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CD Review

At last, an Alicia Keys album captures the depth of her voice

By Renee Graham
Globe Staff / October 10, 2005

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Anyone who has ever watched Alicia Keys perform live, then listened to one of her albums, might have experienced a certain disconnect. It's not that her vocals have been so technically tweaked and tenderized that one can't recognize her at all (unlike some of Keys's so-called contemporaries). It's that her CDs -- 2001's debut, ''Songs in A Minor," and 2003's ... (Full article: 395 words)

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