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Have You Met Lera Lynn?

March 5, 2011 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: March 5, 2011
  • Label: Slow Records
  • Copyright: 2010 Slow Records
  • Total Length: 30:19
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  • ASIN: B004PV3I3Q
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,422 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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I look forward to hearing more new music from this incredibly talented artist and band!
Kevin P
Go ahead listen to this full band CD, the angelic perfect voice, timing, and vocals are not the result of many takes and studio magic.
Ralph Swindle
She was amazing live, and we bought her cd on the spot and have probably listened to it 80 times!
josephine

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Adam L. Holley on July 7, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
I first found Lera Lynn through her recent amazing cover of TV on the Radio's song "Wolf Like Me" (everyone please look this one up), and in the process I downloaded another song offered free on her website, "Bobby Baby". Not only did I listen to "Wolf Like Me" countless times, I often found myself going back to the dark and mysterious "Bobby Baby" over and over again as well. Lera's album avoids many of the trappings of what most people would consider "Country" music today, instead capturing some of that raw, earthy flavor felt in days past, bringing forward passionate lyrics and a sound that you could picture coming from atop an intimate stage in a darkly lit bar, a log cabin by a river dock, or just the halls of a great sound studio. Even if you're not typically a fan of folk or country, I urge you to give this a listen or two...and I hope you'll be drawn in by Lera Lynn's soul-filled music just as I have.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ralph Swindle on June 7, 2012
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Picked up "Have you met Lera Lynn?" last nite after hearing her live at the Carmel Palladium, opening for Punch Brothers. Among the cuts on this album she performed Whiskey, Gasoline, Bobby Baby. She and Ben Lewis on unamplified (no cables or pickups) acoustic guitars, no monitors, only a single mike for voices and guitars: absolutely stunning. Every note from her was perfection, and all the time achieving perfect balance of voices and guitars by both stepping into and away from the mike. Incredibly disciplined performance especially from some one so young. Not a single mis-step throughout the set. When I asked her after the show if indeed all she had was the mike and no monitors, she agreed saying:"Yeah its been a while since we have done that!" and I thought they were going for old style purity and simplicity. They ripped a tour de force with only a single mike, after only a sound check set-up. Incredible live musicianship on the fly. The last time I have been this stunned by an unknown singer was stumbling into a live solo acoustic coffee house set by John Prine 40 years ago before the launch of his first album.

Go ahead listen to this full band CD, the angelic perfect voice, timing, and vocals are not the result of many takes and studio magic. She is the real McCoy, singing mostly her own compositions. The CD starts out more country-flavored than her live performance, but the full range of genres is there showing her huge range: Country, pop, folk, rock, blues (Undertow), swing. Lovely production on the CD, kudos to Lera and CK Koch for fabulous production that let her voice seduce you with every note, perfect timing, never lost or muddied in the accompaniment. She is a talent to follow, with vocal and compositional chops that god only knows where she will go.
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By Larry B on August 26, 2013
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This gorgeous singer/songwriter is heaven to the eyes and ears of all mankind.
This artist is definitely going places which hopefully includes your town or city soon.
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By Kneemanshu on November 30, 2012
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I can't say I am a fan of country music, though I do consider myself a fan of folk and other 'roots' music, so I've been trying to branch out. I first heard Lera Lynn on A Prairie Home Companion, she sang 'Whiskey' and I was mesmerized. The music is obviously country, but hardly the pop country on the radio. The folk and other roots influences are quite apparent. Her voice is striking, and sounds as good on the dark Bobby Baby or the more up beat Wolf Like Me cover mentioned in a previous review. Highly recommend buying it, but if you are hesitant to drop twenty bucks on an album (as I was) listen to some of her stuff on youtube or stream the album on her website, it'll only make you wish you bought it sooner.
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