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Published On: Sun, Jul 6th, 2014

Meshell Ndegeocello: Comet, Come To Me

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Comet, Come To Me

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With a career spanning 20 years, Meshell Ndegeocello has always kept it interesting in terms of music. From 1993′s Plantation Lullabies to 1999′s Bitter to 2003′s Comfort Woman and 2011′s Weather, the bassist and singer-songwriter has moved through neo soul, funk, reggae, alternative, rock and jazz, to include 2012′s Pour une Âme Souveraine: A Dedication to Nina Simone. On her eleventh studio effort, Comet, Come To Me, Ndegeocello captures the depth and honesty that true fans continue to expect from her. Or maybe it’s the voice and bass playing that pulls us in.

Opening with an unusual but fierce cover of Whodini’s “Friends,” we’re then led down a path of coldness, heartache and pain in tracks like “Forget My Name,” “Folie a Deux” and lead single, “Conviction.” So there’s no doubt that Comet, Come To Me is an emotional ride, but like any album by Meshell Ndegeocello, it’s simply too hard to step away.

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Meshell Ndegeocello: Comet, Come To Me