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Meaning Of Life by Kelly Clarkson

Song

Love So Soft

Kelly Clarkson

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Song

Love So Soft

Kelly Clarkson

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Label: Atlantic Records
Determined to regain the platinum card she’d hung onto until 2015’s Piece By Piece. the erstwhile American Idol delivers probably her most r&b album ever, at least in the early Mariah Carey sense – check out the melismatic crescendos and vowel stretching in the electro-rushed “Heat,” gospelized “I Don’t Think About You” and existential title track. “Would You Call That Love” feels even churchier, and “Medicine” belts like turn-of-the-‘90s house pop after kicking off with a Rob Base “It Takes Two” beat. There’s also Michelle Obama-indebted closer “Go High” and the biscuit-and-gravy fed, proudly non-waifish (and Texan) “Whole Lotta Woman” – complete with intermittent rhythmic assistance from Earth, Wind and Fire.

About This Album

Determined to regain the platinum card she’d hung onto until 2015’s Piece By Piece. the erstwhile American Idol delivers probably her most r&b album ever, at least in the early Mariah Carey sense – check out the melismatic crescendos and vowel stretching in the electro-rushed “Heat,” gospelized “I Don’t Think About You” and existential title track. “Would You Call That Love” feels even churchier, and “Medicine” belts like turn-of-the-‘90s house pop after kicking off with a Rob Base “It Takes Two” beat. There’s also Michelle Obama-indebted closer “Go High” and the biscuit-and-gravy fed, proudly non-waifish (and Texan) “Whole Lotta Woman” – complete with intermittent rhythmic assistance from Earth, Wind and Fire.

Songs

About This Album

Determined to regain the platinum card she’d hung onto until 2015’s Piece By Piece. the erstwhile American Idol delivers probably her most r&b album ever, at least in the early Mariah Carey sense – check out the melismatic crescendos and vowel stretching in the electro-rushed “Heat,” gospelized “I Don’t Think About You” and existential title track. “Would You Call That Love” feels even churchier, and “Medicine” belts like turn-of-the-‘90s house pop after kicking off with a Rob Base “It Takes Two” beat. There’s also Michelle Obama-indebted closer “Go High” and the biscuit-and-gravy fed, proudly non-waifish (and Texan) “Whole Lotta Woman” – complete with intermittent rhythmic assistance from Earth, Wind and Fire.