Temika Moore | Doing Just Fine

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Doing Just Fine

by Temika Moore

“Doing Just Fine” contains 10 original compositions such as the funky acoustic inspirational anthem “Light as a Feather,” the head bopping, smooth jazz tinged “Let It Go," and heart warming tribute “Come Sunday" which journals life touched by Alzheimer's.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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1. Intro
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2. My Side of the Street
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3. Light as a Feather
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4. Let it Go
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5. Doing Just Fine
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6. Fruit
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7. Groove with You
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4:16 album only
8. Follow Your Road
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5:03 album only
9. Come Sunday
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10. Conversation
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11. A Woman (Armani's Remix)
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12. Doing Just Fine (Acoustic Mix) Bonus Track
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13. Speak to the World (Outro)
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“Doing Just Fine” contains original compositions such as the funky acoustic inspirational anthem “Light as a Feather,” the head bopping, jazz-infused “Let It Go,“ the heart warming tribute “Come Sunday" which journals a life touched by Alzheimer's, and she also pays homage to Christian pop group Seawind with a rendition of “Follow your Road.



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Grace

There are no words
I copped the first CD and thought, wow, this is great. Copped the 2nd CD and was blown away. I love "Follow Your Road", "Light as a Feather" just makes my day zoom, when all the folks around you are trying to stress, it just bring me back into focus. Thanks for creating a musical background for my day. I play the CD so much, my little one is even starting to sing along.

Can't wait for her 3rd installment.

Frank Crenshaw

She has done it again!
Temika has raised the bar with this release. Beginning to end a truly wonderful CD. Her rendition of The Isleys "Groove With You" makes the disc a must have in any good collection. This is why independent music is the way of the future. Thanks Temika !!!!

G. Clark

Excellent CD! Temika has an amazing voice. Well-written songs too.
I really loved this CD. Temika's voice reminds you of Anita Baker and Rachelle Ferrell. Very nice mixture of jazz and R&B with inspirational lyrics.

S. Fisher

Feelng Just Fine
That's how this CD leaves me. I absolutely love the Temika's version of "Groove with You." The song "Doing Just Fine" is so special, I hope that people are really listening to those words. I have two favorites; the first is "Come Sunday" which brings tears to my eyes as I remember growing up, Sunday mornings and my Grandmothers. My second favorite is "Conversation;" it has a soothing/calming feeling. I have listened to this CD all day while at work, and never once got tired of any part of it. Even better, my students (middle school) like it also. When someone asks to hear a song again I have to smile because I know this isn't the genre of music they normally listen to.
I understand that Temika is currently working on a third CD. I'm looking forward to it.
Oh, one more thing, I ordered both CD's and I was pleased that I received them both on time and in great condition.

Vernon Spriggs

Follow Your Road
I brought this CD after hearing one of my all-time favorite tunes: Follow Your Road. I was like 'who is this'? Never did I think anyone could pull off this Seawind hit. I was working on a Sunday afternoon listening to D.C.'s WHUR, when I had to stand still and just listen! After numerous failed attempts to reach the DJ, via calling in -- she finally recapped the songs and artists. When I got home, I was on CD BABY! Wow - I got 'my song' plus 12 bonus songs!!!

Chris Rizik-Soultracks.com

Doing Just Fine could be one of the first great indie soul albums of 2006.
Two years after her solid debut, Moment of Truth, Temika Moore has taken the next step forward in her development with her sophomore disc, Doing Just Fine. Maybe even a leap forward. While her debut showed a talented singer who was developing as a songwriter and producer, Doing Just Fine shows real advancement in both of those categories, and could be one of the first great indie soul albums of 2006.

Fine is generally more upbeat than its predecessor and Moore has really created a number of excellent musical and vocal arrangements to support her always-intelligent lyrics. So while artists like the Pussycat Dolls are dominating radio with songs that equate femininity with shallowness and sexuality, Moore instead sings of individual empowerment and adult relationships based on respect and mutual sacrifice (what a concept!). Moore also digs deeper into her spirituality on the album, taking a Gospel turn on "Conversation" and "Come Sunday."

While Moment of Truth occasionally sacrificed the melodies for the message, Doing Just Fine creates a nice balance, with generally stronger tunes such as "Conversation," "Light as a Feather" and the title cut. Moore also handles covers of "Follow Your Road" and the Isleys' "Groove With You" nicely.

Temika Moore called her first album Moment of Truth because it was the culmination of years of preparation and self-examination. Doing Just Fine could easily be called Moment of Growth, as it is a very nice display of Moore's growth as an artist and musician and should propel her to the next level of critical and commercial acclaim in the soul music world.

Frank McComb-Singer/Songwriter/Recording Artist

“Such uplifting music from a positive person!
“Such uplifting music from a positive person! There's
no where to go but up.”

Johnnie K Pope

Temika Moore Doing just fine
Temika wow!!!! What a wonderful piece of art!!!! This ia a great cd I love it!!! I will be coming to a show when I get back to the east coast!!!!!

The Plum

Fabulous and meaningful
Great Job... we need more from you, Sister.

The Plum

Fabulous and meaningful
Great Job... we need more from you, Sister.
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