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Brigitte Demeyer - Nothing Comes Free

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Reviewer :
Pär Winberg Format: Album
Release date: 2003-01-23 Year: 2003
Label: Brigitte DeMeyer
Genre: Singer Songwriter
Producer: Brigitte Demeyer & Cookie Marenco
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Review

If you like me adore female singer songwriters with a little touch of both midwestern and southern USA, will have another album to check out. Brigitte Demeyer is a new discovery for me, even if shes been around for a while. Musically we´re in the garden of Bonnie Raitt with flirts of both Amy Grant, Sheryl Crow and Carole King. The production signed by her and Cookie Marenco is very nice and the songwriting is also impressing. The album opens up with the great "Another you" and there are plenty of more good tunes on the album. The 5.45 long "My Everything" with the typical "Bonnie Raitt"-groove is one and the Sheryl Crow smelling ballad "Hands Cannot Be Tied" is another one worth mentioning. Great tune. So, as I said in the beginning of the review, surf away and listen yourself if you adore the other names I mentioned in the review.

Tracklisting 1. Another You
2. By Yer Side
3. Roll the Wheels
4. My Everything
5. Brother of Mine
6. Big Boss Man
7. Nothing Comes Free
8. Hands Cannot Be Tied
9. Any Road
10. Ain't the One
11. Roll 'em Easy
12. Stand Where I Can See You
13. Oh Darlin'


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