Album Review: Take me Home by Sin & Tonic

Album Name: Take me Home
Artist: Sin & Tonic
Year/Label: 2004 / Independent

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Review by Amy Lotsberg Producer of Collected Sounds
First of all, I love the band name. Cute naughty play on words. I learned from the first track that my speakers are on the reverse sides of my desktop. Helpful indeed.

Sin & Tonic are Davita Gayle and Amy Koza and they make great music together.
The harmonica on the title track has me thinking of Blues Traveler but with sassy female vocals.

The tone of the CD is Americana with a twinge of Bluegrass and pop. The songs are cleverly written with just enough to hook to well, hook you in, but without sounding forced.

Their voices harmonize together very nicely. Too bad the CD is only 8 songs long. Seven if you count that the first track is only 17 seconds. But this is a great recording. I bet these ladies are really fun live as well.

Stand out songs: “Take Me Home”, “Lay Down”

Posted on December 15, 2004

1. Intro
2. Take Me Home
3. Return My Johnny Cash Record
4. Second Chance
5. I Will
6. Drinking Man
7. Galaxy Baby
8. Lay Down

[Sin & Tonic Official Site]

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