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Easy To Love

Maxi PriestAudio CD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (July 8, 2014)
  • Original Release Date: 2014
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: INGROOVES
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,763 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Easy To Love
2. Loving You Is Easy
3. Every Little Thing
4. If I Gave My Heart to You
5. Gravity
6. Without A Woman
7. Holiday
8. Bubble My Way
9. Your Love to Me
10. I Could Be The One
11. Hearts Across the World

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Maxi Priest is a respected name among music fans everywhere with chart topping hits and Pop/R&B flavored classics to his credit. Now, Maxi is back with his first new studio album in 5 years titled Easy To Love. The album is 12 new songs highlighting Maxi's earliest musical influences; roots and lover's rock reggae. The album features reggae music luminaries Sly & Robbie, Clive Hunt and Beres Hammond with a guest vocal on the R&B flavored Without A Woman

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun, feel-good music August 17, 2014
Format:Audio CD
The perfect summer album, and good for all seasons. This is the first Maxi Priest album I've purchased, though of course I've heard him for years and particularly like his blockbuster hit, "Close to You."

This is a great one, I really like the title track, the remake of John Mayer's "Gravity" (better than the original) and my favorite song on the album, "Your Love to Me" -- just an awesome, feel good song. Many great songs on this album, a real uplifting piece of work and it's glad to see Maxi back in the game a bit more.

I'm of the opposite theory of the reggae lover in that Maxi doesn't always play reggae. I'm in favor of this as so much reggae sounds the same. While Maxi does play a lot of reggae, he also mixes it up with other styles, genres, and good re-makes of old hits.

This is a fine album.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Maxi Priest is finally back doing Reggae July 13, 2014
By Krikon
Format:Audio CD
It's funny, im very mixed when it comes to "Maxi Priest" and his music. He is one of my favorite and least favorite artists at the same time. If you're not a die-hard music fan you probably don't care when an artist you like does something you think is bad but it annoys the crap out of me. I love his first album with all of my heart just like i hate most of the stuff he released after his debut "You're safe". If lucky I get 2-3 songs an album i like from his later releases and that really is if im LUCKY.

Normally i wouldn't even bother to review a "Maxi Priest" album as im into Reggae and not pop but this new release kinda signifies a return to his roots and a more Reggae centered sound. He has never been a "Roots Reggae" artist and criticizing him for it would not make sense. A return to str8 Brittish "Lovers rock" is however not anything i see as unrealistic and im excited to check out this album and what it could hint about the future for "Maxi Priest".

It start out with the title track "Easy to love" and i would say that could refer to the reactions one may have of the song as well as the woman he is singing about. It's very pleasant, summery and bubbly. You get in a good mood hearing it, "Maxi Priest's" voice is as smooth and great as it has always been and has definitely not deteriorated over the years.It has that commercial Pop vibe while still sounding authentic enough for the Reggae crowd. I couldn't be happier with how this album is starting out.

The second song, "Loving you is easy" is more of a slow jam and im not feeling it as much as the first tune although it's still a good song. It just don't have the catchy energy as the first song does but that may be more of a personal opinion than a fact, you might disagree.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Back to Basic August 19, 2014
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GREAT album!!! You will not regret purchasing this album. Maxi did it again. Total niceness and this album makes you feel like falling in Love. ;-)
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For a good part of my life,the name Maxi Priest has come up over and over again. In fact the first a reggae song I ever heard was Red Red Wine when I was 8 years old was by UB40,of whom Maxi Priest was a member. About a 8 or 9 years later I was exploring the music of Roberta Flack and noticed the name of Maxi Priest again as a duet partner/co-writer on her 1991 release Set The Night To Music. Recently I heard his name referenced to a form of reggae called lovers rock. What did that mean? Outside being a Sade album title,it apparently referred to a romantically oriented form of reggae. Now a week or so ago,it was revealed online that Maxi Priest was putting out a brand new album. His first in quite some time as a matter of fact. So with my interest being peaked rather gradually over time? I decided to give the album a try to see what particular musical elan this man had to offer up.

The title song,"Loving You Is Easy","Every Little Thing","If I Gave My Heart To You" and "Gravity" are all very bright,sunny lovers rock if I ever heard it-very strong on the back-round vocals,bright horn charts and female backup vocals. "Without A Woman",featuring Beres Hammond is an organ,gospel oriented soul ballad that is basically a very poetic outlook on James Brown's 1966 classic It's a Man's Man's Man's World. "Holiday" takes the sunny island atmosphere to new heights on a sparkling uptempo and mildly ska/pop oriented number. "Bubble My Way" has an equally uptempo flavor with the rougher,more modern reggaeton vocal touch from Agent Sasco.
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