Album Review: The Ghost of Guadalupe by Bob & Wendy

BOB AND WENDY: Ghost of Guadalupe

Album Name: The Ghost of Guadalupe
Artist: Bob & Wendy
Year/Label: 2008 / Independent

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Review by Amy Lotsberg Producer of Collected Sounds

I’ve been listening to, and enjoying Bob & Wendy’s music for several years now. It seems each release is better than the last (and the first one was damn good).

They have a nice Alt Country/Americana style that I’ve come to love more and more over time. Wendy’s voice is in fine form and matches the music perfectly. It’s got a touch of smoke and so much emotion.

They have a gift for writing intricate and interesting melodies. It’s amazing to me that there are still new songs to be written since there are only 8 notes. So those who can write unique melodies are gods to me.

Another thing I greatly admire is being able to write intelligent lyrics (anyone can write pop-tart songs) and Bob & Wendy are masters here as well. I honestly don’t know why these two aren’t super famous.

Stand outs: Trace of Longing , Something Strong, Perfect Pitch but they’re all good.

Track Listing
1 Trace of Longing
2 Mother Love
3 Blue Grotto
4 Legacy
5 Leaving Lexington
6 Something Strong
7 Universal Mother
8 Proving Ground
9 Perfect Pitch
10 Best Man
11 Resolution
12 Change Your Mind
13 Lonesome for You

[Bob & Wendy Official Site]


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