Mary J. Blige - Growing Pains album flac
Title: Growing Pains
Style: Rhythm & Blues
MP3 album: 1824 mb
FLAC album: 1895 mb
Other formats: MPC APE DTS AIFF AAC VOX DMF
Genre: Funk and Soul
Growing Pains is the eighth studio album by American recording artist Mary J. Blige. An R&B album that was released on December 18, 2007 by Geffen Records. It debuted at on the Billboard 200 selling 629,000 copies in its first week. Growing Pains was ranked on Rolling Stone's list of the Top 50 Albums of 2007
Work In Progress (Growing Pains), 13. Talk To Me, 14. If You Love Me?, 15. Smoke, 16. Come To Me (Peace). More albums from Mary J. Blige: No More Drama by Mary J. Strength Of A Woman by Mary J. Think Like A Man Too by Mary J. Love & Life – Sampler by Mary J. The Tour by Mary J. My Life I. he Journey Continues (Act 1) by Mary J. My Life Remix Album by Mary J. What’s The 411? Remix by Mary J. View all albums . Growing Pains.
Track 2 Publishers: Mary J. Blige Music/Universal Music Corp. Growing Pains (CD, Album). Geffen Records, Matriarch Records.
Mary J. Blige - Grown Woman. 3. Mary J. Blige - Just Fine. 4. Blige - Feel Like A Woman. 5. Blige - Stay Down. 6. Blige - Hurt Again. 7. Blige - Shake Down. 8. Blige - Till The Morning. 13. Blige - Work In Progress (Growing Pains). 14. Blige - Talk To Me. Download. 16. Blige - Smoke. 17. Blige - Come To Me (Peace).
Though Beam had clear ideas about how he wanted the album to proceed, he also welcomed and appreciated these gestures of spontaneity. It’s what can potentially make music really exciting, recording music and also playing music, he says. It’s sort of losing the safety net and stretching out.
Growing Pains is the eighth studio album by American recording artist Mary J. Growing Pains was ranked on Rolling Stone's list of the Top 50 Albums of 2007. Starting her career as a background singer on Uptown Records in 1989, Blige released her first album, What's the 411?, in 1992, and has released 11 studio albums since and made over 150 guest appearances on other albums and soundtracks. A recipient of nine Grammy Awards, in addition to receiving a record of thirty Grammy nominations, Blige is one of few entertainers in history to have eight or more albums to reach multi-platinum status.
Listening to the opening stretch of Growing Pains with those stats in mind, it's hard not to wonder 'Why her?' One of Blige's greatest moments came when she "celebrated no more drama in our life" with a "great track pumpin'" on 2001 single 'Family Affair', but, at this stage in the game, she just doesn't convince as a party-starter