More Than a Woman
Then thereafter to find out in just a second everything is gone in a blink of an eye. Sep 29, Tiara Wilson added it. Aaliyah was a great book. It was mainly about when she died. The author wrote about the times that he had a interview with her before she had died. She had died in a airplane tha had missed the airport in the Bahamas.
Jul 06, Erika Kaid rated it it was amazing. This book will inspire young women to believe in their dreams and never give up. She had a wonderful life, despite all of the rumors about her. Aug 11, Winter Sophia Rose rated it it was amazing. Touching On All Levels! May 09, Deniesha rated it it was amazing. Aaliyah was a very smart and talented young lady that everyone will miss. This book showed the real Aaliyah and the wonderful young women she was.
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Oct 05, Taylor Clark rated it it was amazing Shelves: independent-reading. May 22, Lakenzwa Lyttle rated it really liked it. Good book, but found out things I never took my time to find out about Aaliyah. Jan 04, Eric rated it it was amazing. Sep 17, Erin rated it really liked it. I still remember where I was when my mother told me Aaliyah had been killed in a plane crash.
I'm still devastated 15 years later. May 27, Asia rated it liked it. I love Aaliyah very much, and this book was a pleasant gift to commemorate her life and learn more about her.
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My overall complaint is that in some parts of the book, Farley interjects too many outside references when telling Aaliyah's story. For example, in the introduction, he writes extensively on the plane crash deaths of other famous celebrities or notable figures, which unnecessarily imposes on Aaliyah as the focus of the book. In other chapters, Farley tends to derail to the story lines of I love Aaliyah very much, and this book was a pleasant gift to commemorate her life and learn more about her. In other chapters, Farley tends to derail to the story lines of other music artists to whom Aaliyah was close, instead of staying aligned with Aaliyah's narrative.
Maybe Farley did not have much biographical information about Aaliyah when writing this book.
Some information, however, is novel to Aaliyah fans: those anecdotes that weren't revealed in Aaliyah's other interviews. This book does provide a snapshot of Aaliyah's pivotal moments in her life including her last interview before her death. Jul 05, Sherreka Burton rated it it was ok. I don't know what this author was doing, but it seemed like he was writing a music historical, and a biased one I might add, other than Aaliyah's biography. Is it really necessary to tell me the history of Motown when that wasn't even Aaliyah's label?
I honestly don't even think autobiography have me a glimpse of who the real Aaliyah was anyway, most of the book was so boggled down with facts and other people's generic observations observations without real substance--I love Aaliyah as much as I don't know what this author was doing, but it seemed like he was writing a music historical, and a biased one I might add, other than Aaliyah's biography. I honestly don't even think autobiography have me a glimpse of who the real Aaliyah was anyway, most of the book was so boggled down with facts and other people's generic observations observations without real substance--I love Aaliyah as much as the next fanatic, but ain't no human rainbows and sunshine all the time!
But then again, maybe Aaliyah was, and if she was, then I'm sorry to say that I'm highly disappointed. I appreciate the time she had here on earth and the hits she brought into my life, but I guess 22 years isn't really enough to make a good book, either that or the author just really, really sucks at this sort of novel. In my effort to be optimistic, I'll just assume the latter.
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Don't recommend and won't re-read. May 16, CuntyLicious rated it really liked it Shelves: none-fiction. A saccharine, fairy tale-esque read about the Late Aaliyah. I still believe that we won't Have another A saccharine, fairy tale-esque read about the Late Aaliyah. I still believe that we won't Have another Aaliyah. The book is a labour of love, wonderfully written, and lacks all the rotten, gossipy ratchets found in most of the posthumous biographies.
Sep 21, Morgan rated it it was amazing Shelves: kindle-library. I love this book because it give you an insight on RnB's princess its sad that her life was cut short at the age of 22 because her career was well on the fast track to hit the stratosphere with all that she was set to do. Her legacy has left a lasting impact on what her life was and what it could've been she was a genuine person who gave her all into everything she did I was eleven years old when she passed it was just three days shy of my twelveth birthday Aaliyah you are still greatly missed.
I read this many years ago. As I read, Remembering Whitney, this book came to mind. It was a great book that looked at Aaliyah's life and career in a postive note. This book seem real factual, not like the author was trying to make the reader like or dislike Aaliyah, Farley wrote the facts. Jul 10, Dee Em rated it it was ok Shelves: , reading-challenge This book could have been good, but the author goes into far much detail about other artists in the industry that were directly or indirectly involved with Aaliyah. There should have been more information included that was not already previously known.
Sep 13, Myra rated it liked it. It's a sad story, and unfortunately, a badly written story as well. The author went on about intricacies of music careers; his experiences with many other celebrities aka name dropping ; so much irrelevant things that had nothing to do with the amazing Aaliyah. May 22, Nakeya smith added it. It also taught how much people were affected by her death and how much she influenced people. It also gave me information on her background. Jasfel rated it really liked it Aug 13, The theme for the video was brainstormed at a "little" round table and some ideas that were drafted during the round table included the light show and the motorcycle theme.
The video starts with a shot of West 4th Street in Los Angeles, looking towards the Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Aaliyah riding a model Triumph Speed Triple in the wrong direction when the camera zooms inside the exhaust pipe and shows Aaliyah dancing in a white Chanel catsuit with other female dancers between the pistons.
Between cuts she is riding the motorcycle and doing wheelies and in another scene standing in front of a headlight with her back against the camera.
Listen to Kelly Lee Owens' cover of Aaliyah's 'More Than A Woman'
Later in the video, Aaliyah is dancing with co-ed dancers, wearing leather pants, gloves, and boots, and a black tank-top. At the end, a silhouette of Aaliyah on her motorcycle wearing Dainese Gear is placed in front of sunset with the words " In Loving Memory of Aaliyah " above. Huff from PopMatters compared the video to the work of both Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson saying, "Aaliyah's dancing in her videos probably owed a debt to the videos for Michael and Janet Jackson's solo work.
No doubt that's true of many artists. In London based producer Kelly Lee Owens covered "More Than a Woman", she has two versions of the cover in which one cover is a remix. International CD single .
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