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Album Review

Formerly a homespun songwriter, Kate Earl tones down the earthiness and unleashes her inner Winehouse with the self-titled Kate Earl. This is her major-label debut — the first record since 2006's Fate Is the Hunter secured her a spot on the indie map — and its 12 songs are appropriately streamlined, replacing most of her debut's intimacy with something bold, brassy, and soulful. "Nobody hikes up my skirt like you," she sings during the first track, combining cocktail-lounge sass with a sexy, risqué delivery. R&B plays a big role throughout the album, from the heavy percussion of "All I Want" to the electronic bleeps that flank Earl's voice in "Can't Treat Me That Way." Even so, she sounds best whenever she makes equal room for her Motown influences, and some of the best tracks here — particularly the Ronettes-influenced "Only in Dreams" — help link Earl with divas of pop's past. The bulk of this album is more indebted to the iPod generation, though, referencing older genres without losing its contemporary polish.

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At Last...

Songs with sung with heart and soul, emotion and melody...smart,sexy and musical...Kate Earl is the real deal...if you love music this is an artist that you'll want in your collection...like Lauren, like Norah these songs transcend time... just listen..She's magic! It's been a long time waiting but we've finally found a voice to cut thru thru clutter of mediocray. Thank you Kate you were worth the wait!

Simple, Yet Cute! :)

After hearing Kate's first released album "Fate Is the Hunter", I didn't think much of her. Her tracks seemed a bit simple and boring. It seemed as if they were missing something. But now, after hearing Kate in her new album, I have changed my thoughts toward her music. The album "Kate Earl" shows a more of a jazzy and fun side towards her. Each track is quite simple and predictable when it comes to lyrics, but the rhythm to each song is quite up-beat and fun. I'm really starting to like the new cute side of Kate Earl. This album is exceptionally impressive compared to the last album. It's simple, but it's a work in progress. :)

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Biography

Born: 1983 in Chugiak, AK

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Songwriter Kate Earl grew up in Chugiak, Alaska, where she began her career by blending the phrasing of Cat Power and Björk with the folk-chanteuse influence of Joni Mitchell. Although heavily involved with her local church, Earl moved to Los Angeles in 2004 and quickly made an impression on the town, scoring airplay on KCRW and Indie 103.1 while catching the ear of Record Collection, a Venice-based label that eventually signed her. She continued to log...
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