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ALLISON MOORER

CROWS

2010-01-18

In 2003 Shelby Lynne, Allison Moorer’s sister released a CD entitled Identity Crisis as she was wavering between country and pop sounds. In 2010 Allison Moorer has shed the country and released a lush pop CD that focuses on the piano and her most beautiful instrument, her voice. This CD represents a major change from Allison’s prior releases as this sophisticated Pop release has no traces of the folk- country sounds that have earned her both Grammy nominations and critical acclaim. The track “Broken Girl” could rank as one of this years finest vocal performances and could easily be a top single. Allison’s voice has never sounded better and “Crows” should earn her legions of new fans and dedicated fans need to enjoy the changes from one of music’s sweetest voices. Reviewed By: Gregg Saur

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