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With Kick And Conviction

The Wreckers more than proved themselves in the realm of country music with their 2006 album, Stand Still, Look Pretty, a well-crafted effort with as much kick and conviction as anything coming out of Nashville at the time. The duo of Michelle Branch and Jessica Harp harmonize so impeccably on record that, at times, their voices almost sound as one. Translating that chemistry to the concert stage would further confirm their validity as country artists and with the release of Way Back Home: Live From New York City, they demonstrate how well they’ve succeeded. Branch and Harp sound like seasoned vocalists, their harmonies blending seamlessly regardless of tempo or style. Sparks fly on roadhouse rockers like “My, Oh My” and “Damn That Radio,” the latter written by Gretchen Wilson and Jason Deere. On slower songs such as “Crazy People” and the Wreckers’ biggest hit, “Leave The Pieces,” they deliver plenty of twang and honky-tonk despair. Because of her success as a pop artist, Michelle Branch likely has more name recognition than her fellow Wrecker. Yet, it’s Jessica Harp who shines especially bright throughout this show. Two songs in particular, “Cigarettes” and the aching ballad, “Tennessee,” were written solely by Harp and she sings them with unguarded sincerity. She exhibits remarkable depth and insight in her songwriting, attributes that will no doubt enhance and influence her forthcoming solo album. Still, by bringing their respective talents together, Michelle Branch and Jessica Harp achieve a unique symmetry in their sound. Way Back Home: Live From New York City suitably captures how the Wreckers create that sound in concert.

The Wreckers Live from NYC

I enjoyed the album, it was excellent. However, there wasn't a smooth transition from one song to the next. There was something was missing, like the DVD.

The Wreckers are AWESOME!

The girls are amazing and they are ven more amazing live. So if you are a fan you must buy this album! and if you havent heard their music you should also buy this album. They are truly talented and their music is very enjoyable.

Biography

Formed: 2004

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s

In 2004, Michelle Branch took a break from her successful solo career to team with friend and touring backup singer Jessica Harp in a new project called the Wreckers. Previous to the Branch collaboration, Harp had been working as a singer/songwriter in Nashville, and those country music elements mixed with Branch's pop sensibilities to inform the Wreckers' rootsy, harmony-rich sound. The duo debuted in autumn 2004, performing "Good Kind" on the WB teen drama One Tree Hill. "Good Kind" then appeared...
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