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Album Review

Danielle Howle has gained a rep for genre-hopping (even within the boundaries of one album), and label-hopping from one album to the next as well. For those familiar with her punk and country roots, Thank You, Mark starts with a rather blasé "Roses from Leroy's," a song that reminds one of a dozen other singer/songwriters. Both the straight country of "I'll Be Blue" and the blues of "Fields of Cotton" work much better, with Howle injecting a healthy dose of authenticity into these traditional structures. Howle's genre-jumping approach guarantees that the listener will never grow bored with the same groove, but it doesn't give Thank You, Mark much unity. Indeed, if one were listening to the album for the first time, one might gain the impression that it was a compilation. From country and blues she jumps to big band on "Oh Swear," an R&B duet on "If I Can't Have You," and a quiet interlude on "Love Is a Fall." Howle is a versatile vocalist, quite able to work in all of these genres, and even comes up with the catchy folk-pop of "Who Knows" late in the album. Finally, however, her approach on Thank You, Mark seems scattered and, at 36 minutes, short. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr., Rovi

Customer Reviews


I stumbled on If I Can't Have You by chance, and I'm glad I did! It is a great song - she has an awesome voice!

Still releasing great albums

How long shall Danielle Howle remain "undiscovered"? She's one of the best songwriters and vocalists in America. "Thank ou Mark" hops styles and has some nice guests, but it's that unique voice that holds it all together.

yup...she rocks!

I just saw her open for Hootie. A complete surprise...talented songwriter, a unique southern tinged talent , very refreshing amidst a world of sound-alike's.


Born: North Carolina

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Indie folkie Danielle Howle first emerged as the frontwoman for the group Lay Quiet Awhile, which debuted in 1993 with the album Delicate Wire; a year later, she issued her first solo single, "Frog" on Simple Machines. Live at McKissick Museum appeared in mid-1995, and the following summer Howle returned with her second studio full-length About to Burst, recorded in part with her new backing band The Tantrums. She and John Furr (guitars), Troy Tague (drums) and Bryan Williams (bass) captured Howle's...
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