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Album Review

Singer/songwriters are such a prolific breed it sometimes becomes difficult to separate them from one another. Christene LeDoux shares a number of singer/songwriter qualities, including introspective folk-based music sung with a strong emotional undercurrent. In "Sweet Patty," for instance, a mother offers advice to the young girl she's abandoned, and when the girl grows up and has children and grandchildren of her own, she learns to cherish her mother's wisdom. While this particular song works well thanks to a winning melody, material like this can grow a bit cloying over an entire album. Songs like "Daddy's Café," however, seem to create a portrait that runs closer to Americana, separating LeDoux from other self-absorbed writers. Perhaps it's about her own father, but it doesn't really matter as far as the success of the song goes. It could be about anyone's father, and that gives it a universal quality. LeDoux's cover of "Landslide" is commendable for going its own way, but her adventurous vocal seems to stray too far from the melody line. Unfortunately, the best material of Little Lighthouse is front-loaded, and a similar slow pacing bogs down the last two-thirds of the album. Little Lighthouse shows potential, and on cuts like "The Entertainer," LeDoux shows that she can separate herself from the singer/songwriter pack. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford Jr., Rovi

Customer Reviews

hauntingly beautiful

It's impossible not to like this CD! Christene's music takes you home and away at the same time. She sings from the soul and with honestly that is both haunting and beautiful. Her music and voice is unforgettable. I specially like "Do You Ever Fall?" and her version of Stevie Nick's "Landslide". I can't wait for her next one.

Great Album or watever...

my fav song of this is Analisa CAUSE THATS MY NAME :))) LOL ITS A GREAT SONG AND I AGREE THAT IT FITS ME !!!


Found you via my search for Landslide versions; what a sweet, pure & hauntingly gorgeous voice!! No profile info!! Where you from ?? More music out there?! Got yourself a new Fan!


Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Christene LeDoux didn't find her calling as a singer and songwriter until she was nearly 30 years old and picked up a guitar. A self-professed wanderer, she has lived in Alaska, Connecticut, Colorado, Tennessee, Texas, Arizona, London, Stockholm, and Austria, among other places. She has worked a variety of jobs, from fueling airplanes to being a clown, a dog walker, and nanny among them, all of which no doubt helped hone the detailed, narrative flow and emotional presence of her best songs. Blessed...
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