Album Review: Deepest Part of My Soul by Trystette

Album Name: Deepest Part of My Soul
Artist: Trystette
Year/Label: 2007 / Independent

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Trystette is also known as Carrie Beehan and she brings a soul sound to the table with this album. She has an odd, but great voice kinda like Macy Gray, nasal but expressive.

Opener “Good Part of My Soul” is genuinely sweet and expressive, Trystette singing at her best.

The audacious version of “Sexual Healing” really shows her talent. With the aid of producer T.M Stevens Trystette oozes raw sensuality without being vulgar. It’s got a nice ragga vibe to it.

“Scapegoat” features scattergun effects alongside a music box melody and a genuine sense of adventure.

“Gunshot Angel” is sweet and delicate.

Trystette succeeds in updating a classic soul sound for modern audiences.

Posted on May 29, 2007

Track Listing
Listen to track samples

1. Good Part of My Soul
2. Brooklyn Boy In Berlin
3. Sexual Healing feat. T.M. Stevens
4. I Can’t Do Everything
5. Scapegoat
6. Gunshot Angel
7. Fraught
8. Narrow It Down
9. What Time It Takes
10. After My Release
11. Absolutely
12. Sexual Healing remix w T.M. Stevens

[Trystette Official Site]


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