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Album Review

On their second LP, Fort Worth/Denton, Texas' Bosque Brown remain tinted by the breathy, ghostly chamber vocals of Mara Lee Miller, who sounds like a bizarre group marriage of Chan Marshall of Cat Power, Björk, Nina Simone, Amy Winehouse, Sam Phillips, Hope Sandoval, and Patsy Cline. She would have to be, singing over music that flits from '30s country to gospel to ancient folk. Usually, the backing is so spare (just a piano, or barely troubled acoustic) it feels like she is singing a cappella even though she only does that occasionally, like on "Off and Off, Pts. 1 & 2." Good thing her voice is so piquant, darkly soulful, and rich, instead of thin and waif-like, because she's up to the task of carrying these 13 evocative cuts. ~ Jack Rabid, The Big Takeover, Rovi

Biography

Formed: Denton, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Named after a river that runs through Stephenville, TX, Bosque Brown is a lightly Christian-flavored alt-country band, but is really, when all is said and done, singer and songwriter Mara Lee Miller, whose haunting, dark, and oddly hopeful and spiritual narratives are somewhat reminiscent of Gillian Welch. Growing up in Stephenville, Miller's Baptist background exposed her to countless hymns and her mother, a piano teacher, made sure her daughters knew how to play those hymns on piano. Miller, meanwhile,...
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