album. I started listening to clips on Itunes, and got through 20 songs until I discovered Myspace has the albums. Myspace still has it's appeal! Anyways, I decided to start at the last clip I left off, and see how many songs I could work through.
The most fun song to listen to on this album is 'The Real American Folk Song'. I wanted to break out in a dance during it, and I haven't heard anything like it on any of the previous albums I've listened to. For the most part the other songs sounded pretty similar in style though.
Fitzgerald seems really sassy though, and I like that. It makes you feel empowered, and like shaking your hips at whoever gets in your way. I think 'Boy Wanted' might even be one of my theme songs right now. Also, this music reminded me of what I hear at the Macy parade each year. I have no idea why, but most the songs had that type of sound to it.
This music definitely would probably appeal mostly to women. A lot of her songs seem to be about finding the perfect boy, and if I had to guess I would say Fitzgerald was probably around her teens or a little older when she performed this album. Overall, it was quite an enjoyable album to listen to if you have a few hours to spare.