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Album Review

With her fourth studio album, Freedom, Melissa Ferrick kicks and tears at the constraints her chosen life as a musician have set upon her. Being a tormented artist is apparently not that easy, neither internally nor externally. It obviously wreaks havoc on the inner emotional realm to have a need to create and to live by those creations. Having avoided the pitfalls of egocentricity thus far in her songwriting, Ferrick falls into that void a little on this effort, which is forgivable in the grand evolutionary scheme of an artist as talented as this one. Includes "Some Kinda Nerve," "Little Love," "Win 'Em Over," and "Drive."

Biography

Born: 1970

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

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

Singer/songwriter Melissa Ferrick emerged in 1994 as part of a group of new female alternative singer/songwriters, much in the vein of Liz Phair. Raised in Ipswich, MA, she began singing in coffeehouses after dropping out of college and eventually wound up in Boston. Her major breakthrough arrived one night when she replaced Morrissey's opening act less than an hour before showtime. Ferrick's performance impressed Morrissey, who invited...
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