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Tell Him (Live)

By: Lauryn Hill

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Exploding into super-stardom, actress/singer/philanthropist Lauryn Hill has become an icon of social consciousness. Influenced by Bob Marley, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, and the whole of '60s and '70s protest music, Hill first garnered public attention as the frontwoman of the Fugees. Their platinum-selling THE SCORE was followed by Hill's five-Grammy-winning solo debut. Hill has since rejected the spotlight to raise her child, fathered by Bob Marley's son Rohan.

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1   Intro Buy Buy  
2   Lost Ones Buy Buy  
3   Ex-Factor Buy Buy  
4   To Zion Buy Buy  
5   Doo Wop (That Thing) Buy Buy  
6   Superstar Buy Buy  
7   Final Hour Buy Buy  
8   When It Hurts So Bad Buy Buy  
9   I Used To Love Him Buy Buy  
10   Forgive Them Father Buy Buy  
11   Every Ghetto, Every City Buy Buy  
12   Nothing Even Matters Buy Buy  
13   Everything Is Everything Buy Buy  
14   The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill Buy Buy  
15   Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You Buy Buy  
16   Tell Him (Live) Buy Buy  

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Album Description

Grammy-winner Lauryn Hill releases her solo debut album, a follow-up to the Fugees''s The Score.
Genre: Soul/R&B
Media Format: Compact Disk
Release Date: 25-AUG-1998

Product Notes

The first solo album by the Fugees' most distinctive voice quickly wipes away the pretensions of so many current hip-hoppers' discs. It does so by both engaging their widescreen ethos--"To Zion," with its martial drums and gospel choir, is as epic a production as has been heard in 1998's pop music--and speaking the plain truth. Reminiscent in its scope of nothing so much as Aretha's early-'70s Spirit in the Dark and Young, Gifted and Black, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill also easily earns its late-'90s place next to Erykah Badu's Baduizm. Even more personal, if hardly any more political, than cohort Wyclef Jean's Carnival, Miseducation focuses equally on her life (especially the birth of her child) and social concerns about the present and future. Its often quiet surface, if anything, lends intensity. "Everything you drop is so tired," she scolds artistically dead-ended rappers on "Superstar"; if more artists shared her vision, occasional eccentricities and bottom-line talent, she wouldn't have to complain. --Rickey Wright

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