Bars: Barry Adrian Reese Story (Sba2) Import
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I knew I had to listen to "B.A.R.S" because someone kept speaking about the last song on the disc called "All by Myself." He urged me to listen to the track, and when I did, I was really touched. "All by Myself", like most of the tracks on the album, show a more mature, more adult Cassidy. He mentions God a number of times. "Leanin' on the Lord" is mostly about Him. Though the song as a whole is pretty weak, one can't help but appreciate his apparent reverence for our higher power. He also talks about his desire to leave the street life alone and his determination to be a good father to his son. That is what I took from the album. As a unit, it is alright, but it won't be played in my CD player much. Most of the hooks and beats are sub par, but his lyrics are profound and clever. "All by Myself" is this album's sole jewel. What makes this song special is the fact that he produced and wrote it alone. Too, he mentions his legal troubles at length. He said that his mother told him to "keep the faith and you'll beat this case." "My Drink and My 2 Step" was released to radio and although it received a good amount of airplay, I never cared for the track.
I granted this LP three stars, which means that it is decent. There are only two or three dance tracks, the rest of the songs have either a mid-tempo or slow tempo. Fans of Cassidy should pick this album up, but it's not necessary for a CD collector.
Mikeisha's Top 5
1. "All by Myself"
2. "Cash Rulez" (Track # 7)
3. "Damn I Miss the Game"
4. "Done 4 Me"
5. Where My N****s At"