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Tigallerro
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商品の情報

フォーマット

CD

構成数

1

国内/輸入

輸入

パッケージ仕様

-

発売日

2016年07月29日

規格品番

HBD1B2

レーベル

Hard Boiled Label

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616892418443

作品の情報
メイン
アーティスト
Phonte
ゲスト
アーティスト
オリジナル発売日
2016年
商品の紹介
Spin - "The pairing's formal coming-out party, Tigallero, brings two generations of R&B together into an appealing summit. They compose a breezily casual 30-minute roundelay of grown-folks love jams..."
Rovi
収録内容

構成数 | 1枚

合計収録時間 | 00:36:58

Audio Mixer: Chris Boerner. Recording information: Blue Room Studios, NJ; The Peanut Gallery, Raleigh, NC. This duo's association goes back to 2007, when neither artist could refer to himself as Grammy-nominated. Phonte, then "Phonte of Little Brother," added a verse to Roberson's "Been in Love..." Phontigallo and Erro reunified a few times after that, heard on tracks like Phonte's "Who Loves You More," Roberson's "Picture Perfect," and Zo!'s "We Are on the Move." Almost a decade after their first collaboration, the two completed Tigallerro, an album they began plotting in 2013 but were unable to finish -- due to work and life conflicts -- until 2016. Outfitted with references to Run-D.M.C.'s King of Rock and Maxwell's Urban Hang Suite, it's an album that should be filed in the genre of the latter, though Phonte, at Roberson's behest, raps a few verses. Roberson also rhymes a couple times and does so without overextending himself, offhandedly boasting in the opening "It's So Easy" about fatherhood and creative independence, two states that also apply to his partner, a fellow major-label survivor. Seemingly created without fuss, Tigallerro is made of relaxed yet moving grooves, supplied by a cast of over of a dozen, that often evoke sunny and carefree Saturday afternoons. The two occasionally play around with some commercial trends, but they remain themselves, as grown men who descriptively sing about everyday romantic highs and lows, whether they're recalling contentment or regretting transgressions. Some of the cuts flow with such ease that the depth is easy to miss. On the surface, "Never the Same Smile" unfolds blissfully as Phonte and Shana Tucker trade lines, but then the wistful quality of its Foreign Exchange production cuts through as the song's heart, unrecoverable perfection, becomes apparent. On the closing "Something," over a Daniel Crawford production that is somehow fluid and chunky at once, Phonte and Roberson modestly attest their faith in serenely uplifted fashion. Tigallerro is also a testament to Phonte's growth as a songwriter, arranger, and singer. Roberson is the one with the deeper R&B background, he has no trouble acknowledging the development. He merely accents the Sheldon Williams collaboration "3:45," an early-morning slow jam -- one with a slight lilt recalling Zapp's "Be Alright" -- that contains an exceptionally sweet and open-hearted Phonte lead. Who in the aughts could have imagined WJLR putting such a thing on rotation? ~ Andy Kellman

    • 1.
      [CD]
      • 1.
        It's So Easy
      • 2.
        Thru the Night
      • 3.
        My Kind of Lady
      • 4.
        Hold Tight
      • 5.
        Grow This Love
      • 6.
        Never the Same Smile
      • 7.
        Waiting 4 Ya - (featuring Carmen Rodgers)
      • 8.
        Lie to Me
      • 9.
        3:45
      • 10.
        Something
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