LeJuene Thompson - Metamorphosis

Published Thursday 1st January 2009
LeJuene Thompson - Metamorphosis
LeJuene Thompson - Metamorphosis

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 49267-14612
LABEL: LeCe Entertainment

Reviewed by Dancin' Dave Derbyshire

Following on from her successful album 'Soul Inspiration' this former vocalist with Donald Lawrence's hitmaking Tri-City Singers makes another soulful album. This time teaming up with her husband Cedric Thompson as producer and with this album LeJuene and Cedric launch their new record label LeCe Entertainment. The songs range from the contemporary sounding "The Praise" to the more traditional foot-stomping "I Gotta Feelin'". This powerhouse of a diva includes a feel-good groove "Ooh La La" that displays the effects of God's unconditional love and clearly sings of God's goodness in songs like "Vessels". With her eclectic blend of neo-soul styles LeJuene shows off her impressive vocals by effortlessly lifting the smooth sounds of some of the songs and belting out others.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Intro [Listen]
2. The Praise [Listen]
3. Lost Without You [Listen]
4. Ooh La La [Listen]
5. Touch Me [Listen]
6. Touch Me - Reprise [Listen]
7. Teach Me - Intro [Listen]
8. Teach Me [Listen]
9. Vessel [Listen]
10. Vessel - Reprise [Listen]
11. This Too Will Pass [Listen]
12. This Too Will Pass - Reprise [Listen]
13. Victory [Listen]
14. I Gotta Feelin' [Listen]
15. I Gotta Feelin' - T Crew [Listen]
16. Holy Is Your Name [Listen]
17. He'll Work It Out [Listen]
18. Ooh La La - CJ Remix [Listen]
19. Like A Butterfly [Listen]

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