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Feels Good

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Come On
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This Is Another Day
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Feels Good
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Wait For the Sunshine
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Family of Love
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More Than Ever
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Set U Free
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Vinterlude
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Just In Time
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Lamb of God
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I'll Never Turn Back No More
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You Can Make It - Go On
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 39:25

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They are BACK.

Jeb

I'd kinda lost interest in Take 6, which had been my favorite group for years on end. The old story of getting sucked into label management and exploring new directions and so forth, and I ended up just feeling that there wasn't the same joy and energy anymore. So I was curious to see the new album on eMusic and what the boys were up to. Sooo glad I took the time to download this. I don't think that the tracks are 100% strong, but even the weaker ones are head and shoulders over soooo many other acts that the scale just doesn't work.

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T6 2cool

paulgoodness

As usual, raising unplugged singing to space age. Unplugged in the digital world. Too cool.

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Take 6 Fan Must Have

ACappellaFan

WOW! Simply Amazing! This is the best album I've ever heard, and I've been listening to all types of music for over half a century. Take 6 fans will love how they've gone back to their a cappella roots. And there are enough different types of songs here to make every one else a Take 6 fan. Well worth the wait since their last album!

They Say All Music Guide

Four years after their last major-label release, inspirational a cappella group Take 6 returns with their first self-released album. Their last album for Warner Brothers, 2002′s Beautiful World, was a muddle of pop covers and mild gospel with some ill-advised forays into smooth jazz instrumental backing that sounded well out of place with the sextet’s trademark interlocking vocal parts. For Feels Good, the group get back to their roots both musically and spiritually, delivering straightforward inspirational tunes with nothing but their truly remarkable voices. Street-corner doo wop, the more sophisticated, jazzy vocal arrangements of the Ink Spots or the Four Freshmen, and the smooth R&B blend of the Four Tops or Boyz II Men are all present and accounted for, and the material is both perfectly arranged and delivered with passionate, devotional intensity. Feels Good is a welcome comeback for a group that had been unfairly marginalized during its major-label tenure. – Stewart Mason

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