First Impressions: The 'Glow' of Amel Larrieux

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

If Neo-Soul artist, Amel Larrieux is doing an ode to the popular household wood cleaner...then this song takes on a whole new meaning. Still I'm assuming that Amel is just singing about the glow of love as new track, "Orange Glow" has surfaced today. The New York native, and former Groove Theory member, is rumored to be issuing out a new album to follow up 2007's covers collection, Lovely Standards and with this track it sounds like she's moving into a more jubilant state of mind. The gut bucket blues n' 70's Sly Stone funk hybrid is like a quick swig of sweet Simply Orange juice, with Amel's rich and vibrant vocals guiding the track along splendidly. Get your nickels and dimes ready as "Orange Glow" is available on iTunes for download.

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