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Mandy Cook - Mandy Cook (2014)

5-11-2014, 10:43
Music | Jazz | Blues | R&B

Mandy Cook - Mandy Cook (2014)

Artist: Mandy Cook
Title Of Album: Mandy Cook
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Jazz/Blues/R&B/Indie
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 53:10
Total Size: 123 Mb

1. Undone (3:40)
2. All Or Nothing (4:46)
3. Caution (5:50)
4. What Makes It Different (4:21)
5. Like Clay (3:51)
6. Mississippi Voodoo (5:32)
7. Weep (2:51)
8. Memphis Bullet (5:07)
9. Just No Good (3:56)
10. Murder Of Crows (3:19)
11. Honey (5:07)
12. Good To Know (4:44)

Mandy Cook is a child of jazz. At a young age she fed herself with her parents cd's- Al Jarreau, Sade, and Sarah Vaughn, as well as her own personal collection of big band cassettes stolen from her grandfather. Many hours of her early childhood were spent contentedly in the basement with the stereo blaring and her feet dancing. At 14, she acquired her first guitar- a 12-string she began to teach herself to play. Though she had been writing songs for quite some time, this gave her the chance to create full-bodied songs that she could accompany herself on, and therefore play out. At 15 she began playing showcases and independent gigs at small venues in downtown Columbus, Ohio, such as Tommy Keegans, Oldfield's, Ruby Tuesday, and Victorian's Midnight Cafe. She attributes her ambition and confidence in music. In 2008, a friend suggested she move to Nashville, and on a whim, she did. Having been told of Nashville's cut-throat brutality, she was thrilled to find it's musical community supportive and welcoming. However, the industry side of Nashville was little dissapointing. She was told to do this, change that, and market herself in ways that she thought were tacky, trashy, and unintelligent. After hitting many dead ends with friends' contacts, she decided to take matters in to her own hands. "I won't do anything to compromise what I love, or my values as a creator." she says. "I think that's a crucial factor in developing a fan base with loyalty and respect." Which is probably one of the reasons noisy rooms go so intensely quiet when she begins the first song of any set. It is a unique and emotionally-charged sound that is unlike anything audiences have heard. Each of her songs vary greatly in style, rhythm, and structure, but flow easily from one to the next, linked together by her voice and expressiveness. It's one part blues, two parts jazz, and 3 parts completely her.

Mandy Cook - guitar vocals
Jason Gottfried - Drums, percussion, various
Warren Whitten- Guitar

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