MP3 Beki Hemingway - Words for Loss for Words
Komplettes MP3 Album von Beki Hemingway
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Steers toward darker pop edges, with sublime vocals; subtle song arrangements and full band treatments flesh out the songs, from the dreamy pop to bluesy heartache.
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Who is Beki Hemingway?
She’s a singer-songwriter from Tennessee by way of Chicago, and she writes and sings some of the best songs you’ve never heard. Unlike the throngs of same-sounding, fashion-conscious artists currently clogging MTV, Beki Hemingway is quickly gaining a substantial following based on one thing: her extraordinary music. Beki only has one gimmick - she writes great songs. Okay, two gimmicks - she also sings them beautifully. Her long and varied career has found her playing in several bands, including hysterical punkers This Train, as well as singing live and studio backup vocals on everything from industrial to inspirational music. She went solo in 1997, and has been steadily gathering acclaim ever since.
Reasons to like her:
Firstly, there’s her new album, the 2002 release Words for Loss for Words. Co-written with her husband and guitarist, Randy Kerkman, the album is as infectious and hummable as it is emotionally resonant. Song for song, Beki has managed to combine sweet acoustic rock that tickles the ear with powerful emotional directness that moves the heart. The result is accessible yet deep - these are songs of joy, sadness, and most of all, hope. These are also songs that connect with people, and anyone who’s seen her live will back that up. On stage, Beki delivers with a voice that’s crystal clear and a passion that’ll move the most stubborn holdout. It only takes one show to become a fan for life, and she performs roughly 150 shows every year. If you do the math, you can see that Beki’s fanbase and acclaim are growing, as more and more people discover that she is an artist everyone should hear.
More reasons to like her:
Beki Hemingway did not write the song “Who Let the Dogs Out.” She also did not write “Mandy,” “The Macarena” or the song from Titanic, so she should already be on your good list. Despite her last name, she’s never written a book about fishing, nor has she appeared in a Woody Allen movie, though she was on ER once. She’s never caused a traffic jam that made you late for work, she’s never stolen any of your CDs, and as far as we know, she’s never given you a swift kick to the shins. All in all, she’s been pretty good to you, so spread the love and check out Beki Hemingway.