Album Review: A Breath in Two by Andrue Sullivan

Album Name: A Breath in Two
Artist: Andrue Sullivan
Year/Label: 2006 / Independent

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Andrue Sullivan has quite a voice. He’s one of the many who could be compared to Jeff Buckley. This debut proves he deserves it.

“Shine” provides the vocal acrobatics with a moody tune. Sullivan’s way of writing it proves his ample talent.

“Way Out” is soft yet urgent. Sullivan’s way of playing guitar is a joy to hear.

“Hear the Fool” is half Radiohead dynamics and half Bowie glam.

“My Little Ghost” lives up to its odd title. He sings of strange things.

“A Breath in two” is a strong first effort even in a crowded genre.

Posted on February 3, 2006

Track Listing
Listen to track samples
1. Locked Together
2. Shine
3. Way Out
4. Work I Put In
5. Hear the Fool
6. My Little Ghost
7. In the Night
8. Lazy Days
9. No More Time

[Andrue Sullivan Official Site]


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