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Most recent release, The Science of Making Choices (2012)
Mieka Pauley has a strong and slightly smokey/bluesy voice. Her music is generally folkrock and forceful. (email@example.com)
Comments about live performance:
I highly recommend to all that you try to see her—Mieka *rocks*. Mieka Pauley was a powerhouse, as always. Mieka is an amazing performer, and also a really really cool person. (3/08)
Recommended first album:
Mieka Pauley—guitar, vocals
Tyler Wood—piano, B3, Wurlitzer, Rhodes
"Stronger" is definitely the single here—very nicely constructed and Mieka Pauley's slightly smokey voice is wonderfully emotive here. There other four tracks aren't quite as strong, though "first stone" has a lovely, haunted melody. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mieka Pauley—vocals, acoustic guitar
Brian Cassagnol—electric guitar, acoustic guitar, piano, Rhodes, Hammond organ, synth, bass percussion, vocals
I highly recommend it to all. (email@example.com)
Mieka Pauley—vocals, guitars, keyboards
Geoff Stanfield—bass, guitar, vocals, keyboards, drums, percussion, pedal steel
This album has particularly tough lyrics and her singing matches it. Recommended if you like tough, folky music. Though "Frigid" proves that she can do torchy and yearning, too. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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