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Pieta has not lived long enough to write with the depth and vigor that her dad brings to his lyrics, and it isn't fair to expect her to--without the decades of life experience, she still brings a lot to the table.
What struck me most was the depths of her bluesy voice, husky and delicious. Bo Ramsey's guitar work is quintessential Bo Ramsey, spare and haunting, and it captures the melancholy and the magic in Pieta's voice very well.
Overall this is an album worth a listen on it's own merit, as Pieta is on a strong start to a career that will hopefully be as long and and varied as her father's.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Beautiful voice, revealing lyrics, Bo Ramsey's signature gutiar style...she's a wonderful new talent.Published on May 4, 2003 by Robert Moore
This is a breathtaking introduction to what I hope will be Pieta's long and fruitful career. Her charmingly mellow and stunning voice is so full of heart and life in combination... Read morePublished on April 16, 2003 by Brenda L. Hyke
Pure self-indulgent drivel delivered by someone half-awake, possibly not awake at all. Don't waste your money.Published on March 13, 2003
If your a fan of the 'Iowa Sound' or Bo Ramsey's production and playing, then you CAN'T miss this debut record. Read morePublished on February 6, 2003 by Benji Nichols
I guess if you are a hippie from the 60's, or enjoy music even more mellow than John Denver, then you may like this CD. Read morePublished on January 9, 2003 by Rocking Reviewer