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Posted: Mar 07, 2006 6:37
There are better tracks on this album.
(Washington, DC area)
Posted: Oct 05, 2005 10:49
Like it. Her's is a 100,000 times better sounding than her brother's voice.
(Los Angeles, CA)
Posted: Sep 20, 2005 17:01
The archetype of the "little girl" voice, Billie Holliday, was in her 20's when her greatest hits came.Billie Holliday? Little girl voice? I don't think so.
(Tucson, AZ - Thanks for visiting...now go home!)
Posted: Sep 18, 2005 22:48
anniebear wrote:Riiiight...'cause Joni's voice in "Big Yellow Taxi" is oh so 'smoky.' Gimme a break...I mean, I get your point, but are we going to move on next to critiquing the number of falsetto male voices on recent albums? I find it odd that this "little girl" voice complaint repeatedly comes from women...are you THAT afraid a few women singing in a whispy (read: sexy) voice are going to derail your equality? I'd stop worrying. What seems to be forgotten here is the factor of age. Joni was 27 when she recorded "Big Yellow Taxi", Martha's 29. The archetype of the "little girl" voice, Billie Holliday, was in her 20's when her greatest hits came. I think Martha stands on her own just fine, thank you very much. No doubt her voice will change with time, and I look forward to it. For now, I'll enjoy what we have. Quite likeable, in my opinion.
Posted: Sep 05, 2005 21:26
I LOVE that kind of voice - Kate Bush, The Sundays, The Bangles (Suzanna Hoffs), etc. I think it is a "guy" thing! =P~ diane wrote:
Posted: Sep 01, 2005 0:00
(on the banks of Eagle Creek, Indiana)
Posted: Aug 24, 2005 19:09
Boring, heard it before shrillness - still another progeny cashing in on a family name.
Posted: Aug 17, 2005 3:32
Nice voice, but the song does nothing for me. Let's hear another track or two and see where that takes us.:nodhead: the lyrics are crap
(seacoast, nh, usa)
Posted: Aug 14, 2005 0:28
(You can't get here from there)
Posted: Aug 12, 2005 13:33
Such an expressive voice. Will we hear more from this album, or will the RP boycott of all persons Wainwright continue?Shouldn't be a problem. She apparently didn't get the caterwauling gene. Not a bad voice just slightly innocuous.
(chapel hill, nc)
Posted: Aug 12, 2005 13:32
Posted: Aug 05, 2005 8:39
Nice voice, but the song does nothing for me. Let's hear another track or two and see where that takes us.I second that... :-k
Posted: Aug 03, 2005 23:14
I like it. Sort of a Jane Siberry vibe, but different.
(in exile, as always)
Posted: Aug 03, 2005 23:12
Nice voice, but the song does nothing for me. Let's hear another track or two and see where that takes us.
Posted: Aug 02, 2005 7:09
Here in Chicago we LOVE all the Wainwrights. Thanks Loads RP :heartkiss:
(Now with a New York state of mind)
Posted: Jul 21, 2005 13:55
From Rhapsody: "Martha Wainwright is the daughter of singer-songwriter Loudon Wainwright III and folk singer Kate McGarrigle..In 2002 at the age 25...Martha released her first EP Factory having honed her vocal technique as a backup singer with brother Rufus. In February 2005, she released a second EP closely followed by her impressive full-length debut Martha Wainwright...
Posted: Jul 08, 2005 14:47
I guess we'll continue to hear her! Thanks, RP.
Posted: Jul 05, 2005 11:58
Such an expressive voice. Will we hear more from this album, or will the RP boycott of all persons Wainwright continue?