Item description for Everyday People by Nicole C Mullen...
Overview TRACK LISTING:
01. EVERYDAY PEOPLE 02. I AM 03. MESSAGE FOR YA 04. THIS THIS 05. MUSIC OF MY HEART 06. BYE BYE BRIANNA 07. DANCIN' IN THE RAIN 08. THE ONE 09. GON' BE FREE 10. WITHOUT YOU 11. DIETY 12. IT'S ALL ABOUT US 13. VALORIE 14. EVERY NATION
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Studio: Word Entertainment
Record Label Word Entertainment
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.55" Width: 4.97" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Release Date Sep 30, 2004
Publisher WORD ACCT# W41160193
ISBN 1901008770 ISBN13 9781901008777 UPC 080688631727
Availability 0 units.
More About Nicole C Mullen
Nicole C. Mullen, is a vivacious, joyful, and relentlessly enthusiastic artist, while maintaining the ability to speak with honesty and vulnerability about life as it is. Nicole has won four Dove Awards and has two albums in the marketplace. She has sold over 280,000 copies of her first album Talk About It and is on the same track with her second self-titled album Nicole C. Mullen. It sold over 70,000 copies in the first 6 weeks it was on the market. And a special tidbit for those who didn't know, she's also the voice of Larry Boy on Veggie Tales.
Born into a Christian home, Nicole heard about and received the Gospel at an early age. She has also focused her attention on her role as wife/mother/minister and now author. Married to singer/songwriter David Mullen, they have two children, Jasmine and Max. They both act as youth leaders in their church, tutor inner-city kids, and participate in Kid's Across America.
Reviews - What do customers think about Everyday People?
Loved it! Jan 11, 2007
I started with her signature CD (Nicole Mullen) and this one didn't make me look backward. I am so happy to have it. She blows me away with how she uses alternative music grooves to send messages that speak to life while we're living it.
Nicole roxs my soxs!! Jul 25, 2005
I just bought this CD and I love it!! I am inpressed my Nicole's power, funky voice! it is encouraging, inspiring music and I highly recommend this to girls of all ages!!
Nicole is wonderful! May 24, 2005
I love her no matter what she sings!!! She has a wonderful voice, and she knows how to draw in her audience. She's fun and gets the message to you!
A teen's review Jan 23, 2005
Wow. What can I say? Nicole has a great voice and writes great songs. She wrote all of them except for "Everyday People", and they are just fabulous. I have her other album, Talk About It, and I have to say this one is a little different. I'd say it has a little more variety... some songs are more rap and some are just gospel, and there are some in between. She has so many different styles in there that it would please anyone. She has a twirly voice that just blows me away, and the lyrics are always touching. Some of my favorites are Message for You, This This, Music of my Heart, Bye Bye Brianna, Dancin' in the Rain, Gon' Be Free, and Valarie (which is like half the album!) I think this album came out September 2004. Overall it's great. You won't be disappointed.
Nicole C. Mullen's Everyday People, A Review Jan 14, 2005
So I recently picked up Nicole C. Mullen's latest album. If you've heard her previous albums, you'll be slightly surpised by this album. Nicole C. Mullen is known for her hodgepodge of influences. She has an acoustic-world music-blues-CCM-gospel-rock-jazz vibe that runs through her music. This is a huge asset on her album, although you usually need to listen to her albums two times to take it all in. So I was sort of surprised at how much of a pop sensibility was running through the first couple of songs on this album. But things are not always what they seem. What Mullen does here is to dip a little bit more into a sort of Motown influence, and even works in a little hip hop into it, a first for her as I recall, all with her inimitable vocal style.
Although the musicianship of her album is awesome, Nicole C. Mullen's greatest asset in this album is her songwriting. For those who may not have know, she was the writer of Jaci Velasquez's hit On My Knees, and had established herself first as a songwriter before becoming a solo artist. Her songwriting skills are out in full force on this album. There were definitely moments where I had to rewind a song because a phrase caught my ear.
Now there are definitely the more radio and church-service friendly songs like I Am, which is the same vein as her earlier songs My Redeemer Lives and On My Knees, but the gems are in the songs where she breaks out of the typical. My own personal favorites are Bye Bye Brianna and Valorie. Bye Bye Brianna seems like a song that I will have to see live at some point, and am in the market for Nicole C. Mullen tickets if someone has them (though unfortunately, not for the concert tomorrow night in the Twin Cities). I'll give this album 4.5 out of 5 stars.