Album Review: Bicycle by Eulene Sherman

Album Name: Bicycle
Artist: Eulene Sherman
Year/Label: 2005 / Independent

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Review by Amy Lotsberg Producer of Collected Sounds

Eulene Sherman has an interesting vocal style. And by “interesting” I mean in the best way possible. There is no mistaking her for anyone else, and that is a real refreshing thing in this business. There’s nothing wrong with sounding like other artists, but it’s always a boon to be really unique. It’s party smoke, part purr…at times it sounds like she’s just rolling around on the floor and that sound is coming out effortlessly. Really cool.

Her songwriting is unique as well. The songs while catchy, don’t always go where you expect them too. They are probably too “alternative” to go on pop radio, but there might be some cooler stations out there that would give her a chance. I know that her sound would impress many listeners given the chance.

I honestly don’t know any other way to describe her, but because she’s on CD baby you can listen yourself (use the link on the left) and see for yourself. I think this is a great CD and one I will listen to for some time.

Posted on August 9, 2005

Track Listing
Listen to track samples
1. Only For You
2. Don’t Wake Me Up
3. Multiply
4. All I Need To Know Now
5. Stay
6. Give You Everything
7. When You Go Away
8. Time To Time

[Eulene Sherman Official Site]


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