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Allison Crowe - Heirs + Grievances (2016)

1-04-2016, 10:12
Jazz | Pop | Folk | iTunes

Title: Heirs + Grievances
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Allison Crowe
Genre: Folk, Piano, Singer-Songwriter, Female Vocalists
Quality: AAC 256 Kbps
Total Time: 49:20 min
Total Size: 101 MB


01. You All Haunt Me
02. Arthur
03. Tarry Trousers
04. Foggy Shores of Home
05. Oceans
06. Why
07. On the Air
08. Now
09. Going Home Tonight
10. Now I’m 64
11. Words
12. Lisa’s Song
13. Silence

Allison Crowe began performing professionally in 1996, at age 15, doing regular sets in the coffee-houses and bars of Vancouver Island. Crowe's recording debut came in 2001, with an EP subsequently reissued (in 2003) as Lisa's Song + 6 Songs. Her first full-length albums, Secrets and Tidings, were released in 2004, when Crowe was 22.[1] (Tidings was originally released in EP form in 2003.) Allison Crowe: Live at Wood Hall, a double concert album, was released in July 2005. A DVD featuring live-in-the-studio performances of Tidings songs was created for her fan club in November 2005.

Crowe, of Scottish, Irish, and Manx descent, grew up surrounded by jazz, classical, and rock music, and discovered additional influences on her own such as Ani DiFranco, Pearl Jam, Tori Amos, and Counting Crows. She plays music of all these genres, making her difficult to categorize: in's downloads, she has simultaneously been in the top three on the Rock Singer-Songwriters, Hymns, Blues, Jazz, Broadway, and British & Celtic Folk charts. "Drawing from classical, jazz, pop and gospel sources, the young singer has created singular, inspiring music both in the studio and in the concert hall." (Joseph Blake, Victoria Times Colonist, March 24, 2005).

Crowe's most mentioned characteristics are her remarkable live performance ability and her distinctive voice, the natural force of which has been compared to that of Mahalia Jackson. "With the soul of Janis Joplin and the tenderness of fellow Canuck Sarah McLachlan, Crowe rocks with her own unique brand of roots charm." (David McPherson, Exclaim!, October 5, 2004). She accompanies herself on guitar and the piano, on which she has been classically trained. Her physical, percussive, piano style has been likened to that of R&B and rock and roll pioneers such as Fats Domino. She is largely a solo performer, though she has been part of bands as well, notably in a trio format as the Allison Crowe Band (2000 to 2003). Her passionate, visceral style has been referred to as "Elton John meets Édith Piaf" (Clodagh O'Connell, Vancouver Courier, May 23, 2001).

Crowe mostly performs her own songs, which she has been quoted as saying vary among rock, jazz, and folk, with lyrics and an intensity that has been compared to that of Laura Nyro, Eddie Vedder, Tori Amos, and Patti Smith. "Ever wonder what it would have been like to listen to a gifted singer/songwriter from Saskatchewan in a small, intimate hall before she became Joni Mitchell? Don't fret the missed opportunity. There's no need to turn back the clock. Check out Allison Crowe," says Robert Reid in The Record.

"Whether I'm Wrong", an original song of social conscience penned in early 2003, has been featured by the UNESCO-endorsed New Songs for Peace initiative.[2] Crowe is also acclaimed for her interpretations of songs by a wide variety of composers, from Jerome Kern to Pearl Jam, including Lennon–McCartney and fellow Canadians Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen. Her cover of Cohen's "Hallelujah" was named Record of the Week by Record of the Day (UK) in August 2004 and again in November 2005.

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