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Album Review

Flags, the third record from Brooke Fraser, was inspired by Fraser’s move to Los Angeles. It’s a well-worn singer/songwriter album, with songs that take their cues from the Lilith Fair movement and L.A.’s burgeoning Hotel Café scene. Fraser knows how to craft a sturdy pop hook, and there are many of them here — particularly during “Something in the Water,” which became her first Kiwi chart-topping hit in October 2010. Elsewhere, she stretches her boundaries by focusing on ambience and atmospheric textures, even evoking a young Fumbling Towards Ecstasy-era Sarah McLachlan during “Ice on Her Lashes.”

Biography

Born: 15 December 1983 in Wellington, New Zealand

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Brooke Fraser translated her pensive and intelligent folk-pop into massive commercial success, emerging as one of the best-selling New Zealand singer/songwriters in history via her 2003 debut LP, What to Do with Daylight. The daughter of Bernie Fraser, a onetime star with the New Zealand All Black rugby squad, she was born in Wellington on December 15, 1983, and studied piano from the ages of seven to 17. At 12, Fraser composed her first original song, and a few years later she taught herself guitar....
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Flags, Brooke Fraser
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  • 11,99 €
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock, Adult Alternative
  • Released: 01 July 2011

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