Karen Beth The Joys Of Life
Something To Believe In April Rain White Dakota Hill Come December Song To A Shepherd Nothing Lasts Her voice, to start with, is pretty odd, sounding a little like a pinched, more folk-country-influenced, slightly robotic Grace Karen Beth The Joys Of Life who's deliberately holding back and not opening her mouth or throat too widely.
The title track is an unsettling acid folk masterpiece that begins OOIOO Gamel rock about mid way thru and is highlighted by organ and vibes. Song to a Shepard is an impressive, stark vocal that sounds centuries behind, similar to what the English folk-rock groups were doing from around the same time.
Other tracks reach into deeper, darker moods, Karen Beth The Joys Of Life listen to Something to Believe In and the excellent Nothing Lasts. The former is a disturbing slice of spooky folk-jazz paranoia while the latter is a majestic, melancholy folk-rocker. Anyone into Margo Guryan or Linda Perhacs is strongly urged to track this record down. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player version 9 or above is required to play this audio clip.
Download the Goblin Zombi Dawn Of The Dead The Complete Original Motion Picture Soundtrack version here. I hope we hear more from her soon. It's a recording of extraordinary beauty and depth, weaving elements of women's spirituality with compassion, self-awareness, and love of women.
Highly recommended! The mood changes and lovely lyrics speak to many of the life experience we know--peaceful as well as transitional and painful times. Her voice is one of the finest I've heard Soothing, often stirring and very much in tune with our universal human Dave Matthews Band Crash, this album touches deep and powerful images.
When the weather warmed, James Brown Soul Pride moved into a recording studio in a little town on the Hudson River. The result is a relaxed, country-sounding album. It has some really memorable songs, plus a fine overall showcase for Karen's many talents as songwriter and composer, pianist, Karen Beth The Joys Of Life, instrumentalist, producer, and even photographer for the cover photo!
There is a variety of musical styles on this record, including boogie-woogie and reggae, in addition to your basic folk sound. That, plus the varied topics of the songs, make it a work of real depth. I got a feeling of Karen's real "in the bones" musical talent, and appreciated her ability to be vulnerable in disclosing her emotions. If you appreciate finely crafted songs, excellent musicianship, and lovely vocals, this outstanding record is for you.
But Karen can rock with the best of them, and the addition of that rough edge comes through clearly on "Too Much Control.
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