Belinda Carlisle wanted to make classic ’70s California pop in the tradition of Fleetwood Mac, but the ex-Go-Go forgot that beneath the crystalline production of those records were actual songs and emotions. The slickly produced A Woman & a Man lacks both, and Carlisle has neither the voice nor personality to overcome her album’s cold, emotionally sterile core. C-
A Woman & a ManBelinda Carlisle wanted to make classic '70s California pop in the tradition of Fleetwood Mac, but the ex-Go-Go forgot that beneath the crystalline ...A Woman & a ManBelinda Carlisle wanted to make classic '70s California pop in the tradition of Fleetwood Mac, but the ex-Go-Go forgot that beneath the crystalline ...1997-08-01
Lead Performer: Belinda Carlisle; Producer (group): Ark 21
Posted August 1 1997 — 12:00 AM EDT
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