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Best of Top Countdown: LaMorris is one of the young geniuses of the genre, much written about here since his stunning debut with the Big Yayo-produced single, "Impala. We can do it in any old spot, We can do it in the parking lot.
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All material--written or visual--on this website is copyrighted and the exclusive property of SouthernSoulRnB. It was the recipient of Daddy B. What ,ady opening cuts of Sexy Soul Songs make clear is that this is not a Southern Soul album in the traditional sense, or even in the sense that the two aforementioned singles--"Ring On Your Finger" and lamordis have led Southern Soul fans to expect.
And that's been it, as far as albums, since pretyt, a long, dry stretch during which LaMorris, however, has dropped a number of interesting new singles, all charting here and all featured on the new CD, including one song, "You Bad," about which the singer and I may disagree. It was obviously a one-time thing, LaMorris checking out how the song sounded on the radio.
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I couldn't see nothing else. It may take a couple of listenings, but once the hook sets in, the song takes on stadium-like dimensions, and LaMorris--singing and talking foreground, backgrounds and choruses--is its impresario. Nice's 'Bargain CD' Store. If memory serves, it just leaked out. Song's Transcendent Moment "We can do it in any old spot, We can do it in the parking lot.
This is the track your Daddy B. Nice's Southern Soul RnB.
Or, the song implies, maybe we're just not accustomed to being mesmerized and seduced by anybody but "bad boys. Browse through all the Southern Soul satirical sketches in Daddy B. And LaMorris, simultaneously singing background and talking voice-over. In the Southern Soul limelight.
Frequently heard of late on Southern Soul radio, the tune always seems a little off-putting with its Strawberry Fields-like, synthesizer-dominated arrangement and vocal distortion.
The experience is rendered with such clarity that it instantly becomes universal: In short, "Impala" the song alone is worth the price of the album.
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On first impression, the song insists on slowing you down, the way the early Sir Charles Jones classics forced you to slow down, and like those early Jones' songs, Williams' "Impala"--initially aired as "We Can Do It"--uses its liturgical beat to deliver cutting-edge approaches to the blues and soul. Change your name to mine, Help take care of your child. You got a way Of keeping me motivated.
I'm gone take you home tonight. From artists, their familes, friends and fans. Not much more than a one-chord chant, really, melodically much simpler than the "Impala" single, which would come out a year later, "Ring On Your Finger" nevertheless jumped out of the radio based on its emotional intensity and its singular singing. With a female co-singer, "5 Senses" is also formatted for contemporary urban radio.
The arrangement balances a classic piano background emphasizing the melody and bass lines with an ethereal-sounding, upper-scale, synthesized, xylophone-style background pregty three slowly descending notes that threatens to overwhelm the prettyy at times, so seductive is its repetitive, lingering echo.
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Above it all floats the voice of LaMorris Williams, a man with a rare vocal gift--and a charismatic timbre like Outkast's Andre' Benjamin--by turns speaking and singing his preyty through the song's exceptionally detailed lyrics. Nice's "Best Debut of LaMorris' confidence and technical mastery are astounding.
LaMorris Williams, according to the liner notes, has recorded a half-dozen LP's, but only one has been introduced to the national audience, via CD Baby: The melody and the vocal willimas exemplary. LaMorris Williams brings the same characteristics to the fore in his "Impala," and Sir Charles Jones himself, now a grown man and leader of the Southern Soul community, has recognized the younger artist's once-in-a-generation breakthrough qualities, even going so far as telling your Daddy B.
And when you ponder that it's the "King of Southern Soul," Sir Charles Jones, producing the cut--"Stroke Lsmorris With A Motion" his only contribution --you're likely to think williama what might have been accomplished in a traditional vein by a pairing of such exceptional rhythm-and-blues performers.
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