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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 15, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mca
  • ASIN: B000002OUA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,841 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Her voice is so smooth and sultry.
The Secretary
All in all, i would recommend this for any one's collection that enjoys real R&B, Love songs & Love.
I have all of Chante Moore's albums and this is by far the best.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By John Jones on June 23, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Her sultry debut, "Precious," was perfectly acceptable, but on her sophomore release "A Love Supreme," Chante Moore spread her wings and absolutely soared. Masterfully combining classic and modern elements of R&B, Chante created one of the most memorable soul albums of the 90's.
The most noticeable improvement over its predecessor is the number of thick, solid midtempo grooves, whereas her debut was largely stuck in ultra-slow ballad mode. "This Time" takes the tropical-influenced rhythms of her first single, "Love's Taken Over," and raises the stakes by coming up with an equally slick groove and another set of flawless vocals. A cover of Deniece Williams' "Free" has a driving groove behind it (not to mention a gorgeoud fluglehorn and backing vocals), and "Searchin" lays down a bass-heavy beat underneath Chante's spoken-word stylings (think Madonna, "Justify My Love").
But the ballads are just as distinct and original as well. The slightly-distorted percussion of "Your Love's Supreme" are a striking contrast to her smooth-as-silk vocals, ditto for the window-rattling rhythms of "Soul Dance." Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis work their usual percussive magic on the seductive "Mood," and the rapid-fire verses juxtapositioned against a laid-back groove make "I'm What You Need" a near-perfect gem.
The only true faults of the record rest at the very end: "Am I Losing You" skirts the realm of maudlin, and "Thou Shalt Not" is so bland a pop ballad it's a wonder it made the album, considering the quality of material that comes before it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jesse H. Melchor on August 22, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Chante Moore: elegant, sultry, sensual, seductive, feminine and talented. Chante proves that she's a musical force to be reckoned with her sophomore release. Both her elegant style and music are far beyond her years, yet compliment her creativity and delivery exceptionally. This time around (pun intended), Chante returns with a concept album and guides us on a journey of searchin' for love, finding it, appreciating it and enduring its trials and tribulations.
The infectious "Seachin'" demonstrates that sashay Chante can belt out funky grooves and basslines with the best of them while crooning out both spoken word and singing vocals as she rides the roller coaster of love. Bump this while cruising the streets for optimum effect.
Hang on tight while "This Time" and "My Special Perfect One" render their climax before the ballads "I'm What You Need" and "Your Love's Supreme" bring you down oh so slow. Chante demonstrates her high vocal octaves on "I'm What You Need," poised to pleasantly surprise any cynics out there.
But wait, there's so much more from Miss Moore! Included here is her interpretation of Deniece Williams' and the Commodores' classic "Free/Sail On." In case you may be wondering--yes, she does hit that high note! Also, she goes house on the Alicia Meyers remake "I Want To Thank You," and belts out more funk with the wicked "Soul Dance."
It has been said that this album is superior to her first effort. All of her cuts are strong, well-produced and tightly woven together as an excellent concept album. To those who appreciate a SINGER (yes, they still exist...just hard to find) whose vocal talents and songwriting are not oveshadowed by who produced it, mixed it or whom she is associated with, this effort is not to be missed.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By G. E. Baxter on January 20, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Of course that was back in '95. Out of all of her CD this is her best work. There is not a bad song on this CD. Ol Skool loving still gets played several times in a row on my CD player. Grab this one before its out of print.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By WILLIE A YOUNG II on October 11, 2002
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While I would normally balk at any artist who has the gall to name their sophomore LP after a jazz classic/masterpiece, I commend Ms. Moore for at least recording an LP with enough consistent material to not embarass the legacy of the title. "Searchin'" will hook you instantly with it's tight, flawlessly overdubbed harmonies and Chante's deep spoken work verses and choruses that surge with longing and passion as the track progresses, it's an impressive start. Chante' tops herself with the dub-flavored, bass heavy "This Time", reaching her upper register (without straining)on the choruses and soaring over the full-bodied music with such fervor it will give you goosebumps! The ballads on this release are sometimes a little too sappy for my taste but the tight production on tracks like "I'm What You Need", "Your Love's Supreme" and "Thank You For Loving Me" is so top notch, that most of the syrupy lyrics can be forgiven. "Mood" and "Old School Lovin'" are terrific mid-tempo cuts that give the LP a nicely balanced feel and keep the proceedings from dragging when the length starts to wear on the listener, accordingly, the two final tracks are totally dispensible and should have never made the cut but overall, this is a very satisfying listen. This is Chante' Moore's finest LP.
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