Album Review: From the Lion’s Mouth by Nedelle

Album Name: From the Lion’s Mouth
Artist: Nedelle
Year/Label: 2005 / Independent

Review by Amy Lotsberg Producer of Collected Sounds

Well, I loved Nedelle’s previous (and debut) release, “Republic of Two” so well it made my top of 2003 list. I still listen to it on a regular basis. So I was thrilled to see that she had a new release out now.

I’m so glad the first was not a fluke. This release is as good if not better.

Nedelle’s voice is so distinct and lovely. It’s got a very homey comfortable feel to it. Any child would be lucky to have Nedelle singing lullabies to him or her.

“Follow Me” uses a instrument that I believe, is a clarinet. But perhaps has the key board paying with it giving it a hollow sound that is haunting and really cool.

I am looking forward to playing this CD on a sunny spring afternoon while I am relaxing on the porch and sipping wine.

Other stand out songs: Though I truly love all the songs on here, these really do stand out to me: Blundering Blood, The Natural Light

Posted on March 24, 2005

Track Listing
1. Tell Me a Story
2. The Natural Night
3. Blundering Blood
4. Good Grief
5. Heatstroke
6. Our Little Selves
7. Oh No!
8. Just In Time
9. World Warrior
10. Begin to Breathe
11. Winged Can
12. Follow Me

[Nedelle Official Site]


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