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Im Like A Bird - Nelly Furtado - Whoa, Nelly! (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Im Like A Bird - Nelly Furtado - Whoa, Nelly! (CD, Album) ”

  1. Viramar says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Nelly Furtado - Whoa, Nelly! at Discogs. Complete your Nelly Furtado collection.
  2. Nikolabar says:
    Backing Vocals – Nelly Furtado Bass – Mike Elizondo Guitar – James McCollum Human Beatbox [Human Quica] – Track Lead Vocals – Nelly Furtado Piano – Camara Kambon Written-By – Brian West, Gerald Eaton, Nelly Furtado: 5: I'm Like A Bird.
  3. Mikakinos says:
    The one pop song "I'm Like a Bird" is just one tip of the iceberg of what Nelly can do. Every song is a winner and none are like the one before. The CD has it all. My favorite is "On the Radio" This really says a lot for Nelly and where she is in relation to the music of today/5().
  4. Neran says:
    Before she was a "Maneater," Nelly Furtado was "Like a Bird," crafting a funky, folk-hop debut full of the sort of wholesome urban hipness only Canada can generate. Now, we like the "Promiscuous" Nelly as much as the one who didn't wanna be your "Baby Girl." This is just a very different album.
  5. Mishicage says:
    Label: Dreamworks Before she was a "Maneater," Nelly Furtado was "Like a Bird," crafting a funky, folk-hop debut full of the sort of wholesome urban hipness only Canada can generate. Now, we like the "Promiscuous" Nelly as much as the one who didn't wanna be your "Baby Girl." This is .
  6. Zur says:
    Multi-million selling debut album by Nelly Furtado is expanded and it features five hard-to-find versions and remixes, including the original, an acoustic version and a remix of Nelly's across-the-board smash 'I'm Like A Bird' plus 'Turn Off The Lights'/5().
  7. Tojaramar says:
    Electric Bass, Double Bass – Mike Elizondo Guitar – James McCollum Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Nelly Furtado Other [Human Quica] – Track Piano – Camara Kambon Written-By – B. West*, G. Eaton*, N. Furtado* 5: I'm Like A Bird4/5(24).
  8. Arar says:
    Nelly Furtado's Whoa, Nelly! is one of those albums that's designed to be a surprising, precocious debut -- the kind of record that's meant to make a listener exclaim, well, "whoa nelly" upon the first spin. From that first play, it's evident that Furtado is indeed an audacious songwriter, not at all hesitant to bare her emotions, tackle winding melodies, and bend boundaries to the point that.
  9. Menris says:
    Oct 24,  · Editors’ Notes One of the most impressive debut albums of the new millennium, ’s Whoa, Nelly! effortlessly transcended musical genres as it introduced an artist of exceptional promise. Nelly Furtado makes it all look easy, pouring sophisticated street poetry into a savory stew of folk, hip-hop, Latin and pop influences with a confidence that belies her 21 years.

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