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Another Day

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Another Day
  2. Miss Celie's Blues (Sister)
  3. Ooh Child/Redemption Song
  4. Red Cardinal
  5. Sleep In Late
  6. Haunted
  7. Melody
  8. I Must Have Left My Heart
  9. Summertime
  10. Sweet Sublime
  11. He's Got My Heart
  12. Another Day (Radio Remix)
  13. Untitled


Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 20, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: June 11, 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Narada
  • ASIN: B000095J0U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,303 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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A fine mix of jazz and.. other genres. Modern abstract, a bit of pop,some Reggae, lounge, torch, even a genuinely new take on Gershwin's Summertime. Very "together" small-group jazz+[name another genre]. Like Norah Jones or Madelyn Peyroux, she takes what she likes from just about anywhere. Must be a trend, this mixing of genres, but whoever said mixing the best of this with very good that couldn't produce fine music? The spare production helps here by letting the mix of musical shapes stand out instead of drowning in overproduced strings, horns and general excess. She doesn't have to work hard to overcome the production (the feeling one might sometimes get from, for example, Dinah Washington) so she can just let her voice roam around the arrangements, using her interpretive skills to weave a kind of effortless magic. Oddly, maybe, her delivery and choice of material at times reminds me of Julie London, whose interpretive skills were underrated by the critics of her day. But Mollie Johnson is definitely her own artist, independent, mischievous, subtle. Great fireside music, or put on a headset and shut your eyes. She'll captivate you. A fine album.
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i came upon this CD in the listening station at a large music store. having never even heard of molly johnson before i decided to give it a listen, and from the intro to track one, the title song 'another day,' i was hooked. there's such an easy groove found here - between blues and jazz and pop even - that just sounds irresistable.
imagine my surprise when i heard molly tackle 'miss celie's blues (sister)' - a song i haven't heard since last i saw 'the color purple' which must have been about a decade ago. and her completely refreshing take on gershwin's summertime made a smile break out on my face when i realised what song it was.
to all those music lovers who've been listening to her for years, you're lucky. to those not fortunate enough to have already discovered her, buy it ASAP. she's jazzy enough, soulful enough, and completely worth it.
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I was in Paris, dining with a wonderful friend at a quaint little restaurant on the Ile de St. Louis when I heard this voice...incredible, strong, authentic...singing Miss Celie's Blues so well, I thought I was listening to the soundtrack from the Color Purple.

The songs that followed were so lovely and enchanting, I was compelled to ask the host what was playing. He showed me the CD and as soon as I left the restaurant, I headed straight to the record store to purchase it.

The music is perfect background for dinner with friends or as an upbeat mood setter with a significant other. Buy it! You won't be sorry!
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My wife and I listened to the album last night while talking and having drinks and we found the music to be wonderful for a quiet evening at home. We knew we enjoyed Molly's voice but we also enjoyed the music as well. I certainly recommend the album to anyone who is looking for an upbeat and enjoyable listen for a quietly fun evening.
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I've been listening to Molly Johnson for 2 years now, and have just returned from Ontario Canada from her dynamic performance! I was very concerned about the future of female jazz vocalists, with as of late stylized elevator music supported by much hype being passed off as jazz; it has in my opinion no fervor. Miss Molly on the other hand has style, talent, and damn it you can feel her love and respect of the music known as jazz in her soul! The sound of her smoky, sexy voice makes me want to sip vermouth, make love and/or cry. Most times however I'm satisfied with just listening at home or driving to work, and wondering what she'll come up with next. Canada's Best Kept Secret, but not for long-not if I have my way! I imagine Billy, Miss Ella, Sarah, Carmen and Betty must be smiling down on Molly from Heaven. In addition the band is absolutely phenomenal!! I have both CD's: "Molly" and "Another Day" and love them both.
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I came across Ms. Johnson on an episode of Soul Food and absolutely fell in love. I had to do some on-line research to find her name and am glad I did. What a beautiful voice. I plan to buy her other albums as well.
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It's a pattern isn't it?...these Canadian artists showing us their purity and poetry--pointing out to US the way? Well all I can say is 'get ready to stand in line' because in this voice I think I hear the future of jazz vocalism. Not to deminish the success of Norah Jones (who I enjoy) but 'please'. If it weren't enough that you couldn't not love someone who'd record "Miss Celie's Blues (Sister) in the first place, then ponder her rendition of "Summertime" for all its originality or, better even, brace yourself for "Melody"--one of those moments where singer and songwriter meet with an intimacy that soars with inspiration. A CD that restores your faith that artistry is still out there rich and fertile and speaking to us--if we'll only listen.
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By A Customer on August 3, 2003
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I had never heard of Molly Johnson until I was watching the dvd of Soul Food the tv show. I had to backtrack several times because I just loved the singer who was performing. I checked the soundtrack from the tv show and her song was not on it. I then checked several stores that I buy used cds from and could not find her cd anywhere. I just found it today at Best Buy and absolutley loved it. I hope to hear more from this artist in the future.
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