MP3 Alice Muson - Passion And Control
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Full of rootsy music and swirling vocal harmonies, Passion And Control evokes that familiar Joni Mitchell and Carol King feeling."CHEMICAL IMBALANCE" IS NOMINATED FOR BEST MODERN ROCK SONG BY JP FOLKS...
Käufer, die sich für (Lucinda Williams Sarah McLaughlin and Sheryl Crow) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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Just by speaking to her, you would never guess that Alice Muson is one of Atlanta’s most promising new pop artists.
Her easy going nature and engaging smile are traits more common to a small town waitress than a cosmopolitan songstress.
Although originally from Mount Kisco, New York, Alice has cultivated her warm southern charm on the road throughout the Southeast.
In college at UNC Greensboro, she was initiated into the music world as a singer in the beloved Boys Of Blue Hill.
After graduating Alice moved to Atlanta to further pursue her musical ambitions.
She was immediately embraced by Atlanta’s music scene and has emerged as a powerful performer and accomplished songwriter.
Alice has just completed her newest CD named Passion And Control, which hit the streets in November 2000.
Passion And Control is full of low key rootsy music and Alice’s signature vocal harmonies this CD evokes the same feelings that Joni Mitchell and Carol King introduced us to in the seventies.
A more modern comparison, however, would fall somewhere between Lucinda Williams and Sarah McLaughlin.
But if you ask Alice’s she’ll say she gets most of her influence from the opposite gender.
Nick Drake, Paul Westerberg and Richard Thompson all have recognizable influence on her songwriting and guitar playing.
Alice’s 1996 debut CD , Ghost Of A Girl, is an acoustic based assortment of songs.
The first track, "Falling Away," was chosen, along with R.E.M., Vic Chesnutt, Widespread Panic, and Syd Straw, for inclusion on a nationally distributed compilation CD representing Georgia’s music during the 1996 Olympics.
The complilation brought attention to Alice from around the world, and even in the shadow of these great artists, Alice’s song shined as one of the best in a surprising number of reviews.
The next compilation Alice was included on was in the Fall of 2000.
She was hired to perform Christmas songs on a promotional JC Penneys CD/CD-Rom.
2.5 million of the discs with two of Alice’s renditions on them where distributed through JCP retail outlets and internet orders over the Holidays.