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Woman To Woman

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01
It Ain't No Fun
5:59  
02
As Long As You Love Me
3:29  
03
Stay With Me
3:18  
04
I've Got To Go On Without Yoy
4:03  
05
Woman To Woman
3:57  
06
So Glad To Have You
3:44  
07
Passion
4:00  
08
I Cant Give You Up
3:38  
09
I Need You Tonight
3:18  
10
Between You And Me
2:40  
Album Information
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 38:06

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this sums up soul

DJmodernsoul

this is the album that got me in to soul and has kept me there for the last 25 years...truly beautiful

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Woman Vs. Woman!

Bustopboxer

This whole album is fantastic. Even if classic soul is not your thing, "Woman to Woman" (the song) is worth a download. Her delivery is timeless. A little campy, a little funny, but VERY well done. Semi-obscure hardcore soul gem for anyone's collection. "I was going through my old man's pockets this morning and just happened to find your name and number..." Let the catfight begin!

They Say All Music Guide

Woman to Woman is Shirley Brown’s first album and finds the singer settling in nicely to a set of slow ballads, all soaked with an ache that the singer seems born to convey. The title track is the song most associated with the singer and one of the great love-triangle melodramas of the ’70s, sparking a series of answer songs, the best of which is Barbara Mason’s “From His Woman to You.” While not a song cycle like Millie Jackson’s Caught Up, which took the cheating subgenre to its extreme, Woman to Woman does create an insular feeling, wrapping the listener in a string of indirectly related emotional contexts. From the intimacy of “So Glad to Have You” to the more direct “Between You and Me” and all points between, Woman to Woman displays all the good and bad complexities that soul singers found at the dark end of the street. – Wade Kergan

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