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|1. The Letter|
|2. The Benefit|
|5. Wide Open|
|6. Right There|
|7. Jaded (Goodbye)|
|8. Desert Rose (Higher Than A Lover)|
|11. Nice Time|
This woman's voice is so pure, so haunting and edgey, as she swoops from note to note like a seagull over the sea.
It could be said that Davis could sing the phone book and it would be a good song, however, she comes up with material that suits a voice that defies description.
Alana Davis is one of the rare artists that have managed to bridge the gap between folk and soul without faltering.
I started listening to Alana again a few weeks back and went on a search for anything new available. This fit the bill perfectly!Published 13 months ago by L. P. Mccurdy
Kind of a chick-flick of an album but her version of The Reaper is amazing. She is an excellent singer.Published on April 28, 2010 by M. McKinley
If you like Alana Davis, you will like this CD. Nothing dramatically new here, and that's ok with me.Published on November 7, 2009 by Gifted Ed Please
Much respect for this artist who is not afraid to experiment. So much genre integration in the music: reggae, soul, folk... Songwriting is brave and original. Read morePublished on June 11, 2009 by Music Review
This is an energetic and soulful cd!! Blame it on me was played to death in my house but recently replaced by Surrender Dorothy. Read morePublished on January 4, 2007 by Adrienne Mcdonald
Like most all tracks, not my favorite album but still a worthy purchase :)Published on January 1, 2007 by Jillian I. Christian
Davis really shines here. Her first two records were commendable in their artistic integrity, production values and market risks, but this record really nails down what she does... Read morePublished on October 15, 2005 by Scott Woods
The first time I heard Alana Davis was in a book store. This great music was playing in the background and that haunting voice kept pulling me away from the books, until I had to... Read morePublished on October 10, 2005 by The rocker boy