Album Review

Alela Diane – The Pirate???s Gospel – [Holocene Music]

sailordave   3/8/2007   A Library, CD

This is the debut CD for the California native Alela Diane. Alela posesses a beautiful??strong voice. Born and raised in Nevada CIty??Alela grew up singing with her parents who??are??musicians. The talented writer and singer wrote these songs on a trip to Europe and recorded them in her fathers studio. Inspired by family events and nature Diane penned 11 songs that come in at 30 minutes. PIGEON SONG displays the beautiful voice the best. SISTER SELF has a country flair to it. CLICKITY CLACK the longest at a set friendly 3:50. It showcases Alela’s voice. Oh ! My Mama??is a tribute. A beautiful compliment??to a strong mom.This is NorCal folk??with a polished sound.??There is a certain country sound to this cd as well?? It is??certainly a fine effort for a debuting artist. A fine addition to any who like??strong spiritual female voices.


Listening to this marvelous CD once again.. This is a fantastic piece of music.Drawing on her life???s expeience???s and family life Alela Diane has created a debut cd that may be hard to top.All 11 songs are worthy of a listen. NO foul language. All 11 tracks clean. My only complaint is it is too short. It certainly left me wanting more. I look forward to hearing more from this talented lady.

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