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Additional Information about Funky Divas by En Vogue (CD, Mar-1992, EastWest)
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||Contemporary R&B, R&B
1. This Is Your Life
2. My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)
3. Hip Hop Lover
4. Free Your Mind
6. Giving Him Something He Can Feel
7. It Ain't Over till the Fat Lady Sings
8. Turn It Loose Give It up
10. Hooked on Your Love
11. Love Don't Love You
12. What Is Love
||Thomas McElroy, Denzil Foster
En Vogue: Terry Ellis, Maxine Jones, Cindy Herron, Dawn Robinson (vocals).Additional personnel: Thomas McElroy, Denzil Foster (vocals, keyboards, drum programming); Chuckii Booker (vocals); Wayne Jackson (rap vocals); Jinx Jones (guitar, bass); James "Jinx" Gardner (guitar); Jeffrey McCormick, Les Harris (saxophone); Tony George (trumpet); Chris Mondt (trombone); Michael Fellows (drums); Juan Escovedo, Jon Bendich, Peter Michael (percussion).Engineers: Michael Semanick, Neil King, Steve Counter.Recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California.En Vogue: Dawn Robinson, Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron, Maxine Jones (vocals).This video includes interviews with each of the "Funky Divas of Soul."FUNKY DIVAS still stands as one of the finest R&B albums of the '90s. With their mixture of old-school soul, funk, contemporary hip-hop edge, cool harmonies, and a sexy, stylish image, En Vogue alighted upon a highly successful formula that they perfected on this sophomore release. But what makes FUNKY DIVAS such a winner, beyond the quartet's skills, is the notably strong material.The unbelievably catchy smash "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)" laid a sassy, in-your-face message over a thumping funk hook , and remains one of En Vogue's finest moments. Their updates of Aretha Franklin's version of "Giving Him Something He Can Feel" and "Free Your Mind" (which borrows the hook from Funkadelic's psychedelic anthem "Free Your Mind and Your Ass Will Follow") were also hits, as was the doo-wop inflected "Give It Up Turn It Loose." Surprisingly, the rest of the material is just as strong, making this, hands-down, the pop quartet's strongest release.