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Album Review - GRAVITY

ABS Magazine Online
Chroniques #60
Reviewed by: Robert Sacred

 

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Gravity CD review by ABS magazine online


Album Review - GRAVITY

ABS MAG # 60 , Chronicles
April 30, 2018
www.absmag.fr/chroniques-60/

Translation from French per Google Translate:
Sixth album for this talented singer / guitarist, removed from the studio by an unfortunate fracture of a wrist in 2014. She is fully recovered and she composed music and lyrics of the twelve faces of her new album produced by the drummer who collects the Awards, Tony Braunagel. Morvan is a good singer but an exceptional guitarist as she demonstrates throughout with faces like My Moderation and Twice The Trouble which are enhanced by beautiful guitar exchanges (Morvan) - Hammond B3 organ (Mike Finnegan). The humor is also present with Money Talks boosted by pianist Barry Goldberg while Gravity, the title track, is a kind of mini-space odyssey that features the sidéral guitar game of Morvan and the game inspired by Jim Pugh keyboards. To note again Gotta Dig Deep, a beautiful slow blues, like the very personal The Man Who Left Me (his father!). In Shake Your Tailfeathers, a more optimistic blues ("shake you up and it'll get better"), Morvan performs a guitar solo at BB King and, at the conclusion of the album, we'll point to Too Dumb To Quit, who enjoys beautiful passages to the slide. - Robert Sacred

 
 
 
 
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