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Susan Cattaneo – Haunted Heart (2014)

23-02-2014, 14:14
Music | Folk | Country | Pop

Susan Cattaneo – Haunted Heart (2014)

Artist: Susan Cattaneo
Title Of Album: Haunted Heart
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Susan Cattaneo
Genre: Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 54:45 Min
Total Size: 145 Mb


1.Susan Cattaneo - Haunted Heart (3:16)
2.Susan Cattaneo - How A Cowboy Says Goodbye (3:14)
3.Susan Cattaneo - Done Better (4:50)
4.Susan Cattaneo - Hidden Heart (1:56)
5.Susan Cattaneo - Haunted Heart Prelude (0:45)
6.Susan Cattaneo - Lorelei (2:57)
7.Susan Cattaneo - Barn Burning (5:31)
8.Susan Cattaneo - Ingenue (3:58)
9.Susan Cattaneo - John Brown (3:50)
10.Susan Cattaneo - Abide (3:37)
11.Susan Cattaneo - Lies Between Lovers (4:08)
12.Susan Cattaneo - Worth The Whiskey (4:28)
13.Susan Cattaneo - Memory Of The Light (3:39)
14.Susan Cattaneo - Queen Of The Dancehall (4:32)
15.Susan Cattaneo - Revival (3:57)

Jersey's Susan Cattaneo's fourth album and follow up to last years' LITTLE BIG SKY demonstrates a move towards more personal content, taking first-hand ownership rather than writing with others in mind. Coming from an academic background, a professor in songwriting at Berklee College of Music, you would expect nothing short of class, and that's pretty much what we get on HAUNTED HEART. Produced by Lorne Entress, the handsomely packaged release also takes care to ensure we get our money's worth, with fourteen songs, each accompanied with printed lyrics in an equally handsome booklet.
It's all pretty much about storytelling, sophistication and style, with Cattaneo choosing a Country pallet to lay her varied colours, although it has to be said, HAUNTED HEART takes on a more contemporary feel in places. From the powerful Abide to the radio-friendly Lorelei, the emotional charges take command of the album's content, leaving us with melodies to remember and lyrics to think about. This should be the album that sees Susan Cattaneo mentioned in the same breath as Lucinda Williams, Gretchen Peters and Kim Richey.

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