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One Love [Kimberley Locke]

  • 1. 8th World Wonder
    2. Have You Ever Been in Love
    3. Wrong
    4. I Could
    5. Without You
    6. It's Alright
    7. Coulda Been
    8. Before
    9. You've Changed
    10. Now I Can Fly
    11. I Can't Make You Love Me
    12. Somewhere Over the Rainbow
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 78845

  • Credits

    Personnel: Kimberley Locke, Clay Aiken (vocals); Kyle Jacobs (acoustic & electric guitars); Phil Moak (electric guitar); Kamil Rustan (guitar, programming); Shannon Sanders (trumpet, keyboards, background vocals); Phillip Jordan, Jason Freese (horns); Herman Jackson (organ); Mark J. Feist (keyboards, bass, drums); Reggie Hamilton (bass); Dan Needham, Lindsay Jamieson (drums); Jeremy Bose, Guy Roche, Shaun Shankel (programming); Kari Kimmel, Jennifer Karr, Denaine Jones (background vocals).
    Producers include: Shaun Shankel, Matt Bronleewe, Guy Roche, Andrew Ramsey, Shannon Sanders.
    One of the greatest attributes of the reality-TV series AMERICAN IDOL is that it's positively awash in a camaraderie and inclusiveness. Yes, the show is clearly a hard-fought contest, and judge Simon Cowell's snarky dismissal of rejects is a notable feature, but what's endearing about IDOL is the way that the hopeful singers band together and support each other, even as the nation rallies behind their favorites. In 2003, while Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken's chummy rivalry was foremost in the national consciousness, Kimberley Locke quietly sang her heart out and almost knocked one of those front-runners from the lead, ultimately settling for third place.
    However, third place was no dummy prize, as singing every week turned enough ears to garner Locke's own major-label release. ONE LOVE is a treasure trove of instantly engaging pop and rousing melodies that should continue AMERICAN IDOL's success as a launching ground for future stars. Locke possesses a flexible voice and an indomitable spirit that breathes life into peppy, hooky numbers such as "8th World Wonder," and it doesn't hurt when Aiken drops by for the ballad "Without You." On this impressive debut of R&B-tinged pop, Locke overcomes her reality-TV-casualty status to show that she's a performer to watch.

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