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Most recent release, no matter what, 2000
On the basis of her debut, Tiger Zane has a bright future. Her songs bristle with hooks and energy, and she has a fine ear for an interesting arrangement that lifts this far above the average. Lyrically, however, she stumbles: "You are a man/I want to be your woman" is a particularly toe-curling example, but she sings the lines with such grace, beauty and style, you're inclined to forgive her. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
no matter what is her debut
2000--Big Cat Productions--BCP55292
See website for availability
Tiger Zane--lead vocals, backing vocals, acoustic guitar, flute, tambourine
Richard Beigard--electric guitars, slide guitars, keyboards
Mark Cavener and Tiger Zane
A satisfying and accomplished debut, which marks Tiger Zane as a potential ecto staple. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thanks to Adam Kimmel for his work on this entry
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