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Morning After Import

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  • Audio CD (Nov. 18 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Bmg
  • ASIN: B00006JLBU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews
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Japanese version featuring a bonus track

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A rare Canadian among the R&B elite, Deborah Cox is also notable as one of the few certified divas to write or cowrite her own songs. With her reputation thus established, Cox boldly pushes into a new direction on The Morning After, offering comparatively few ballads as well as two songs aimed straight at the dance floor: the percussive rump-shaker "Up & Down (In & Out)" and the wildly caffeinated "Mr. Lonely." That both appear in myriad remixed versions on an accompanying CD makes Cox's intent clear. Still, fans of the singer's earlier, softer sounds aren't completely shut out. "Hurt So Much" is anguish as a state of mind, while the lush, octave-defying "Play Your Part" puts the passive-aggressive relationship into focus. Sisters get an anthem in "Starting with You," which best captures Cox's overriding messages of affirmation and individuality. Of course, with a voice this boundless and beautiful, Cox could make the white pages sound tingly. That she strives for something more makes The Morning After worth hearing. --Kim Hughes --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Customer Reviews

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Format: Audio CD
I saw Deborah Cox when she debuted. There was a very cheap, but very packed concert in Hampton, VA. (Wow, those were the days.) She'd sang her heart out. I bought her CD and loved it. Her second CD surfaced and just because I knew she could really sing, I bought that, too. And, I was not disappointed at all. I can't understand why Deborah Cox doesn't blow up like she should. She has a phenomenal voice. The songs are well-written and the beats are tight. What are people doing...buying this other wanna-be stuff?! They're going crazy, that's what. The Morning After starts off with "Up and Down" which is a perfect song to get your groove to. And the remix w/Mr. Cutie Pie, himself, Jadakiss is even better. I like the title cut, "The Morning After," too. Her strong voice compels her new beau to consider staying with her after "last night," I'm sure. My other favorites are "2 Good 2 Be True," "Just A Dance," "Oh My Gosh," and "Play Your Part." I hope she tops the charts this time. She deserves it.
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Format: Audio CD
I stumbled across and old recording of "We Can't Be Friends", and I wondered where in the world Deborah Cox had gone. I've loved her since I first laid eyes on her on Video Soul with "Who Do You Love". Last year I caught a glimpse of her on Soul Food when she did a cameo appearance, but other than that I hadn't heard anything.
In Arizona, R&B artists don't get a whole lot of airplay. If I don't hear it on BET (Whom now I'm boycotting because they sold out to 'the man and his money'), or I don't hear it on the radio, chances are, I won't hear it.
I did happen to stumble across this page of recommendations and based on what I saw, I copped my own copy of this album so I could be the judge.
Deborah, Deborah, Deborah... If you are reading this, let me just say that you have truly out done all the other divas with albums out right now and I hope you get the recognition that you deserve girl!
With the exception of the dance mixes at the end of the album... ... I loved this album. No one loves a good ballad more than I do, and Deborah has given me several to keep me happy.
Her voice is strong and powerful, and her lyrics are right on time without being cheesy. She makes Whitney, Kelly, look like American Idol rejects! Her only competition would be Mariah, and Toni but I think that's pretty good company. Being that she writes her own stuff puts her a head of the rest, and I thank her for her contribution to the music in my life!
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By A Customer on Dec 18 2002
Format: Audio CD
Deborah Cox finally returns after a long 4 year wait between albums, but it was worth the wait. She proves she has longevity, and the ability to still create music while spreading her wings. This is her debut for J Records. While the first single "Up & Down" failed to garner much attention, there is much here to be pleased about. The title track (which is the second single) is a nice piece of classic soul, as is the bouncy "Givin It Up". She handles herself well vocally on torch ballads like "Play Your Part", "Hurt So Much", and "Starting With You". She delves into uptempo R&B on "2 Good 2 Be True", "Oh My Gosh", "Just A Dance" and more. As well there are bonus remixes, the Chanel Mix for her 2001 club hit "Absolutely Not" and her newest #1 club hit "Mr Lonely". If you were lucky enough to purchase this and receive the bonus CD, you are in luck! It features remixes of "Up & Down" and "Mr Lonely". Deborah is back thank goodness, hopefully with her next album we wont have to wait as long. This is a good CD, not as strong as ONE WISH but still a strong album nonetheless. Give it a try, give this girl some props she is very talented!
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Format: Audio CD
Deborah Cox finally arrives on her third CD. While she gave us some memorable singles like "Sentimental", "Things Just Ain't The Same" and the epic "Nobody's Supposed To Be Here", the first two full-length CDs were very weak. Just as I was about to count her out of the diva sweepstakes, Deborah takes it to the next level on "The Morning After". There is not a bad song on this CD.
The CD kicks off with the funky UP & DOWN, an uncharacteristically suggestive song about what Debbie expects when the lights go out. Also included is an Allstar remix of UP&DOWN featuring Jadakiss that is even more funky than the original. PLAY YOUR PART sounds like a sequel to "Same Script Different Cast" with Deb giving yet another man his walking papers (I guess Whitney was right about him). Rodney Jerkins makes amends for the awful "I Never Knew" with the very tight LIKE I DID. One highlight is STARTING WITH YOU an aching, gospel-tinged ballad in the grand Deborah Cox tradition, where Lady D shares some of her hard-won experience in the game of love with a dear friend. Another is GIVIN' IT UP a cool slice of retro R&B with a jazzy bounce reminiscent of Stephanie Mill's "Whatcha Gonna Do With My Lovin", the vocal is probably the most relaxed of Miss Cox's career and allows her to take a break from all that hollerin'.
Kudos to J Records for marketing a special 2-CD edition of this package featuring 8 remixes -- 6 of MR. LONELY and 2 of UP & DOWN. The Johnny Vicious remix of MR. LONELY cleverly borrows the keyboard and bass line from First Choice's "Let No Man Put Asunder". The Godson remix of UP & DOWN is nice, too. The rest of the remixes aren't that great -- but it's the thought that counts, and it's a smart way to make purchasing a ...CD worthwhile.
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