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Album Review

Singer/songwriter Maren Ord makes her debut on this album, but she might as well be an old-timer for all the buzz her debut generated in recording circles. Her album is an intriguing collaboration of record labels, including Excel's Highway Records, Capitol Records, and Sony/ATV. Upon first listen, it's easy to understand why Ord was the hot topic among recording artists. She has a great pop voice that effortlessly flows from angst to sweetness. Her songwriting is solid, as are her skills on piano, keyboards, and acoustic guitar. The lyrics are deep without resorting to profanity or off-color innuendoes. In fact, "clean" describes the lyrics, which is appropriate considering her strong religious background. Overall a nice, solid pop album. ~ Dacia A. Blodgett-Williams, Rovi

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Born in Edmonton, this youthful performer started in music and an early age and hasn't stopped. The eighth of ten children, Maren Ord would often perform with her family as the Ord Family Singers in and around Edmonton. Having been taught piano by her mother, Ord took up guitar and taught herself by age 15. She would also often sing whatever she heard on the radio. Having competed and won a number of high school battle of the bands with her group Harry Ainlay, she entered a radio-station song contest...
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