Let Them Talk - Roberta Flack - Quiet Fire (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Let Them Talk. Let Them Talk. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart 8. Sweet Bitter Love. Roberta's "Quiet Fire" is no exception. While Roberta created an enormous body of beautiful music throughout her long career, "Quiet Fire" (along w. "First Take" and "Chapter Two") stand like giants in her oeuvre. Roberta Flack is as good /5(29).
  2. "To Love Somebody" is drawn out to without a single glimmer of inventiveness; boring, oh god, so boring. By the time you get to "Let Them Talk," a sort of numbness has set in which is too bad 'cause here the technique works. Roberta comes across with .
  3. Feb 21,  · 2-CDs and 1 LP 2 CDS and 1 LP: CD Track Listing Disc One 1. “Quiet Fire” is an album that was unfairly maligned upon release — I remember Rolling Stone gave it a scathing review. Roberta Flack "Quiet Fire" subtle, soulful, worth a listen. Last edited: Feb 21,
  4. Apr 28,  · referencing Quiet Fire, LP, Album, MO, SD Incredible album features not only Roberta Flack's amazing vocals and piano chops but features the stellar guitar playing of Hugh McCracken and the legendary Bernard Purdie behind the kit. The album is cover heavy but Ms. Flack's spin and delivery on the classics takes the songs to new heights/5().
  5. Oct 08,  · The album is cover heavy but Ms. Flack's spin and delivery on the classics takes the songs to new heights. The seven+ minute version of "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and the soulfully haunting "Sunday and Sister Jones" are the obvious highlights but it's the last track on the album "Sweet Bitter Love" that pushes the record to the next level/5().
  6. Jun 25,  · The album peaked at number 18 on the Billboard Top LPs & Tape, and its single “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” charted at number 76 on the Hot Quiet Fire proves to be an apt title, as Flack’s MOR-informed jazz and gospel vocals simmer just below the surface on the eight sides here.
  7. Roberta Flack: Quiet Fire (LP, Vinyl record album) - Great small combo work by Roberta Flack, recorded early in her career, when she was still one of the -- Dusty Groove .

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