Carr - What a Woman Wants
Ecko Records 1999
Carr - vocals; John Ward - guitar; Tony Black - keyboards;
William Brown, Bertram Brown, and E. Nelson - background
two previous albums, "Footprints on the Ceiling"
and "Bone Me Like You Own Me" there seems
to be some subliminal message coming through with Barbara's
recordings. "What a Woman Wants" completes
this trilogy of recent ECKO efforts.
the writing of Ray Moore and John Ward, the central
theme of Barbara Carr's vocals seems to be of a sexually
fulfilling nature. Get out of the way! This woman is
in charge and she knows what she wants. If she wants
your man, she's going to tell you. And then she's going
to take him. If you got a good man, and you ain't treatin'
him right, she's gonna' tell ya' and then she's gonna'
vocals and just a general good feel to the music make
this a great CD. Barbara's vocals are sweet on every
cut. With the hot and suggestive nature of Barbara's
urgings in these songs, this is the CD you play to settle
a dispute. How would Barbara say it? What would she
do? The addition of this CD in this collection could
make you a winner in your own mind's eye. Trust me,
your girlfriend and your other friend will like it.
I Don't Holler" Wow!
A Denise LaSalle tune! Done very nicely.
"Got My Name On Your Thang"
Wow! Sometimes a name just says it all. I'm not going
into the particulars, just get the CD and see for yourself.
The laments of bad love done poorly are given their
due in "Your Kind of Lovin'
Ain't Good Enough." Seems like all the songs
had a message, but it ain't so bad for us guys, we're
given our due on "The Man
Knows How to Love." The rest of the time
we damn better sure pay attention! Right Barbara?
my views from the Left Coast,