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Solange|Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams (Deluxe)

Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams (Deluxe)

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Solo Star, Solange's debut, lacked character. Not without a small clutch of memorable songs, much of it was nonetheless generic, containing little to separate it from the average R&B album fronted by an up-and-coming performer. Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams, released five years later, is an entirely different affair -- fun, silly, slightly eccentric and, most importantly, fearless. Steeping an album in classic Motown and other R&B sounds of the late '60s and early '70s may not be the wildest maneuver in 2008, but throughout Sol-Angel, there is a kind of frolicsome adventurousness that is singular and undeniable, even when Solange lets loose with the sourness and addresses her false public image. In spots, it sags, and a couple tracks seem more like sketches than neatly bundled songs, yet it's one of the year's more entertaining and easily enjoyable R&B releases, fronted by someone who does not take herself all that seriously, someone who is slightly more concerned with raw emotion and clowning around than technical prowess and polished product. Solange hasn't merely taken Stevie Wonder and Minnie Riperton's advice to "Take a little trip through your mind and explore it." She has inhabited the space, converting into a combination rumpus room/whimsically ornamented meadow/unmanned Hitsville U.S.A., where she can be herself, pull all the strings, and make her album, whether that entails paying tribute to What's Going On-era Marvin Gaye ("Ode to Marvin"), ringing Lamont Dozier (the Mark Ronson-produced, Dap-Kings-sampling "6 O'Clock Blues"), rewriting Martha & the Vandellas' "Heatwave" ("I Decided"), or collaborating with Cee-Lo and Soulshock & Karlin on a laser-laced shaker that is nothing if not clever ("I'm a cool ol' Jane with a skip on my feet/I play as tough as nails with my heart on my sleeve/I'm nothing but a sandcastle/Don't blow me away"). Most surprisingly, she uses Boards of Canada's typically downcast and alluring "Slow This Bird Down" as a platform for a cathartic kiss-off, the album's true finale, one of three songs not soaked in bouncing pop-soul: "I'm not in denial/I'm not suicidal/Not an alcoholic/I'm not out here ho'in'/So just shut...the fuck...up." Despite the mood and purpose, the song -- because of its invitingly insular nature -- is just as representative of the album as the ones that are dressed in handclaps and horns.
© Andy Kellman /TiVo

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Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams (Deluxe)

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1
God Given Name Explicit
00:02:51

Eric Hilton, Writer - Solange, MainArtist - Solange Knowles, Writer - Robert Garza, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

2
White Picket Dreams
00:04:19

Shea Taylor, Writer - Solange, MainArtist - Solange Knowles, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

3
T.O.N.Y.
00:03:52

Solange, MainArtist - Jack Splash, Writer - CeeLo Green, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

4
Dancing in the Dark
00:03:56

Heinz Kiessling, Writer - Solange, MainArtist - Christopher Thomas, Writer - Solange Knowles, Writer - Steven Sanz, Writer - Max Grasso, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

5
Would've Been the One
00:04:30

Makeba Riddick, Writer - Solange, MainArtist - Jack Splash, Writer - Solange Knowles, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

6
Wanna Go Back
00:04:41

Marsha Ambrosius, Writer, FeaturedArtist - Q-Tip, FeaturedArtist - Solange, MainArtist - Solange Knowles, Writer - Kamaal Ibn John Fareed, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

7
I Decided, Part 1
00:04:13

Pharrell Williams, Writer - Solange, MainArtist - Solange Knowles, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

8
Valentine's Day
00:03:25

Jonathan Wells, Composer, Writer - Eddie Smith III, Composer, Writer - Solange, MainArtist - Solange Knowles, Writer - Jessie Rankins, Composer, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

9
The Thrill Is Gone
00:04:47

Solange, MainArtist - Roy Hawkins, Writer - Rick Darnell, Writer - Riley King, Composer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

10
6 O'clock Blues
00:03:36

Homer Steinweiss, Writer - Thomas Brenneck, Writer - Neal Sugarman, Writer - Solange, MainArtist - Solange Knowles, Writer - Bosco Mann, Writer - Lamont Doxier, Writer - Mark Ranson, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

11
Ode to Marvin
00:03:14

Makeba Riddick, Writer - Solange, MainArtist - Jack Splash, Writer - Solange Knowles, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

12
I Told You So
00:03:55

Shea Taylor, Writer - Solange, MainArtist - Solange Knowles, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

13
Cosmic Journey
00:06:11

Kenneth Karlin, Writer - Carsten Schack, Writer - Solange, MainArtist - Solange Knowles, Writer - Bilal, FeaturedArtist - Bilal Sayeed Oliver, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

14
This Bird Explicit
00:06:07

Solange, MainArtist - Solange Knowles, Writer - Marcus Eoin, Writer - Michael Sandison, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

15
I Decided, Part 2 (Freemasons Remix)
00:03:59

Pharrell Williams, Writer - Solange, MainArtist - Solange Knowles, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

16
Champagnechroniknightcap
00:04:52

Lil' Wayne, Writer - Jonathan Wells, Composer, Writer - Eddie Smith III, Composer, Writer - Jesse Rankins, Composer, Writer - Lil Wayne, FeaturedArtist - Solange, MainArtist - Solange Knowles, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

17
Fuck the Industry Explicit
00:03:48

Kayne West, Writer - Eric Sadler, Writer - Phillip Mitchell, Writer - George Clinton, Writer - Solange, MainArtist - Hank Shocklee, Writer - Solange Knowles, Writer - Carlton Douglas, Writer

2015 Music World Music Inc. 2015 Music World Entertainment Corporation

Descripción del álbum

Solo Star, Solange's debut, lacked character. Not without a small clutch of memorable songs, much of it was nonetheless generic, containing little to separate it from the average R&B album fronted by an up-and-coming performer. Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams, released five years later, is an entirely different affair -- fun, silly, slightly eccentric and, most importantly, fearless. Steeping an album in classic Motown and other R&B sounds of the late '60s and early '70s may not be the wildest maneuver in 2008, but throughout Sol-Angel, there is a kind of frolicsome adventurousness that is singular and undeniable, even when Solange lets loose with the sourness and addresses her false public image. In spots, it sags, and a couple tracks seem more like sketches than neatly bundled songs, yet it's one of the year's more entertaining and easily enjoyable R&B releases, fronted by someone who does not take herself all that seriously, someone who is slightly more concerned with raw emotion and clowning around than technical prowess and polished product. Solange hasn't merely taken Stevie Wonder and Minnie Riperton's advice to "Take a little trip through your mind and explore it." She has inhabited the space, converting into a combination rumpus room/whimsically ornamented meadow/unmanned Hitsville U.S.A., where she can be herself, pull all the strings, and make her album, whether that entails paying tribute to What's Going On-era Marvin Gaye ("Ode to Marvin"), ringing Lamont Dozier (the Mark Ronson-produced, Dap-Kings-sampling "6 O'Clock Blues"), rewriting Martha & the Vandellas' "Heatwave" ("I Decided"), or collaborating with Cee-Lo and Soulshock & Karlin on a laser-laced shaker that is nothing if not clever ("I'm a cool ol' Jane with a skip on my feet/I play as tough as nails with my heart on my sleeve/I'm nothing but a sandcastle/Don't blow me away"). Most surprisingly, she uses Boards of Canada's typically downcast and alluring "Slow This Bird Down" as a platform for a cathartic kiss-off, the album's true finale, one of three songs not soaked in bouncing pop-soul: "I'm not in denial/I'm not suicidal/Not an alcoholic/I'm not out here ho'in'/So just shut...the fuck...up." Despite the mood and purpose, the song -- because of its invitingly insular nature -- is just as representative of the album as the ones that are dressed in handclaps and horns.
© Andy Kellman /TiVo

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