The softer side influences'The Art of...

The softer side influences'The Art of Love & War'

There are 1 comment on the Orlando Sentinel story from Oct 12, 2007, titled The softer side influences'The Art of Love & War'. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

This new album from neo-soul singer Angie Stone is a cornerstone of the relaunched Stax Records, the Memphis, Tenn., label that defined R&B in the 1960s and '70s with such stars as Otis Redding and Isaac Hayes.

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Jerry Bowman

Roswell, GA

#1 Oct 28, 2007
It is nice to see that Pauletta Washington is coming from under the shadow of her husband. Maybe, she will launch her own music career even though she is old to be beginning. After Denzel's alleged affair with Sanaa Lathan bringing embarrasment to his family and an insult to his wife, he should be willing to bankroll her career. This is a nice start with her and Angie Stone. Much success and I see that Pauletta is once again on the red carpet with Denzel in America Gangster. Because of their alleged problems, she did not appear with him in Inside man or Deja Vu...Go Pauletta and Angie. You are both beautiful.

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