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Album Review

Bree Sharp sharpens her focus on this engaging sophomore effort that emphatically thrusts the commercial pop back into alternative rock. Whether she subconsciously conjures Sheryl Crow's rootsy pathos, as in "Everything Feels Wrong" and "The Ballad of Grim and Lily," or turns the gender tables around on a spit-fire cover of Don Henley's classic "Boys of Summer," Sharp's feminine swagger is heartening and authentic. "Lazy Afternoon" kicks off the disc with a strong four-to-the-bar rocker worthy of a Ray Davies comparison, especially when the bridge modulates and Sharp ups the ironic ante. "Morning in a Bar" waxes psychedelic (note the "Strawberry Fields" motif tucked behind the verses), while the ribald folk-rock ditty "Dirty Magazine" might of been the sort of taboo topic that Marianne Faithfull would have pined with great controversy circa 1966. More B.S. is better.

Customer Reviews

B Sharp

Bree Sharp rocks. A true gift she has and I want more. So where ever you are Bree, get back in the studio and share your voice. :) I don't want to compare Sharp to other female vocalists, but she can definately hold her own. A refreshingly independant voice that you should check out.

Bree is Very Sharp

I stumbled upon Bree Sharp through Pandora, and then created a new station around her. It's pathetic that over-produced marginal talents like Britney Spears get radio play, while those like Ms. Sharp languish in nowhere'sville. This CD is excellent; you know right from the first kickin' bar of Lazy Afternoon. That song would be great on any radio station, but can't get played. At least you can play it in YOUR CD player now. Buy it.

Cult of Bree

By chance, I was in the record store 7 years ago (1999) and put on the headsets to Bree Sharp's first album. I fell in love with it and bought it. Its a great disservice to the music loving public (marketing by the label?) that Sharp not more widely played or known. This morning I did a search being new to iTunes and found this album. It certainly did not disappoint me but really doesn't have the blast of energy of the debut. The tracks sound clear and the lyrics deep and personal. I enjoyed this album, I hope that a new album is in the works. Sharp has a story to tell and a voice to which people will listen.


Born: December 17, 1975 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Having grown up in Philadelphia, PA under the supervision of Bob Dylan, Patti Smith and Elvis Costello, Bree Sharp armed herself with an acoustic guitar and performed three-minute folk ditties throughout the local coffee shop scene. With lyrical content that dealt with, among other things, a considerable David Duchovny obsession, Sharp settled in Manhattan after graduating from New York University and issued her debut, A...
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