Hot And Bothered, a track as sexy and sassy as a La Mama’s Voulez Vous Coucher Avec Moi (or Christina Aguilera’s hotter one).
Let Me Be, a song to imagine Tameca Jones as an unapologetic Soul version of young Rihanna.
Head Over Heels, a surprising version from the live acoustic one we know, actually an overwhelming experience, inviting to a sad slow dance, progressively running into a blast of emotion; cold tears and warm cries.
Sandman, masterpiece of the EP, emotional climax of the whole work. This track communicates so many feels and so much thrills… it’s like you’re listening live to secret Tameca Jones’ pillow talk before going to sleep, before Mr Sandman brings you his sweet dreams and beautiful nightmares.
Bennie & The Jets is the perfect track to end a successful show.
You’ve just witnessed Tameca Jones’ show: Naked, one of the most anticipated shows in Austin,
As after years either hiding behind a band (8 Million Stories) ether hiding behind covers, she’s not only releasing an EP titled Naked, she’s releasing her self;
This wouldn’t be exaggerated to say so, as for the promotion of her EP Naked, she’s been touring, sold out shows after sold out shows,
Making her way to the top, and who knows how long and hard it is to make your way when you’re an independent artist.
Naked is the achievement of a long walk.
A long work for Tameca, as an individual, as a singer, songwriter, for it took her years to write her own songs, and as a woman, a mother (of twins), a lover, a friend,…
All day, everyday, by herself, she’s been working hard to produce the success of this EP and savor the sweet taste of victory with her local booking agent for private shows and her publicist.
Friday September 23rd, Friday never been such a great day to live.
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