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WaterWorks


Country of origin:

U.S.

Type of music generally:

Fierce dramatic pop/rock

Status:

Only known release, WaterWorks, 1994

See also:

The Ectophiles' Guide entries for Kristeen Young and Nov. 9th

Comparisons:

Kristeen Young's solo work and with Nov. 9th. Amazing how much it sounds like what's she's doing now--she has grown since then, but the band is still pretty darn good. (Neile)

Covers/own material:

Own

General comments:

This is the band Kristeen Young worked with after Nov. 9th and before naming her band after herself with meet miss young and her all boy band.

Recommended first album:

WaterWorks only known release

Recordings:

WaterWorks

WaterWorks

Release info:

1994--floyd records production

Availability:

St. Louis distribution only--out of print

Ecto priority:

Highly recommended for Kristeen Young fans

Group members:

Robert Durando--electric and acoustic guitars
Rob Medcalf--drums and percussion
Kristine Young [Kristeen Young]--vocals and keyboards

Guest artists:

Rich Marinaccio--bass guitars
Dianne Waxmann--cello

Produced by:

WaterWorks and Mark Biehl

Comments:

All songs written by Kristine Young [Kristeen Young], except track 1 by WaterWorks.

A clear advance from her work as Nov. 9th but not yet as powerful as her solo work, this is still a strong and interesting album. Highly recommended for anyone interested in Kristeen Young's work. A little more mainstream than her later work but still pushing the limits, and always her astonishing vocal power engages me. (Neile)


Thanks to Bob Kollmeyer for his work on this entry.

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