Album Review: Mad Wives’ Tales by Mosh

Album Name: Mad Wives’ Tales
Artist: Mosh (Lisa Gamache)
Year/Label: 2004 / Independent

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Mosh, or Lisa Gamache, has made a stunning record with interesting lyrics about being, well, a mad wife. It sounds like a hard but rewarding life. The rockin’ “Shiva” gets things off to a good start.

“Not Coming Down” is a Beatles-esque song with a terrific vocal by Gamache. It has strong guitar playing by Janet Robin.

The aggressive “Scream” is also melodic and persuasive. Gamache sings of being in a hopeless relationship and it’s very evocative.

“Aurora” is a bluesy song with a poignant lyric about a mother who escapes her life through the bottle.

“Blue Skies” is a duet with Jim Bianco that brings out the best in both singers.

“Mad Wives tales” is an amazing record.

Posted on June 27, 2004

Track Listing
1. Shiva
2. Not Coming Down
3. Best Friend
4. Scream
5. In These Rooms
6. Smokin’ Bonz
7. Aurora
8. Run Away
9. Blue Skies
10. Grace

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Comments:

Rating: 5 Stars
Comment: I LOVE YOU LISA YOU ARE THE MOST TALENTED SINGER ON EARTH! i LOVE YOUR SONGS!
name: Emil y Washinton on Monday, July 11, 2005

Rating: 5 Stars
Comment: Hello, Ya gotta get this CD. First she’s gonna rock ya a new a-hole. I swear that you won’t be able to sit for a week. The grrl’s got some lungs & she ain’t afraid to use ’em. Second, she gives us some haunting melodies that will make ya wanna cry. Check Track #7; listening while driving, I hadda pull over as my eyes teared over. And that’s sober, I swear. Third, the fotos inside the case are much better than the cover foto.
name: alex on Monday, May 2, 2005

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