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Amy Angeline


Country of origin:

U.S.

Type of music generally:

Contemporary folk

Status:

Most recent release, Amy Angeline (2002)

See also:

Amy Angeline's site

Comparisons:

Natalie Merchant, Jonatha Brooke

Covers/own material:

Own, occasional co-writing

General comments:

Amy Angeline's music is gorgeous. (stjarnell@yahoo.com)

Recommended first album:

Amy Angeline is the only one we've heard

Recordings:


Amy Angeline

Release info:

2002—Yemana Records, P.O. Box 165, Minneapolis, MN 55331—YR0202

Availability:

See artist's website for availability

Ecto priority:

Recommended

Group members:

Amy Angeline—vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboards

Guest artists:

Scott Felton—electric guitar
Jonathan Thomas—bass guitar
Erich Hofmeister—drums, percussion
David Anania—drums, percussion
Matt Fink—piano, organ, keyboards
Amy Atzel—violin solo arrangement
Melanie Demer—violin
Debbie Brooks—cello
Tom Demer—viola, string arrangement
Gerardo Gomex—electric guitar solo
James Behringer—electric and acoustic guitars
Gordon Johnson—bass guitar
Pat Frederick—violin

Produced by:

Matt Fink & Amy Angeline

Comments:

It's a very appealing record. Amy Angeline has a strong voice and writes good songs. The songs range from the poignant "Teenager" to the humorous "Gas Station Man" and covers many interesting subjects. Anyone who's had a hard time being criticised will love "I am not concerned", a song of defiance to unfair people.
     The record's folksy, intimate sound suits the material fine. (stjarnell@yahoo.com)


Thanks to Anna Maria Stjärnell for work on this entry.

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