MP3 Joanie Mendenhall - Secretary Waltz
Komplettes MP3 Album von Joanie Mendenhall
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: "A dulcet voice... A deep intelligence and fierce wit. She bares her soul but never in a gratuitously confessional manner."--San Diego Union Tribune
Käufer, die sich für (Aimee Mann Mirah Rilo Kiley Elliott Smith Vanessa Carlton) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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SECRETARY WALTZ is a San Diego Music Award finalist for "Best Local Recording." The album was written and produced by Joanie, who also played most of the instruments, including guitar, piano, accordion, and drums. (Members of the Exfriends also appear on the album: some drums are played by Matt Curreri, upright bass by Pete Hamilton, and violin by Ray Suen.)
"A kick-ass multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter...an abundance of heart to accompany a remarkable voice."--SAN DIEGO CITYBEAT
"Her molasses tongue, shimmering neo-folk waltzes and heroic suffering will fascinate you. Mendenhall never drowns in her suffering, for her musical landscape -- whether it’s composed of upbeat, violin-driven shuffles, lo-fi guitar-filtered wavers or jazzy-bent, bass-heavy stomps -- gains an extra charge from her refreshingly sophisticated lyrics. Serious songwriting chops, a rich, pitch-perfect croon"--SPLENDID MAGAZINE
"Wholly engaging original songs... Think Aimee Mann or Rilo Kiley..."--SAN LUIS OBISPO NEW TIMES
"A thoroughly charming debut that begs for repeated listens...The most impressive instrument is the young singer’s dulcet voice, pure in pitch and beautifully earnest...her words reveal a deep intelligence and fierce wit. she bares her soul, but never in a gratuitously confessional manner."--SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE
"’Secretary Waltz’...has caught the attention of thinkers, nontraditionalists, artists, and others. Her sound seems unclassifiable...a refreshing departure from mainstream female vocalists."--TODAY’S LOCAL NEWS
"A great CD all the way through."--KKSM Palomar College Radio