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Friday, 14 August 2009

E G Daily - Wild Child - Album

The Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter and actress E.G. Daily is best known for her 1986 hit 'Say It, Say It,' a Madonna-ish urban/dance-pop gem that was produced by Jellybean Benitez and co-written by Stephen Bray.

E.G. Daily is a perfect example of an artist whose biggest hit is not representative of her overall output. Anyone who has heard Daily's debut album, 'Wild Child', learned that most of the songs are neither urban contemporary nor dance-pop; overall, Wild Child is a pop/rock album.

The LP's most dance-oriented tracks are 'Say It, Say It' and an inspired cover of Donna Summer's 1979 classic 'Sunset People,' which has a strong Euro-dance flavor. Daily updates the tune, making it relevant to the hi-NRG scene of 1986. But the rest of the tracks are straight-up pop/rock; that is true whether Daily's producer is Harold Faltermeyer on 'Love in the Shadows' and 'Is Anybody Home?' or Keith Forsey on 'Waiting.'

In the 1980s, Faltermeyer was no stranger to dance-pop -- in fact, he produced Daily's 'Sunset People' remake. But 'Love in the Shadows' and 'Is Anybody Home?' are fine examples of what he can do as a pop/rock producer.

Click the link below to download an expanded version of the album:

01 - Is Anybody Home
02 - Little Toy
03 - Love In The Shadows
04 - Just For You
05 - Hey There Rocky
06 - Say It, Say It
07 - Wild Child
08 - Don't Let Them Take The Child Away
09 - Waiting
10 - Sunset People
11 - One Way Love (Better Off Dead)
12 - A Little Luck
13 - Say It, Say It (Extended Version)
14 - Mind Over Matter
15 - Love In The Shadows (Remix)
16 - Shake It Up
17 - I'm Hot Tonight
18 - Seduction


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