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Vertice has released two critically acclaimed CD's. Her most recent, "All Good" features the radio hit "Guilty" and was produced and co-written by guitarist Steve Oliver.

ALL GOOD

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TRACK LISTING:

  1. Thinking
  2. All Good (cliche song)
  3. Just Wanna Sing
  4. I Want to Know What Love Is
  5. Guilty
  6. Are You Alone?
  7. Somebody's Baby
  8. Stiletto Strut
  9. You
  10. Alright

SmoothJazz.com Review:

A former two-time Black Music Award winner, Vertice Williams creates seductively grooving and wonderfully joyous music for the heart and soul on her perfectly titled album ALL GOOD. The sultry L.A. based singer – who has performed with many musical stars including album producer and engineer, chart-topping guitarist/vocalist/composer, Steve Oliver, as well as Ronnie Laws, Fattburger and blues great, Barbara Morrison - beautifully captures the multi-faceted essence of her incredible versatility when she sings this on her recording, “I just wanna sing… gospel, jazz or blues… share my gifts with you..” She does it all with style, sass and lush intimacy, as the aforementioned Oliver plays guitar, keyboards and bass guitar synth. You’ll be feeling ALL GOOD after a single listen!

~ Jonathan Widran

 

VERTICE WILLIAMS

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TRACK LISTING:

  1. Give Me Your Love
  2. They're All Lies
  3. Just Like Me
  4. This Ish
  5. Love's Holiday
  6. You
  7. What's It Gonna Be?
  8. Just One of Those Days
  9. Lead You Back to Me
  10. The Best Thing That Ever...
  11. Thankful

Fan Review from CD Baby:

Just listening to your CD, Vertice - I bought it a couple of months ago standout tracks are 'Give Me Your Love', 'Just One Of Those Days' and my personal favourite 'You' which has a wonderful, 'breathy' and throwback late 80's feel to it which many of us UK soul fans love so much - a beautiful track indeed and come the end of 2004 when we make our top 50 of the year charts, this will definitely be up there in mine.

~ Roger Williams