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The Cure for Bad Deeds

Martina Sorbara

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Hard to explain how beautiful this is

I saw Martina supporting Billy Brag in the early 2000s in Montreal. She was absolutely incredible, stealing the show and performing such person renditions of these beautiful songs that they burned them into my memory and heart. She has since changed direction with the more commercial and poppy Dragonette, but these songs remain as a beautiful and lasting testament to her incredible talent. Her performance, by the way, was solo, alternating between accompanying herself on piano and acoustic guitar. Like I said, can't really describe how great she is/was.

These studio versions sound very close to being produced live, and are some of my favourite songs to play.

Biography

Born: Ontario, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Canada has long been known for raising amazing female singer-songwriters. All the way from Joni Mitchell, k.d. lang, and Sarah McLachlan, to Alanis Morissette and Jann Arden, and now comes Martina Sorbara. Hailing from Toronto, Sorbara definitely tips her hat of influences toward some of these pioneers, along with John Prine, Sarah Vaughn, Cyndi Lauper, and her musical hero Tom Waits. Though in a certain way, she is more reminiscent of Ben Harper. You see, like Harper, Sorbara makes her own guitars,...
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