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Outside the Frame

Paul Brandt

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Album Review

Paul Brandt's second album, Outside the Frame, is a successful continuance of the neo-traditionalist formula that made his debut, Calm Before the Storm, such a success. Again working with producer Josh Leo, Brandt finds the middle ground between traditional honky tonk and contemporary country pop and while the songwriting is occasionally uneven, the conviction and passion of the performances make the weaker moments glide by. All in all, the album — from the ballad "What's Come Over You" and the rocker "Yeah!" to "A Little in Love" — proves that Brandt is one of the better mainstream contempoary country vocalists of the late '90s.

Biography

Born: 21 July 1972 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Paul Brandt (born Paul Rennee Belobersycky on July 21, 1972) was one of the Canadian country singers able to take advantage of the massive success of Shania Twain and parlay a successful career for himself in America. Brandt was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, where he sang gospel music and learned to play guitar as a child. During high school, he began playing local talent contests, singing his own songs. Most of his original material was directly inspired by neo-traditionalists like Dwight...
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Outside the Frame, Paul Brandt
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  • 9,90 €
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Country, Contemporary Country
  • Released: 31 October 1997

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