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Most recent release, aLIVE (live, 2011); most recent release of studio material, Lipliners (2009)
Own, traditional, and covers
Ronley Teper is a fascinating and original artist. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recommended first album:
Ronley Teper—acoustic guitar, vocals
Chris Bartos—synths, bass, electric guitar, clarinet, accordion, violin, upright bass, hammered dulcimer, backing vocals
Carl Petzelt & Chris Bartos and Mark Mariash & Ronley Teper
This is a strange record and it's hard to pinpoint what it's really like. Teper mixes her own songs with traditional Hebrew hymns with equal conviction.
Ronley Teper—vocals, acoustic guitar
Christine Bougie—electric guitar, lap steel, classical guitar, xylophone
Ronley Teper and Glen Salley
Ronley Teper continues on her path with an extraordinary new record. She mixes her own songs with covers of "What a wonderful world" and Neil Young's "Only love can break your heart". Her muse seems alive and well, and her vocal stretches and bends like it did on her debut. She's managed to retain her individual approach and add some cool new touches. "Coffee" is short but sweet and recalls Mary Margaret O'Hara. "Mr Pigeon" is whimsical as can be and has a weird charm all its own. Teper's album's a treasure and her talent shines on all the tracks. (email@example.com)
Thanks to firstname.lastname@example.org for work on this entry.
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