Album Review: Little Light by Allison Crowe

Album Name: Little Light
Artist: Allison Crowe
Year/Label: 2008 Rubenesque Records Ltd.

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Review by Amy Lotsberg Producer of Collected Sounds

First of all, look at that cover photo…could she be any cuter?

Secondly, I don’t really know what else I can say about Allison Crowe that I haven’t said already in the 6 years I’ve been reviewing her CDs and listening to her music. She’s fantastic, I know it, you know it, and since she only gets better as the years progress you can probably guess what I think of this record. I am just having a hard time putting it into words. Luckily she is more creative than I and keeps putting out great records.

‘Disease’ is really cool. It is very dramatic. There is lots of banging on piano and weird rhythms. This is quite different for her. The piano is dizzying. Several times now, while it’s been on shuffle with others, it’s stopped me in my tracks. This is currently my favorite track.

While I am at a loss for new adjectives, she is always coming up with something new. Guess that’s why she writes songs and I don’t!

Another great one Ally!

Track Listing
Listen to track samples
1 Northern Lights
2 Angels
3 Disease
4 Time After Time
5 Little Light
6 Happy People
7 Hold Back
8 Choose to Be
9 Running for Home
10 When I’m Gone
11 Wedding Song

[Allison Crowe Official Site]


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