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The downtown Manhattan rock scene of the 1990s was inundated with "jangly guitar" acts, many of them painfully generic. But one of the more promising folk-rockers to make her presence felt in New York venues in the '90s is spunky Hoboken, NJ resident Mary Ann Farley, whose debut album Daddy's Little Girl is a departure from the two extremes one expects from '90s folk (angry sociopolitical commentary and waifish introspection). Like most singer/songwriters, however, Farley is an expert storyteller — and an often clever one at that. Indeed, her cleverness is hard to miss on everything from "She" (a tale of a backstabber who is hardly the sweetheart she pretends to be) to the lusty "My Bare Hands." Sometimes, the vocalist/acoustic guitarist leaves her lyrics open to interpretation — is "A Better Haircut," for example, really a celebration of shallow, materialistic women? Or is Farley actually making fun of their screwed-up priorities? Farley obviously isn't afraid to keep listeners guessing on a disc that is exciting both musically and lyrically.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A passionate singer-songwriter from the East Coast, Mary Ann Farley has acquired a small following with her arresting blend of folk, rock and pop. Born and raised in Newark, NJ, Farley did some singing as a teen-ager and sang in two all-girl groups but didn't start to become serious about writing her own material until falling in love with the music of the Police and Sinead O'Connor. Farley, who earned an English degree from Rutgers University, started playing the Manhattan/northern New Jersey club...
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