MP3 Kit Smith and Tanya Livingstone - Central Connection
Komplettes MP3 Album von Kit Smith and Tanya Livingstone
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Blurring the lines between Americana, Folk and Pop, "Central Connection" delivers ten autobiographical, radio-friendly songs by two voices seemingly weaved into one.
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Kit & Tanya have been musically connected for the past ten years. After Kit recorded his first album, "Stronger Man" in 1996, he approached Tanya to do some live performances. Their musical connection led to a deep friendship and respect for each other. They continued to write and perform together through the years, while also being involved in outside projects.
This year they decided to collaborate on a new album titled "Central Connection". Their passionate and heart-felt songs, rich in harmonies, strike a chord with audiences everywhere. They have recently won numerous awards including "Best Performer" and "Best Song" from West Coast Songwriters.
Blurring the lines between Americana, Folk and Pop, "Central Connection" delivers ten autobiographical, radio-friendly songs by two voices seemingly weaved into one.
Blending Americana, pop and folk, singer-songwriters Kit Smith and Tanya Livingstone (Topeka, Blind Ruby) have released an exceptional 10-song collection.
Standouts on "Central Connection" include the vocal harmonies-rich "Sweet Love," yearning "Flying To You" and alt country treasure "Dream Her Dreams."
Anyone who enjoyed the winning collaboration from Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs released in April, "Under the Covers, Vol. 1," will enjoy the magic of Smith and Livingstone blending melodious voices and distinct writing styles on this disc.
Reviewed by Robert Kinsler (Orange County Register)
For the past decade, Kit Smith and Tanya Livingstone have had some sort of musical connection. Developing a close friendship over those many years have led to the kind of dynamics that have found them awarded prestigious awards for “Best Song” and “Best Performer”. This album showcases this deep friendship and musical connection with an alt. country and Americana slant to them. Nice songwriting with great vocals and perfect arrangements.
Reviewed by Smother Magazine