Lisa Shaw ‎– Cherry

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Naked Music Recordings ‎– NMN18
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1 Cherry
Written-By – Eric Stamile, Jay Denes, Lisa Shaw
3:35
2 Don't Know What To Do
Written-By – Eric Stamile, Jay Denes, Lisa Shaw
3:13
3 When I
Written-By – Dave Warrin, Eric Stamile, Lisa Shaw
4:51
4 Grown Apart
Written-By – Eric Stamile, Jay Denes, Lisa Shaw
3:38
5 Push-Button
Backing Vocals – Jennifer KarrBass – Dave Boonshaft*Guitar – Mark Anthony JonesWritten-By – Jay Denes, Lisa Shaw
3:16
6 Hot Skin
Guitar – Mark Anthony JonesWritten-By – Denes*, Shaw*
4:04
7 Matter Of Time
Guitar – Ricardo QuinonesWritten-By – Warrin*, Stamile*, Shaw*
4:32
8 Dim Light
Written-By – Dave Warrin, Eric Stamile, Lisa Shaw
1:55
9 Always
Bass – Dave Boonshaft*Written-By – Dave Warrin
4:02
10 Born To Fly
Guitar – Saul RubinWritten-By – Jay Denes, Lisa Shaw
3:59
11 Stylin'
Guitar – Mark Anthony JonesWritten-By – Jay Denes, Lisa Shaw
3:24
12 It's Been Awhile
Guitar – Mark Anthony JonesWritten-By – Jay Denes, Lisa Shaw
4:59
13 The Last Time
Written-By – Jay Denes
4:22
14 Let It Ride (Jimpster Remix) (Bonus Track)
Guitar – Mark Anthony JonesKeyboards, Programmed By – Jamie OdellRemix – JimpsterWritten-By – Dave Warrin, Lisa Shaw
4:26

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Track 14 is a bonus track.

©&℗ 2005 naked music nyc recording, llc, distributed in north america by navarre inc. mn

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  • Barcode: 8 04223 00182 6

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NMN 18 Lisa Shaw Cherry(14xFile, WAV, Album) Naked Music Recordings NMN 18 US 2005
none Lisa Shaw Lisa Shaw(CD, Album, Promo) Naked Music Recordings none US Unknown Sell This Version

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cornfish98

cornfish98

April 10, 2007
edited over 14 years ago
I like to spend my evenings wrapped in the cool, soft beat of gentle company ... and fine, clear, soft-voiced, lady 'acid jazz' singers that caress the songs they sing. Such a musician is Lisa Shaw and so is the treatment of this album Cherry. Her backing group, far from being part of what she has always done in the past, is both creative and well crafted to fit into every detail of her beautiful new style.
And Ms. Shaw is a very pleasing rarity indeed. She can sing passionately with the likes of Sarah MacLaughlin and perhaps even teach the immaculately casual Diana Krall a lesson or two about 'sultry'.
Her higly endearing and detailed clarity, born of the crisp, stop/start, minimalist, musical instrumental style.. contrasted with her very feminine energetic vibe has everything to do with a mature artist putting out a refreshing new style of cool that is as distinct as it is caringly articulate. This is one of the more entertaining and interestingly varied albums that I have heard in a long time, but then again...acid jazz is not for every one, just those moving on from the same old world of classy but repetitive jazz singers...into an all-too-slowly evolving new age.
Put it on and listen intently to the detail, or play it behind a lazy evening dinner party conversation above the city at home...it fits both well....so well that everyone wants to know who it is....so they can listen !

scoundrel

scoundrel

July 22, 2006
edited over 15 years ago

Lisa Shaw has lent her voice to some great tracks in the past, most notably her collaborations with Jay Denes’ Blue Six project. Here, on her solo album CHERRY, she takes the main stage with production assistance from Mr. Denes himself and Eric Stamile. But it shares the same problems with other solo vocalist album on Naked Music: an over-emphasis on the downtempo soul, not enough on the musical aspects. Sure, the title track has a bit of the funk to keep it going, but other tracks aren’t as distinguished. Somehow, it’s trying too hard to be sultry, and despite Shaw’s beautiful vocals, it isn’t succeeding. “Grown Apart” is slightly more upbeat, and it shows by being catchier, as do the moodier sounds of “Matter of Time” and “Always.” The Jimpster mix of “Let It Ride” has all the sexiness that the rest of the album lacks—perhaps house is the best genre to show off Shaw’s ample talents.