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Album Review

There are no tricks with Brooklyn's Kat Hayman on her debut folk-pop LP. She's like a classic ‘60s pop singer-songwriter, with a voice that reminds pleasantly of the days of Lulu, Sandie Shaw, and Cilla Black, only with a feminine warmth that seems so much more personal somehow. Although there are specks of cello, violin, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, piano, organ, and delicate bass and drums, it's her acoustic strums and deep, water-clear, breathy Feist-like voice that command these 11 tracks, and that's as it should be: Her simple, unadorned sincerity comes through from the get-go, singing a lyric sheet that finds her ever kissing lovers adieu ("Act Accordingly," "Chewed Up Goodbyes," "Angel Eyes"). You'll see why they came around in the first place. Oh, the humanity!

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Genre: Pop

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The self-proclaimed ‘Great Kat’ began her musical career as a classically trained violinist, graduating from the Juilliard School of Music in New York. After six years of solid performance on the instrument, she switched to the guitar and began experimenting with a fusion of classical and rock music. Adopting a high-speed technique, she concentrated on short instrumentals. Worship Me Or Die was poorly received, despite Kat’s proclamations that it represented ‘the first real revolutionary music since...
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