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Album Review

While the religious imagery of Losing Faith's title cut may seem a bit heavy for a country song, Audrey Auld's incisive lyrics cut a bit deeper than the average Nashville ballad. When the singer compares placing one's faith in a love interest with placing one's faith in Christ ("And feed me drops of water/And tell me it was wine"), it adds a new twist to relationship dependency. While this all may sound awfully serious, Auld wraps her lyrics in an energetic musical package that never forgets to entertain. There are also good-time songs like "Doin' Well," complete with old-time fiddle and the delicious line, "I say yeah, you can go to hell/I'm staying here, I'm doing well." As with her previous album, Auld, who hails from Australia, seems to know more about traditional country than post-'90s Nashville. There's still room in her musical vision for steel, dobro, and mandolin, and she even includes an old-fashioned duet with Fred Eaglesmith on "B-Grade Affair." Auld marries this love of country roots to a modern sensibility, writing smart songs that have something to say about life and relationships in 2003. Losing Faith ends pleasantly with "Harmony," a quiet duet with Kieran Kane, bringing a stimulating album to a satisfying conclusion. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr., Rovi


Born: 1974 in Tasmania, Australia

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s

Singer/songwriter Audrey Auld was born in Australia and raised in the bush in Tasmania, without television or radio. She studied dancing and took up the classical violin in a musical family; her father played jazz piano, and her stepfather had a jazz band. As a pre-adolescent, she moved to town and became immersed in the popular music of the 1970s, listening to punk rock in her teens. Living in Sydney, she began studying acting, soon moving into video and film work, and she spent six years as an...
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Losing Faith, Audrey Auld
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Country
  • Released: 01 April 2003

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