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Astonishing first album by an independant artist...

I love this album. This is one of my fav. titles in my catalog of this style. The style of Suzanne Vega, Eva Cassidy... . This album has so many Awesome titles it is very hard to tell you what is the best. The most talked about I would say is "The Piper's Song". Most people also LOVE "Don't Call Me Ma'Am". For the best story/folk songs you have to check out "Ancient Lace", "Suffer The Martyrs" a song about the ancient Irish/Scottish/Celtic wars and "The Fog". Personal Fav. "Run Girl Run", "You Would Think" - Very emotional and very relatable. You have to listen to this CD it will become a great gem in your personal music catalog. I find myself picking up this Album every once in a while and it never loses it's luster no matter how much I listen to it, or how long it has been since I have last played it. Angela Lashley is a wonderful singer, and her lyrical style is timeless. Her voice just sounds so familiar, you feel like you know her, her sentiment shows through the songs.

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Suffer the Martyrs

When I first heard "The Fog," I couldn't believe the amount of emotion that could be infused into a single piece of work. Mrs. Lashley does an exemplary job at weaving a ballad, compelling you to go along on her musical odyssey; few artists are capable of accomplishing this feat. This leads me to the review of the entire musical opus that is "Suffer the Martyrs." It is breathtakingly passionate, original and rivals most of the mainstream work that is available today. Each song explores a different theme, but somehow the entire collection seems cohesive. I'm unsure from where Mrs. Lashley derives her inspiration, but it appears to be a limitless font of creativity and meaningfulness.

I could wax complimentary for several pages, but I will simply finish my review with this final statement. If you are looking for a master songwriter, who also has an addictive voice, then purchase this album.

Suffer the Martyrs, Angela Lashley
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