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  • Audio CD (June 4, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: La Face
  • ASIN: B000063TFJ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,483 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Still
2. Put Me Down
3. You Know That I Love You
4. Where You Are (Is Where I Wanna Be-Part 2)
5. Do U Wanna
6. Life Goes On
7. Freakin' U
8. Gotta Get Her (Outta My Head)
9. Guilty By Suspicion
10. Don't Leave
11. Comeback
12. I Hope It's You

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With grinding, hip-hop-inspired grooves and lush sensual melodies aplenty, Life Goes On sees sultry urban loverman Donell Jones lustily tackle every element of love, paying particular attention to infidelity and, inevitably, sex. While his storytelling approach is at times charming, he seems unable to resist the temptation of adding some gratuitous filth. "I'll put some honey on you. It's a sticky situation we're bound to get into," he purrs on "Don't Leave." But, despite the occasional lack of subtlety, Life Goes On packs some finely crafted midtempo moments, such as "Still," dreamy ballads like "Where You Are (Is Where I Wanna Be)," and even some feisty funk-fueled dance ("Freakin' U"). Simply irresistible. --Christopher Barrett

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You gotta go buy this one.
Eric Brown
This is a very good album, solid, well worth the purchase and it's consistent with his other albums.
S. Dorsey
A definite must have for the c.d. collection.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Highsmith on June 13, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Donell Jones has been in the r&b game for a little while now. His debut CD, "My Heart" was released in 1996. His 1st 2 singles, "In The Hood" and "Knocks Me Off My Feet", a Stevie Wonder remake, threw me off a little bit so I wasn't feelin' Donell Jones too much when he first came out. His 2nd disc, "Where I Wanna Be", is what turned me on to Donell Jones. I was able to relate to a lot of the songs that were on this CD, plus the soulful and sensual songs didn't hurt at all. The 1st single, "Shorty (Got Her Eyes On Me)" didn't get a lot of airplay but was still a nice song. His big break came with the release of the uptempo jam, "U Know What's Up" w/Left Eye from TLC. (RIP) This Eddie F and Darren Lighty song was definitely a hot song and propelled "Where I Wanna Be" into platinum status. Once I played the CD out which also included good songs like the title track, "Have You Seen Her", "He Won't Hurt You", and "All This Luv", I decided to go ahead and purchase his first CD, which is better than a lot of people think. There are a lot of nice, sensual slow jams on that CD as well. The 3rd time around, Donell Jones is back with "Life Goes On". I agree with reviewer "Tony" in saying that this is his best effort ever. He has stayed with the same formula as "Where I Wanna Be" but he has turned things up a notch on this release. The CD starts off with a bang on "Still". This scorchin' uptempo jam should be the next single for sure. Donell is well known for his slow jams but this is right up there with "U Know What's Up".Read more ›
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Tony_Tone on June 7, 2002
Format: Audio CD
A huge of fan of Donell Jones' music going from his first sensational but some what over look debut "My Heart" to the smooth-romantic Where I Wanna Be. Donell returns with his third and his best CD of his career at this point. This CD pretty much picks up with his last one Where I Wanna Be but this CD also shows continuing growth from an artist that will be around for some time to come. From the opening track the funky Still to the closing track I Hope It's You this is a smooth silky musical ride. Best moments on the CD when Mr. Jones slow the pace down with such ballads like " Where You Are(Is Where I Wanna Be pt 2) song picks up where his 2000 hit Where I Wanna be left off) The sensual " Do U Wanna", "Dont Leave", " Come Back", " I Hope it's You" all these ballads are great perfect mood setters these songs alone is worth price of the CD. Other noteworthy tracks the first single " You Know I Love You", "Life Goes On", Gotta Get Her( Outta My Mind)
The entire Cd is wonderful piece of work from an singer, songwriter, producer that will continue to get better with each release pick this up you will enjoy this CD
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Carl D. Foggey on July 13, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Once Again, Soulful R&B Artist Donell Jones delivers yet another
potentially classic album. Seemingly picking up where "Where I Wanna Be" left off, the album's lead off single "You know that love you" can easily be a contender for one of the best jams of the summer. Other album standouts are "Where You Are" the smooth and sensual Pt.2 of "Where I Wanna Be" and the heartfelt "Life Goes On" as Jones takes an introspective look into his life from behind bars. At the album's end,three outstanding tracks seal the deal for that special intimate night - "Don't Leave", "Comeback", and "I Hope It's You". This album is without a doubt a must have for your collection.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 4, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Off the hoookkkkkk!!!!!! This is his best work to date. Donell Jones has done it again. If you are a Big Donell Jones fan don't wait to get this. This album is going straight to the top. I just hope radio finally gives him his props. He is in a class all by him self. Keep up the good work.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By AG on July 25, 2002
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The extremely talented Donell Jones comes forth with an exceptional release on his third solo release. His wonderful voice clearly separates him from other artists and superb production make "Life Goes On" one of, if not, the years best R&B releases.
The album starts off with "Still" an upbeat and extremely funky song. A great hook helps add to Jones' pleading with a woman if she is still in love with him. "Put Me Down" has a bouncy, almost rap style beat, where Donell explains to a woman that he is willing to give things to his woman, but it should be both ways. "You Know That I Love You" is the best song on the album. An outstanding beat with smooth singing create the most meaningful and powerful song on the album. Donell is not afraid to set his ego aside on "Where You Are" as he explains that all he wants is to be where his woman is. "Do U Wanna" makes use of nice guitars in the beat and he creates an incredibly romantic song. "Life Goes On" shows the harder side of relationships as Donell tells a story of a woman who will not visit her man in prison and life must go on if she bails out on him. "Freakin' U" uses an interesting computer generated beat that will definitely get your head moving. A common theme throughout the entire album is the incredible production that immediately grabs the listeners attention. "Gotta Get Her (Outta My Head)" is an extremely catchy song as Jones tries to quit thinking about a girl who he still wants to be with. "Guilty By Suspicion" is one of the more meaningful songs as Donell is put in a precarious situation because his girlfriend is accusing him of cheating based on suspicion, but Donell cannot do anything because he is afraid she will not believe him. "Don't Leave" is an extremely smooth and again another very catchy song.
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