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Baptism by Lenny Kravitz Cd

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Item details

Condition
Like New
Style
Pop Pop Rock
Duration
Album
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Artist
Lenny Kravitz
Format
CD
Number of Discs
1
ASIN
B01G64HO34
binding
Audio CD
manufacturer
Virgin
brand
Virgin
Record Label
Virgin

About this item

Baptism by Lenny Kravitz

 


On Baptism, his seventh album, Lenny Kravitz writes, arranges, performs, and produces every track. The trouble with working alone is that there's little quality control; some of the songs here really could have benefited from a bit of that. Not to say that Baptism is a complete dud of an album, indeed, the worst thing about it is its awful cover. "California" has a catchy, power-pop bounce that's actually reminiscent of Fountains of Wayne, with its fuzzy guitars and handclaps, as well as its un-Kravitz-like short running time (just over two-and-a-half minutes). But then "Sistamamalover" veers deep into Prince territory, with a groove that's too contrived, too dull, and too long. And there's some of the self-indulgence of a satisfied, middle-aged rocker apparent on "Minister of Rock & Roll" and "I Don't Want to Be a Star" (it's easy to sing about wanting only "a Chevy and an old guitar" when you're living in a massive mansion). The best tracks are the most straightforward, fun ones: the aforementioned "California," the ZZ Top-inspired "Where Are We Runnin'?" and the Stones-sounding "Flash." Kravitz should loosen up more and leave the angst to the teenagers. --Robert Burrow

 

1. Minister of Rock 'n' Roll


  2. I Don't Want To Be a Star



  3. Lady



  4. Calling All Angels



  5. California



  6. Sistamamalover



  7. Where Are We Runnin'?



  8. Baptized



  9. Flash



  10. What Did I Do With My Life?



  11. Storm



  12. The Other Side


  13. Destiny

 

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