Album Review: No Will Power by Kat Parsons

Album Name: No Will Power
Artist: Kat Parsons
Year/Label: 2005 / Independent

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Review by Amy Lotsberg Producer of Collected Sounds

Kat Parson’s begins her collection of songs with lyrics like this, “I have no will power when it comes to you, when it comes to you I am always in the mood” Who wouldn’t want to be on the receiving end of that?

The following songs are a nice blend of pop and rock with good strong vocals, which can be sweet or sultry; skilled instrumentation; and creative songwriting.

“Miss Me” is quite radio friendly. Reminds me of a more mature Vanessa Carlton.

We wrap up the CD with a nice rendition of the Gershwin classic, “Someone to Watch Over Me” which really shows Kat’s vocal ability.

This is a solid AAA recording that could easily share a shelf with Shawn Colvin, Paula Cole and the like.

One interesting note: there are four photos of Ms Parsons on the jewel case and in each one of them she looks like a different person. She could be a spy. Of course, she’s gorgeous (no matter the angle) so she’d be noticed for sure.

Posted on February 13, 2005

Track Listing
Listen to track samples

1. No Will Power
2. Miss me
3. Go Find Her
4. We Deserve More
5. Standing Still
6. I Know it’s Time
7. Mistakes
8. To Return to You
9. Remains
10. Someone to Watch Over Me

[ Kat Parsons Official Site]

Comments:

Rating: 5 Stars
Comment: It truly is an amazing Cd. She puts so much emotion into her music, and it really connects her with her audience.
name: Marilyn Santiago-Velez on Sunday, October 16, 2005

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