throughout the course of their careers have used them differently, but I digress...11!/10
My Funny Valentine - here's Chaka! With a sound as distinctive and jazzy as her first name, Chaka Khan delivers a truly original and smoldering 'Funny Valentine'...10/10
And I Gave My Love To You - this song is spoken word with a nice smooth chorus, by a woman whom I can only assume is a spoken word artist: Sonja Marie; at eight you don't really appreciate (or listen to) speaking adults, so I never 'loved' this song; still, though you can groove to it, and now that I'm older I can appreciate her gifted speaking voice, even moreso because I don't have one...9/10
All Night Long - this is one of those surprises, where I found out who the artist was later; this song is atypically SWV; despite the racy subject matter the song only comes across as tasteful and sweet...it has some of the softest and pretty vocals lead-singer Coko has ever laid down...9.7/10
Wey U - I was so happy when I found out the title to this song, because before I thought I was crazy; this is one of those songs that you love even though you have no idea What the hell the artist is saying: in this song Chante Moore uses her sensuous rasp to scat to the slow groove; again most of the lyrics to this song aren't words, but it's still amazing...9.85/10
My Love, Sweet Love - I like this song because it is decidedly less high-octane than what you'd expect from Patti LaBelle; yet, it still maintains a goodly amount of soul (because you know, a soul-less Patti LaBelle gets the 'next' button); the climax is also great because it satisfies your need for some 'Patti' notes...9.7/10
Kissing You - Thank God (or Comcast) for the advent of digital cable (the Music Channels), because otherwise I would've never known this was Faith (another singer whom I adore); the vocals are distinctly mid-90s Faith Evans: high and seemingly endless soprano notes combine with the lower ones to make this effort truly unique from her debut album--which was out at around the same time...it is less bass-driven and presents a side that was more explored on her sophomore release; I just love this song...10/10
Love Will Be Waiting At Home - this song is by the R&B quartet For Real, and I'll admit that I'm not at all familiar with them, but this song is amazing...10/10
How Could You Call Her Baby - this song is by another artist of whom I've never heard, Shanna; yet, she was defintely the right choice for this song: her voice os the perfect vehicle for the lyrics; ever since I first heard the song, I could see the scenes laying about before me (in my mind, of course)...10/10
Count On Me - this, the Whitney Houston closer is the best selection featuring the 'diva assoluta'; it is a decidedly un-'diva' effort, however, with it being a duet with Cece Winans. Their voices match up well, and are remarkably similar, especially when they are belting; this song is quite inspirational (if a bit saccharine) and very relevant to the movie; remember if you pair sappy lyrics with amazing voices, who cares about the lyrics...10/10
I could get my graphing calculator and average out my 'grade' for all the songs and give a you a concrete figure; I'm not going to do that, however. All you need to know is it's a 10; and you should buy it.

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