Download links and information about The G-Spot by Gerald Levert. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:00:31 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock|
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|1.||Too Much Room (feat. Mystikal) (featuring Mystikal)||4:30|
|2.||Since You Ain't Around||4:22|
|3.||Wilding Me Out||4:34|
|5.||The Top of My Head||4:16|
|7.||Oh What a Night (feat. Roy Ayers) (featuring Roy Ayers)||4:52|
|13.||All That Matters||4:54|
This modern R&B stalwart has always offered the perfect blend of dreamy old-school soul textures; jangly, guitar-driven atmospheres; and slick, modern funk grooves. And oh, that voice — mellow and sexy, seductive to the core. The best "come to beddy bye" tone since Barry White, and so steeped in that era. The vibe on "Too Much Room" artfully merges all of those things and sounds like a modern twist on the O'Jays (where his dad, Eddie Levert, still holds court), but he gets a little ambitious with the sometimes-annoying scowl/screech of guest artist Mystical. "Since You Ain't Around" is all bedroom-eyes fun, his vocals almost a plea. "Wilding Me Out" has a sparse production (mostly just Fender Rhodes and a rhythm track) which allows for one of the clearest vocal tracks on the recording. Levert will hopefully educate some of his fans to the art of jazz with the inclusion of Roy Ayers' vibes on "Oh What a Night." Levert's scatting duet with Ayers is a highlight.