After delivering one of 2002’s most seductive debuts, the Grammy-nominated ”Floetic,” Floetry follow up with an intimate live set that enriches their already soul-stirring urban confessionals with emotionally charged improvisations. Indeed, Floacism ”Live”’s truly sublime moments come courtesy of singer Marsha Ambrosius’ dazzling vocal exorcisms. This dexterous Brit fearlessly channels opera, jazz, gospel, and the blues, effectively placing herself near the top of the melismatic totem pole.
Floacism ''Live''After delivering one of 2002's most seductive debuts, the Grammy-nominated ''Floetic,'' Floetry follow up with an intimate live set that enriches their...Floacism ''Live''R&BAfter delivering one of 2002's most seductive debuts, the Grammy-nominated ''Floetic,'' Floetry follow up with an intimate live set that enriches their...2003-12-19
Posted December 19 2003 — 12:00 AM EST
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