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Album Review

Lauren Wood's second self-titled album is a set of catchy pop-rock that, although it would still fit comfortably into an adult contemporary format, finds Wood displaying more of her own quirky personality in the music, with often engaging results. The album includes the original version of "Fallen," just to remind listeners of Wood's past, as well as several Wood compositions previously recorded by other artists.

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Lauren Wood

Loved the Album. We've been living in Australia for the past 3 years and often would need a fix from home (USA), you helped us many an evening with your soothing voice and sensitive words. Totally recommend the album. A++++


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Best known for a pair of adult contemporary smashes -- "Please Don't Leave," a duet with Michael McDonald, and the Pretty Woman soundtrack's "Fallen" -- Lauren Wood has parlayed a variety of talents into a career spanning two decades, even if she hasn't remained highly visible throughout that time. A native of Pittsburgh, Wood began her career in that city's Rebecca & the Sunnybrook Farmers, a psychedelic rock band. Taking the moniker Chunky, she and her cousin Novi formed Chunky, Novi & Ernie,...
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