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Butterfly Boucher

Butterfly Boucher

April 17, 2012
4.7 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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Butterfly Boucher's third album is really excellent.

I found out about Butterfly by attending one of the Lilith Fair concerts, and immediately went out and got her Flutterby album, which has one of my favorite songs "Another White Dash" on it. I love that song because it seems to be the story of my earlier years set to music. With her latest self-titled album, Butterfly has done it again for me, especially with "Table For One", which with a change of gender seems like it could be about my life.

5678!, the lead-off track on the new album, has an extremely catchy and dance-ready sound, which is fun, too.

There are so many tracks on this album that get stuck in my head, even after only a few listens: lyrically and musically this album is really very cool. Highly recommended!

For a sneak peak at stripped down versions of these songs, check out Butterfly's video postings on youtube (posted under username thebutterflyboucher).
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If you're a fan of Butterfly Boucher you should already own this record. And if you're not already a fan of Butterfly Boucher, YOU SHOULD BE!

Butterfly takes "pop music" and makes it something you don't need to feel guilty about listening to -- and this record is no exception. If you're not subconsciously tapping your feet or outright singing along at full volume to "5678!" then you're simply dead inside and throwing your money away buying music at all (5678! being, by the way, a somewhat tongue-in-cheek jab at pop music its self.) I've always loved Butterfly's unique voice which is both effortless to listen to on songs like "Warning Bell," while simultaneously being able to rock out on tracks like "The Weather" and "Unashamed Desire" without screeching like your run-of-the-mill 'power-rock' singer.

A personal favorite is "Table For One" which sucked me in from the very first loose drum hits of the intro. I love the progression of the song and lyrics, which bounce from a confident independence to a more vulnerable feel between the bridges and chorus.

In any event, you aught add this to your collection! And don't forget to check out her YouTube channel 'thebutterflyboucher' for stripped-down live versions of all the tracks on this record, as well some great renditions of various songs from her previous two in the 'ALIVE' series.
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I have not heard any of Butterfly's music before that I am aware of. Wow! I really love this CD. I went back and listened to some of her older stuff. It's good, but I think this is her best. Give it a listen. Very cool!

You will be turning up the volume. The songs get you jumping, even though you may be driving. Wonderful dancing music or bike riding music or road tripping or whatever. Great collection of original songs here. Very fine effort Butterfly!
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Based on a review I read on Amazon, I bought Butterfly Boucher's first album, "Scary Fragile", before buying this one. It's a very good album, no doubt. But I have to disagree with that other reviewer. This self-titled album, "Butterfly Boucher", blew me away. As I sit at my keyboard writing this, I'm listening to live YouTube versions from a suite titled "NEW BB ALBUM PERFORMED LIVE! from Top to Bottom", posted by Butterfly. Any doubts one might have about her song-writing, singing, or playing ability can be quickly dispelled when a simple acoustic rendition of a song sounds so good. With a bit more instrumentation and the benefit of being able to redo things in the studio, a studio recording usually sounds more perfect. I wouldn't change a note. This is a collection of songs filled with emotion and depth of feeling. When she sings about the pain of maybe losing a lover, in "Warning Bell" (I only meant to love you truly...I never meant to hurt you deeply) or "I Wanted To Be The Sun" (And oh, the visions are coming back...The way that we faded black), you feel the pain...you've felt it yourself at some time. It's not common these days for two artists to release the same song at the same time, but "Unashamed Desire", co-written with Missy Higgins is such a song, and a very strong one for both (We get one sweet moment in the arms of youth...I don't want to waste time holding down the truth...I got everything to win and only pain to lose...This is my unashamed desire). How can you argue with that? I give a slight edge to Missy on this song, probably because I heard her version first, and there's a wonderfully sensual video she made for the song. This album has quickly become one that I go to before most of the others I have.Read more ›
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By Morgan on January 18, 2013
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Okay is about the best I can give this product; it was an impulse purchase, and it turns out I'm just not thrilled with the music. That's not to say it's out-and-out bad; someone with different tastes might find it very harmonious.
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Butterfly Boucher's third album is really excellent.

I found out about Butterfly by attending one of the Lilith Fair concerts, and immediately went out and got her Flutterby album, which has one of my favorite songs "Another White Dash" on it. I love that song because it seems to be the story of my earlier years set to music. With her latest self-titled album, Butterfly has done it again for me, especially with "Table For One", which with a change of gender seems like it could be about my life.

5678!, the lead-off track on the new album, has an extremely catchy and dance-ready sound, which is fun, too.

There are so many tracks on this album that get stuck in my head, even after only a few listens: lyrically and musically this album is really very cool. Highly recommended!

For a sneak peak at stripped down versions of these songs, check out Butterfly's video postings on youtube (posted under username thebutterflyboucher).
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