Album Name: All That You Ask For
Artist: Julie Loyd
Year/Label: 2006 / Independent
Review by Amy Lotsberg Producer of Collected Sounds
While I’ve enjoyed many hours listening to Julie’s studio record, “The Waiting Room” I have always enjoyed her live music more. So a live CD is perfect for her.
She’s played a couple of shows at our house concert series and they’re always a great time. She’s a very dynamic live performer and a lot of fun to watch. Obviously, that aspect is missing from a CD, but the spontaneity of her live act is still here.
The production quality is very good which is not always the case on live projects. But it’s clear as a bell. Her voice is showcased nicely and sounds amazing.
It was nice to hear songs that I don’t already have on record (ie: those that are not on the one record of hers I own). I really like “Fate Says He’s Sorry”. Guess I’ll have to get all her previous albums now.
I love these songs and I love them live. I think you will too. See her live if you can, but if you can’t this is a suitable replacement.
Posted on October 28, 2006
Listen to track samples
1. Insomnia Song (Counting)
3. Birthday Song
4. Fate Says He’s Sorry
5. Against The Odds
6. Secret Of Your Own
7. Jefferson High
8. Crumbling Plaster
9. Being Home
10. The Waiting Room
11. Make Of Me