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Crazy Enough

4.8 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 10, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CD Baby
  • ASIN: B0026UZEFS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #155,494 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Angela DeHaven on May 7, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Storm Large is in her purest form in this album. These songs were written as part of her one-woman show "Crazy Enough", currently being performed at Portland Center Stage. (On a side note, having recently seen the show, it is easily one of the best pieces of performance art/theater I have ever seen!)

The range of these songs is as broad as Storm's voice. From the sensual "Inside Outside", to the poingnant "Lullaby Song", to the rollicking "8 Miles Wide", every song hits you right where it should. Her vocals are strong and the lyrics are not only meaningful, but catchy as well.

Storm clearly lives her work, and her passion for music emanates in every note she sings. I recommend this album to anyone who has music in their soul. She will sing to it.
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Storm, she has a must have collection of work, some from the way back. Get it how ever you can, even used. I live in the Sacramento Metro Area, but was lucky enough to see her perform twice in Portland, OR. Wow! What a presence! I cant say enough! Discover her for yourself, NOW. ;)
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Storm Large is a rock chick that should be a phenom. You can find plenty of info about her on the interweb, but suffice to say that she's a big-voiced, bigger-than-life talent with raw moxie and passion out the a**, and freakishly hot in a totally scary, real-girl way; that is, she eschews the 'skinny-girl' look, has some imposing body art, and seems approachable, if you have enough balls and are interesting enough to conduct a conversation.

The song, 'Eight Miles Wide' is a Large, tongue-in-cheek anthem to acceptance of the marginalized, including the marginalizers. That includes you, me, her, torch singers, night-club audiences, strip-club buddies, hot chicks in poofy dresses on big horses (her again), bull dykes, hot pixy chicks, furries, big girls in tight dresses, trannies, contortionists, mimes, &c.; you name it, ad sillium. The 'Eight Miles Wide' in question is a 'Vigantical' metaphor for her arms-wide-open 'vagina', where 'everyone' should 'come inside'.

Ms Large is damned pretty in the best non- skinny American Girl tradition, and her huge grin, lost-in-thought demeanor, and thoughtful sincerity, combined with her willingness to be the butt of her own jokes, makes the video watchable and fun. The song, while a bit of a throw-away, is a catchy vocal-riff number. The video has so many sincerely comic moments, you'll find yourself watching it several times for the humor, as well as the hotness. Take the song for the pop-product it's intended to be, and move on to her intent that the video for 'Eight Miles Wide' look like "a cross between a Dr. Pepper commercial and a Massengill douche commercial." Storm Large grin.
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Saw Storm in concert and really enjoyed her music. While she has been around since the late 80's, early 90's for some reason I missed her ~ on well, better late than never. She has a great voice and puts on a great concert and I think this album, "Crazy Enough" is very good but I liked "Ladylike, Side One." better ~ my opinion ~ if you get a chance to see her live I think you'll enjoy it..
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Very nice indeed! What is there not to like about this dynamite lady? She is amazing and entertains. This is probably the best album of Storm's to date that I've listened to. Of course it's got the best song ever on it.
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I first heard Storm Large's "Where is My Mind" as part of the soundtrack to a freaky Saturday night SyFy monster spider movie. Well the movie was awful, but I immediately downloaded the Crazy Enough CD on my ipod. Storm Large has the most beautiful low, rich singing voice. I enjoyed the majority of the songs on this CD, "Call Me Crazy" and "Where is My Mind" being favorites. She definitely has a "crazy" theme going on. With her terrific voice, I'm surprised I haven't heard more of her music.
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From Webster - "Definition of PERFECT STORM : a critical ... situation created by a powerful concurrence of factors"

What you have here is a powerful concurrence of factors:
- A woman with a strong and powerful voice
- A woman with the talent for writing thought filled and meaningful songs
- A woman whose mother suffered from mental illness, and she was told it was hereditary
- Friends strong enough to pull her back up and back into the world of music that she loved

The critical situation is a woman in need of an outlet and with the talent to do something great.

The result is an album of thought filled music sung with passion and power.

It's not for everyone, but if you like female rockers with the ability to sing a range of music from hard core rock to melodic ballads, and enjoy a little raunch in your rock, then you should give this a listen.

It's great stuff (IMHO).
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After seeing Storm's one woman show there times, I had to have the CD. That was several years ago. Since then, I lost the CD and replaced it with this one. I had forgotten how powerful her biographical songs are. Can't go wrong with this CD.
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