10 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Vocalist Lizz Wright, with her deep, dark tone and relaxed delivery, has a true gem in Grace, produced by Joe Henry. The twin guitars of Chris Bruce and Marvin Sewell offer a bevy of timbral and stylistic contrasts; Marc Ribot’s guest guitar on “Stars Fell on Alabama” adds yet more. The eight-piece gospel chorus, sneaking in on three tracks, is beautifully integrated. Wright is on quiet fire and effortlessly herself, whether she’s interpreting Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, Allen Toussaint, or k.d. lang.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Vocalist Lizz Wright, with her deep, dark tone and relaxed delivery, has a true gem in Grace, produced by Joe Henry. The twin guitars of Chris Bruce and Marvin Sewell offer a bevy of timbral and stylistic contrasts; Marc Ribot’s guest guitar on “Stars Fell on Alabama” adds yet more. The eight-piece gospel chorus, sneaking in on three tracks, is beautifully integrated. Wright is on quiet fire and effortlessly herself, whether she’s interpreting Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, Allen Toussaint, or k.d. lang.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
25 Ratings
25 Ratings
Tessofthed ,

Grace

Never heard of her but bought Grace. Her voice is so rich and warm. It envelops your head. The songs are about pain and triumph. This album makes me cry and laugh at the same time.

sistrudy ,

Fantastic

I’m a new fan, and I’m all in! I love her version of Southern Nights. Beautiful voice and production all around.

iggysc ,

What a Beautiful ❤️

I saw her show last night in Santa Cruz at the Kumbwa Jazz center. She has aura and beauty that is mesmerizing to watch live. Her dulcet voice carries nuances of joy, Grace and sheer beauty. Had to buy her CD after that show. Cheers

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