Album Review: Wolves at My Door by Annie Moscow

Album Name: Wolves at My Door
Artist: Annie Moscow
Year/Label: 2001 / Melonball Records

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Annie Moscow plays the piano beautifully and has a great talent for songwriting. Her music is thoughtful, emotionally complex and mature. She has a sound based on show tunes, jazz and pop. The range on this album is dazzling. From the boisterous “Buy the Bitch a Cadillac” to the reflective “To the Himalayas” and back again. “Cinderella Suite” dissects the myth and show the grim reality lurking behind it.

The more I listen to this music the more I discover. This is a keeper.

Posted on August 4, 2001

Track Listing
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1.That Was Supposed To Be Mine
2.To The Himalayas
3.Where’s THe Silver Lining
4.Buy The Bitch A Cadallic
5.It’s All Dissipating
6.Jazz Cat
7.Dried Up And Dying
8.Blue Eyes
9.Eleven Blocks From The Beach
10.Cinderella Suite
11.There’s Gonna Be Some Changes Here
12.Wolves At My Door

[Annie Moscow Official Site]


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