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It's strange that singer/songwriter Alana Davis first received national attention through "32 Flavors," a cover of an Ani DiFranco song. In one way, the gesture was fitting, since it acknowledged a primary influence, but in another way it was frustrating, since her debut album Blame It on Me showcases a strong developing songwriter. Drawing equally from folk and pop, Davis comes on as a refined, refashioned DiFranco — one with a stronger melodic sense and a willingness to indulge in slick production. Davis is a little weaker lyrically, and that sinks a few of the songs, but many tracks here are quite promising indeed. At her best, there's a sophisticated, jazzy lilt to her folk-pop, graced with provocative lyrics. Granted, there are a few missteps along the way, but overall, Blame It on Me is a promising debut.

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Love this woman's sound, nostalgic


Born: 06 May 1974 in New York, NY

Genre: Pop

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

The daughter of jazz chanteuse Ann Marie Schofield and the late jazz pianist Walter Davis, Jr., Alana Davis made her own stand as a singer and songwriter. Born and raised in New York's Greenwich Village, Davis learned to play the guitar as a youngster. Music remained an avocation, however, until her late-teens. Although she began writing songs at the age of eighteen, Davis didn't turn to music as a career until briefly attending Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica, New York. Leaving school to...
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