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Already proven as a talented, sought after songwriter and revered platinum-selling artist, Marsha Ambrosius is meeting the next challenge in her already impressive musical career by reinventing herself as a solo artist with her J Records debut disc LATE NIGHTS & EARLY MORNINGS.
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  • Audio CD (March 1, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: J-Records
  • ASIN: B0044HLA7W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (225 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,776 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Anticipation (Intro)
2. With You
3. Late Nights & Early Mornings
4. Hope She Cheats On You (With A Basketball Player)
5. Far Away
6. Lose Myself
7. Your Hands
8. I Want You To Stay
9. Sour Times
10. Tears
11. Chasing Clouds
12. The Break Up Song
13. Butterflies (Remix)

Editorial Reviews

The Grammy Award nominated "songstress" from Floetry, Marsha Ambrosius debut solo album LATE NIGHTS & EARLY MORNINGS will be released on J Records/SONY Music Entertainment March 1st 2011. I Hope She Cheats on You (With a Basketball Player) , was the 1st single released from the album. Her current emotional ballad Far Away is a hit and was #1 most added impact week at the urban adult format. Marsha Ambrosius, a dexterous singer, songwriter, producer & musician started her career in the soulful duo Floetry. Floetry proved to be a successful neo-soul duo releasing four albums. Floetic, the group ' s debut album was certified Gold and Flo'Ology, the sophomore album debuted at #2 on the Billboard R&B chart. One of Marsha's early and greatest career achievements was having the honor to pen the classic hit "Butterflies" for the King Of Pop, Michael Jackson. In addition to her Grammy nominations, Marsha was named BMI's songwriter of the year award (2003) and has been nominated for awards from Soul Train's Lady Of Soul Awards & NAACP Image Award organizations. Marsha as a solo artist is featured on both the CENTRIC Selects and BET Music Matters artist campaigns. Beyond production by Marsha on LATE NIGHTS & EARLY MORNINGS, the album features production by Just Blaze, Dre & Vidal and Rich Harrison.

Customer Reviews

I got this cd the day it came out and I listen to it everyday!
FocusedOnTheJourney
I HIGHLY recommend you purchase this music if you were a Floetry fan, because it's the Marsha that you already know and like, but with a different flavor.
A. T. Smith
I was a fan of Floetry or at least some songs, but this is a really great album, it's relaxing and all around good music.
dee dee

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58 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Gary Anderson on March 1, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
In 2002 I was flipping through the channels and came across Floetry's "Say Yes" video playing on one of the music video channels and was immediately drawn in. The mixture of smooth soulful music, and the pure sexuality of the lyrics was a powerful combination. Add in my affinity for English women's accents, and I was sold.

I went out and bought the album that day, and found the rest of the album, in a rare coup for me, matching up to the enjoyment of that first single. Floetry was made up of "Songstress" Marsha Ambrosius and "Floacist" Natalie Stewart. Their combination of soul music and spoken word was a welcome breath of fresh air.

Sadly, Floetry only put out one more album (plus a live album) before splitting up to go solo.

The Floetic couple's final album was released 5 years ago this past November, and finally we are getting another taste, albeit in solo efforts.

Last year Natalie Stewart put out an album called "The Floacist" which was fantastic. Pretty much what you would expect from one of the members of that great group.

This year it's Marsha's turn, albeit long overdue. Over the past five years or so she has put out numerous mixtapes and been featured on songs by other artists including Nas, The Game, Busta Rhymes, Earth Wind & Fire and Slum Village among others.

She was originally signed to Dr. Dre's Aftermath records, and unfortunately much like the good Doctor's own Detox album, Ambrosius' solo debut has been pushed back many times over the course of the last year.

Now, however, she is no longer with Aftermath, and finally the album is here, and many people are wondering whether or not it would live up to the hype.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By GoddessLala on March 2, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I wrote the following review on iTunes (though I've shortened it a bit here), and I'm writing it again here.

To Marsha: You did it. I'm proud.

Late Nights and Early Mornings (LNEMs) is a superb R&B album by the Marsha Ambrosius, aka Songstress, whose sensual and melodic voice the world fell in love with when Floetry debuted the intoxicating adult groove, "Say Yes." Every track on LNEMs is worth the listen as each one provides the perfect amount of what I like to call "Marsha Passion" so that, when listened to in its entirety, yields a poetic and intense overdose of the woman who soothes her listeners with her smooth voice. To me, this album is Marsha's Miseducation, you know, Lauryn Hill's album that people will continue to talk about and love decades later. The lyrics to every song written (or co-written) by Marsha mirror the feelings we wrote in our diaries. Needless to say, Marsha is so human--let that marinate.

Anticipation: What better way to commence LNEMs? 10/10

With You: This, I believe, is the 2011 version of "Say Yes." Lyrics so passionate and sensual without being vulgar. Who can't relate to this track? 10/10

Late Nights & Early Mornings: The beginning of this song will hypnotize listeners. More specifically, Marsha's voice will mesmerize you and pull you back to that moment after a passionate night with your lover with the previous night's sensual grooves lingering on your soul. Also, this reminds me of a Prince track. Just listen. 10/10

Hope She Cheats on You (With a Basketball Player): This is Marsha's #Ustreamfam's song :) We're most definitely proud of this track. Who would've thought it would end up like this? "Look at how it all turned out now.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Perverted Alchemist on March 2, 2011
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The last ten years have been an interesting journey for British soul singer Marsha Ambrosius. She penned the hit single "Butterflies" for Michael Jackson before she even had an album. She released a couple of successful records with her former partner Natalie Stewart as part of the short-lived duo Floetry. She became the go-to-girl for singing hooks on hip hop songs from artists like Nas, The Game, Blackalicious, Wale and David Banner. She also was signed to Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment for a number of years...and like everyone else signed to the label that's not named Dr. Dre, 50 Cent or Eminem, her project was put on the back burner- when the release dates weren't being pushed back repeatedly. After years of numerous delays and setbacks, Marsha decided to part ways with Aftermath and sign with Clive Davis' J Records, where she released her long overdue debut album "Late Nights & Early Mornings".

Most of the album's production was handled by Marsha herself, with assistance from Kanye West protege Canei Finch on a couple of tracks. She gets outside production on a few of the songs on the album. Rich Harrison produces the title track "Late Nights & Early Mornings", which bears an obvious Prince influence. Just Blaze handles the piano driven ballad "Far Away", a song largely inspired by the suicide of a best friend due to bullying over his sexuality. Marsha's longtime collaborators Andre Harris & Vidal Davis produces the sensual ballad "Your Hands". Focus handles the southern soul sounding ballad "Tears", while Syience turns in the synth heavy "Chasing Clouds".
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