Thursday, September 17, 2020

Meisha: S/T (Gamma Records, 1995)

The very first album release from Jameisha Trice, a Chicago-based singer-songwriter and recorded under her former alias Meisha. It spawned one single, the G-Funk-inspired “Quit Doggin’ Me Out” which had some degree of underground success (despite being released the same time as Brandy and Monica’s break out hits) and was even picked up for overseas distribution via Universal. The record label Gamma Records was formally known as Gammaudion Records and are mostly known for the male sextuplet M.A.R.E.E. (aka Music And Rhythm Equals Excellence.) Following this absolute stellar first effort, Trice released a follow-up “My Life” in 2000 (posted here) and in 2006 was working on new music under her full name Jameisha Trice (posted here.) She is still very much active in music to this day and her silky, smooth timbre can be heard in many national TV and Radio spots including the Tom Joyner Morning Show. Many thanks again to Stuaaart for acquiring an original copy. I don’t post mp3s from unknown sources on my blog or on my channel. 
Quit Doggin' Me Out 3:15 
Bomb Explosion 0:08 
I Wanna Be Next To You 3:17 
Inseperable 6:11 
Play U Like A Sucker 3:22 
Show Me 4:13 
Just Chillin' 3:33 
Saving My Love 4:01 
Mr. DJ 2:43 
Baby Don't Go 3:28 
One Last Kiss 4:09 
Quit Doggin' Me Out [Remix] 4:06