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Posted by: Dave on December 8, 2006 at 11:12 am

AliceSmithForLoversSound: Alice Smith’s sound is really hard to pin down. She has a full voice with a smoky and sexy rasp that you could call soulful, but the music jumps far beyond soul to include lots of pop elements, along with rock, jazz, funk, blues and musical theatre. However, the songs never fit neatly into any of those genres.
Heavy Rotation tracks:Woodstock”; “Fake is the New Real”; “Love Endeavor
Medium Rotation tracks:Dream”; “Gary Song
Explicit Lyrics*: “Woodstock”; “Fake Is the New Real”
Recommended: The intangible, unclassifiable qualities of For Lovers, Dreamers and Me can be a little confounding, but you’ve got to respect an artist that can tackle so many styles and come up with something that sounds this fresh. Ultimately, the album is an easy listen due to the high level of musicianship, songwriting and production.
Grade: A-

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* Noting of explicit lyrics is for the benefit of radio music directors or anyone else that needs/wants to keep their music FCC-friendly.



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