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Album Review

Bonnie Pink recorded her third full album (and her first for her new label) in LA with Mitchell Froom producing; you can hear her interest in his work for Suzanne Vega in the arrangements deployed here. Froom indulges Bonnie in all sorts of '70s rock sounds, including the funk-meets-Zeppelin of "Call My Name" and the laid-back Don Henley-esque "Trust," which occasionally seems to rob Bonnie of her idiosyncracy. "Fish" is a great song, as is the single "Sleeping Child," a Latin-tinged, slinky number that one wishes the rest of album could match. Still, Bonnie Pink's voice is lovely throughout, clear and refreshing as the rain shower that closes the album.

Biography

Born: 16 April 1973 in Kyoto, Japan

Genre: J-Pop

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

Bonnie Pink is currently one of Japan's strongest female rock singer/songwriters in a country not known for such a thing. Blessed with a keen ear for melody and a voice that hints at Suzanne Vega, Chrissy Hynde, and Alanis Morissette but ultimately remains her own, Bonnie Pink has gone on to attract worldwide acclaim and the attention of producers including Tore Johhansen (the Cardigans) and Mitchell Froom (Suzanne Vega). Born in Kyoto, Japan, she snagged her first recording contract while still...
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