Red Guitar

Annie Keating

Red Guitar
Performed By Annie Keating
Album UPC 616892682127
CD Baby Track ID 1397417
Label Annie Keating
Released 2005-01-01
BPM 101
Rated 0
ISRC uscgh0551942
Year 2005
Spotify Plays 379
Writers
Writer Annie Keating
Pub Co Annie Keating
Composer Annie Keating
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - NY - New York City

Description

The Village Voice raves, " Keating is a wise mix of Lucinda Williams songwriting, Gillian Welch guitar and a vocal all her own...one of those singer-songwriters that lets her music do the talking.

Notes

Keating’s second release “Take the Wheel” is songwriting at its purest. THE VILLAGE VOICE raves, "Keating is a wise mix of Lucinda Williams songwriting, Gillian Welch guitar and a vocal all her own. One of those singer-songwriters that lets her music do the talking. Her style invokes a cross between Willie Nelson and John Prine, and you don't get any better than that.”

You don’t get any better than that. No frills, just passionate music and intimate songs, both tough and tender. Keating doesn’t dance around issues or waste time wondering - she takes the wheel. And her sultry voice cuts straight to the heart. Her new album, “Take the Wheel,” produced by Chris Tarrow (GrooveLily and Goodbye Girl Friday) takes her talents to a new level. The songs blend acoustic and electric sounds with a warmth and quality that seems too good for a self-released CD.

"...a rocker in the best possible sense of the word...enough twang to be called country, lyrics that tell a folksinger's story, but throw in her road-wizened voice and wailing electric guitar and what you've got is rock. As in rock solid." -- Performing Songwriter

"...pure Americana, twang-infused folk storytelling with blissful tooth and grit..." -- Twangville

"Country-rock, with a renegade bite" -- L.A. Weekly

"Annie Keating's second album is heartfelt and just plain good. A little folky, a little country with a nuance of pop -- she writes beautiful stories. She's got a great future. " -- Ray Randall, AMERICANA ROOTS REVIEW

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