September 25, 2009

Kate Earl's Self-Titled CD Review

I recently had a chance to listen to tracks from Kate Earl’s self-titled CD, Kate Earl, (ARV $5.99, Universal Republic), and I was really impressed with her amazing voice and moving lyrics.

I love it when a song comes on the radio and everyone knows the words. It’s the greatest sensation to completely fall into a moment in time, to be swept up, taken under the spell of a lyric a rhyme a melody. When songs evoke the response of turning them up and singing along, it’s magic. I tried to write an album like that.

Tracks include:
1. Nobody
2. Can't Treat Me That Way
3. Melody
4. Only In Dreams
5. All I Want
6. When You're Ready
7. Golden Street
8. Jump
9. Everlasting
10. Learning To Fly
11. Impossible

I really enjoyed Kate Earl’s self-titled CD. She has a beautiful voice reminiscent of some of the popular female vocalists who’ve hit it big over the past few years, and she would appeal to all sorts of music fans, as her songs have elements of various music genres, including pop, rock, and soul.

I loved so many of the tracks, including Melody and Only In Dreams, but my favorite is Impossible—a very poignant song about love and overcoming obstacles.

Can’t Treat Me That Way, All I Want, and Golden Street are also great songs with addicting beats.

Kate Earl is a talented new artist with an amazing, versatile voice, and if you haven’t discovered the talent of Kate Earl yet, check out her
videos and download her songs to hear for yourself.

Shop: You can purchase a download of Kate Earl on
iTunes or at various other retailers online.

Thank you to Universal Music for the review product!

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