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Luciano / Write My Name
Album:Write My Name Collection:Reggae
Artist:Luciano Added:12/2010
Label:Footprintz Music Group 

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Add Date:2010-12-19 Pull Date:2011-02-20 Charts:Reggae/World
Week Ending:20 Feb13 Feb30 Jan23 Jan16 Jan2 Jan
Airplays:111111

 Recent Airplay
1.Feb 19, 2011:New World Disorder
Jah Should
4.Jan 22, 2011:New World Disorder
Disaster
2.Feb 12, 2011:New World Disorder
To Zion
5.Jan 15, 2011:New World Disorder
Jah Should
3.Jan 29, 2011:New World Disorder
To Zion
6.Dec 27, 2010:Happy Hour
Georgia (Terrible Thing)

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2010-12-17 
Luciano – Write My Name
Reviewed by Sadie O., 12/17/10
Rather overproduced but still fine roots rock reggae. Luciano’s gorgeous vocals should need no introduction. Most songs feature backing vocals with good harmonies, but frequently over-use the immediate repeating of lyrics that seems to be fashionable lately, and lots of the riddims seem a bit too dense, like the producer is trying a bit too hard. Still, it’s Luciano singing, and that’s never a bad thing.
1. 3:48 **high “OOOO” intro, then upbeat, uptempo roots rock one-drop, Rasta praise lyrics. Sweet.
2. 3:45 ****pretty vocal harmonies, upbeat midtempo bubble, belying (true talk) doomsday lyrics.
3. 3:49 **siren and soft speaking intro, then pretty midtempo skank, more tragic lyrics (pot bust). Riddim is a bit overproduced or something, but singing is good.
4. 3:42 *rather busy midtempo skank, pretty love song.
5. 3:47 *relaxed midtempo bubble, female backing vocals, rather commercial sounding.
6. 3:36 ***bit of vocal intro, then slow roots skank with nyahbinghi overtones, Rasta praise lyrics. Bit of spoken preaching towards end.
7. 3:23 ****relaxed midtempo skank, spoken intro, very pretty vocals.
8. 3:37 **upbeat, bouncy skank with a hint of nyahbinghi hand drums, love song.
9. 3:38 ***slow, complex and minor key skank, Rasta preaching lyrics. A bit mysterious nyahbinghi vibe, like classic roots rock reggae updated.
10. 4:20 ***electronic chimes, voices weaving around each other, slow skank with very faint drums, wah-wah, female vocals. Swishy beat comes in after a while. Odd song, but it’s growing on me.
11. 3:42 ***slow, rather sparse skank with prominent nyahbinghi drums, female backing vocals.
12. 3:48 ***very slow commercial…elevator music intro. Fortunately, it turns into a nice strong midtempo skank, nice vocals. Whew! Good stuff, after all.
13. 3:29 **intro flows rather disjointedly into the riddim, a bouncy midtempo bubble.
14. 3:44 **pop intro with xylophone, then midtempo bubble, with slow vocal line based a bit on an old BeeGees song… Huh!
15. 4:16 ****big vocal intro with nyahbinghi drums, then very slow skank with hand drums, Rasta psalm. Quite nice, really.
16. 3:29 **big production version of track 11. A bit more midtempo and bubbly and less nyahbinghi.

Track Listing
1.Aba Father 9.Mama's Psalm
2.Disaster 10.Miles Away
3.Georgia (Terrible Thing) 11.Right My Name
4.I Love You Dearly 12.Taking Off
5.It Won't Be Long 13.Talk To Me
6.Jah Alone 14.The Songs
7.Jah Should 15.To Zion
8.Love Light 16.Write My Name