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Most recent release, Lully's (2003)
Her own site is currently missing (1/07), see Kelli Scarr's MySpace page
Somewhat Stina Nordenstam-like, though her voice is raspier and a little stronger
Beautiful, evocative pop, but the hook is the vocals and not within the somewhat drifty songwriting. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
Lully's is her first solo release
Highly recommended for ethereal pop fans
This album comes packaged in a clear plastic clamshell holder with no artwork at all, and the website listed on the disc isn't there now. The only information on the disc is her name, the title, the tracklisting, and the address for the now non-existent website, www.kelliscarr.com, so all you can do is listen. And what information is there? Well, there's that interesting, raspy, ethereal voice. There's underplayed emotion. Ethereal/pop sounds that can't be pinned to one style. An intriguing listen. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thanks to Sophia Gurley for work on this entry
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