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Anxiously Awaited!

Her previous album, Journey to Miracle River, had its own achy sweetness, and yes, I've played it till I've nearly worn the tracks out; now Amy returns with Light on My Path, and I'm not disappointed. Equally high-caliber lyrics, masterfully penned.

Bernie Chiaravalle never produces anything subpar; this album is flawless.

She runs the gamut on vocal versatility, proving Amy is at home in pop, country, jazz, folk. The instrumentation is crisp; the percussion, almost reminiscent of a timepiece ticking. It's impeccable. Pair it with Amy's 150-grit, sweetly sandy vocals, as well as those of her collaborators, this entire album is a pleasure cruise of sound and texture. The songs tell stories and paint pictures. They leave you wistful, longing, contemplative. You can't get this chemistry in a studio full of strangers; no, this was a collective labor of love. Well done (again), Amy.

Love Every Song!

Fabulous combination of pop, jazz, and country songs sung by one my favorite artists. Amy's sweet voice is so easy to listen to and each song is unique, providing a true sampling of her timeless talent. Highly recommend!!

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer Amy Holland scored a Top 30 hit with her soft rock track "How Do I Survive" in 1980. The song, taken from her album Amy Holland, was produced by Doobie Brother Michael McDonald and featured several notable musicians of the time, including Mike Porcaro, Tom Scott, and Bill Payne. She had a minor hit two years later, singing a duet on "Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing/You're All I Need to Get By" with Chris Christian. In 1983, she issued On Your Every Word, but it failed to attract an audience....
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