Tag Archives: Singer songwriter

Jon Tyler Wiley ~ The Longing

This singer songwriter has some great chops. He played most of the instruments on the album & they sound great. I really like this album. There is only 1 drawback. Some of the vocals have effects on them. Now Jon’s … Continue reading

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Ivy Ryann ~ A Nonagressive Violation Of Boundaries

This singer/songwriter can make some beautiful music. She has a beautiful voice. There are some notes, that, at times, she has a problem hitting. I’ve got to give her an A for effort, as she certainly tries to hit those … Continue reading

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Erinn Peet Lukes EP

This EP brings a sampling of a beautiful voice who writes some beautiful songs. Mostly country based but some songs cross over into the pop realm as well. Writing about heartbreak, among other things, will give you a feeling of … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ Bongo Boy Homestead Volume 5

Once again, Bongo Boy makes another compilation of mostly singer songwriter songs. from many artists. Some are better than others, but all have great production on their songs. There are 20 sons on 2 CD’s. The bands are E.G. Holmes, … Continue reading

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Ellen Foley ~ Fighting Words

e Ellen Foley? Why does that name sound so familiar? She played the lead female part on the TV show “Night Court”. She was also the female singer on Meatloaf’s “Paradise By The Dashboard Light”. This is her 3rd solo … Continue reading

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Vanessa Peters ~ Modern Age EP

This EP has good points and bad points. I like the music & the storytelling. The only thing that I didn’t really like was the vocals. They weren’t bad, it just seemed almost the same in each song.The music, luckily … Continue reading

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Laura Meade ~ The Most Dangerous Woman In America

What I really liked about this album, is the analog sound of the instruments. Specifically, the keyboards. They come across as very simple & easy. It is very fresh. There are 2 keyboardists on this album. One is Laura Meade, … Continue reading

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Dana Sipos ~ The Astral Plane

This canadian singer songwriter has a nice flow about her music. It seems that she uses a lot of analog keyboards & things like that. It brings you to a simpler time. The music is smooth & the vocals are … Continue reading

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Melody Duncan ~ Wolfsong

The vocals of this singer songwriter didn’t really move me…at first. After awhile, I learned to listen to the lyrics & the melodies. This woman can write some really good lyrics. The music is also nice. There is no lead … Continue reading

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Dr. John ~ Gumbo Blues

Another great album from Dr. John. Other than some hits that I heard growing up, I’ve never really listened to Dr. John. When he made his come-back, I listened to that album, which I really enjoyed. That was sometime around … Continue reading

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