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Most recent release, Bright Window, 2003
Own; occasional cowriting
Rachel Gaudry has a lovely voice and makes good contemporary folk. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recommended first album:
2001--Teacup Music; 2002--The Virt Records--VRT1001
Australia and U.S.; see the Virt Records site for further information
Rachel Gaudry--vocals, piano, Rhodes, keyboards
Naomi Star--backing vocals on 4 tracks
This is a very nice album. Rachel Gaudry reminds me of other singers, but she has her own style. The melancholy "When Fortune has Gone Dry" is a great song. "Sunshine in My Pocket" is delicate and emotional.
2003--Tea Cup Music--TCM002
See website for availability
Rachel Gaudry--vocals, backing vocals, Wurlitzer, piano, Rhodes, organ, keyboard
Sam Hawksley--guitars, loops, backing vocals, acoustic guitar, lap steel, swell guitar, susings guitar, moog guitar, electric guitar, keyboard, cymbals, dobro, echoplex, shaker, slide guitar, tambourine
This album is so sweet and lovely. Gaudry picks up where the last album left off and that's a good thing. "Sunny Wings" opens the album with a nice laid-back vibe. The jazzy "Suppertime" hints at something darker. "Screaming Alone" is a standout. A bluesy, trip-hoppy gem that oozes melancholy. "Everywhere you go" is like early Paula Cole. Gaudry's vocal is joyous and sincere. "Brand New Day" is a hopeful and strong song. All in all she's made another fine album. (email@example.com)
Thanks to Anna Maria Stjärnell for her work on this entry
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