TROUBLEMAN / “Change Is What We Need”

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2 Responses to “TROUBLEMAN / “Change Is What We Need””

Qawi Says:
January 23rd, 2006 at 11:41 am

Ahh…the song that has been sung at many High School Talent Show, Audition, etc. Most use it as its tempo is steady and its range is not overly dramatic. As there have been many covers of this song, most tend to stay with the original format – a serious ballad on an expository trip about life changes. Now if I had to rate each song posted this week, it would go something like this.

Everything Must Change (BOL Calalog version):

-Jones/Ighner – The Original! Solemn, mystical, almost spiritual. {Thanks for the info, as I learned that this was the version that all others came from.}

-George Benson – Soulful and Classic, with guitar riffs to boot!

-Randy Crawford – Classic, sultry, simple orchestration…true to the original.

-Nina Simome – In her own world! Deeper, Bluesier, and Richer! The low tones of her voice surpass Benson and Ighner.

-Carmen McRae – Just as good as Nina Simone but for some reason she sounds more sassier. Don’t know what is up with the Mystical Musical Bossa Nova Interlude though.

-Marijah – Lightweight Reggae… Song sounds too happy and bouncy! I can appreciate the music, but I don’t know why I can’t take this song seriously.

Jkrl Says:
September 10th, 2009 at 2:51 pm

Thank You for the information, didn’t know that troubleman and Mark PItchard is one person.

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