Erin Hunt / The Woman I Am

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Artist Name: Erin Hunt
Label: Erin Hunt Productions
Product Code:58686

She has the same talent as Aretha Franklin! ? Comfortable acid jazz reminiscent of Swing Out Sisters

If you ignore any preconceived notions and just listen to the sounds flowing, the smooth singing voice and solid "soul" that you can feel the influence of Al Jarreau and Minnie Riperton will shake your eardrums. The singer's name is Erin Hunt. However, his listening background is contrary to what the listener imagines. She grew up not listening to much black music, preferring to listen to the Beatles and the Allman Brothers. Still, ``The Woman I Am,'' an album that feels based on acid jazz like Swing Out Sisters, also has a hint of the soul of Chaka Khan or Roberta Flack. His listening background of UK rock and country and his natural soul blend perfectly, transforming it into a unique acid jazz that brings a pleasant and exhilarating feeling. Grammy Award-winning producer/engineer/mixer Ron Saint Germain also said of her, ``While she has worked with major singers such as Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Ashford & Simpson, Chaka Kahn, and Diana Ross, Erin Hunt... He definitely has the same talent as them.'' He also praised her music, saying, "Once you hear 'The Woman I Am,' you'll understand what I'm talking about right away." And just as he said, from "The Woman I Am," which has a strong sense of soul manners, to "My Friends," which has a cool new sound, to the classic "The Weight," it explores the past, present, and future of Seoul. The way he goes back and forth endlessly is truly a genius. Erin Hunt's God-given talent shines through in The Woman I Am.


  1. Everybody (03:46)
  2. The Woman I Am (03:28)
  3. My Friends (02:44)
  4. Ain't Nobody (03:13)
  5. Thankful (03:50)
  6. Music to Me (feat. Shane Free) (03:13)
  7. If I Could Go Back (03:48)
  8. If You Believe (03:41)
  9. The Weight (04:25)