MP3 Henry Doss & Emma Rugg - Two Songs
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2 MP3 Songs
POP: Beatles-pop, ROCK: Folk Rock
HENRY DOSS & EMMA RUGG
"A musical match made in heaven..."
This two-song EP is the first collaborative recording between singer-songwriters Emma Rugg and Henry Doss. (https://www.tradebit.com and https://www.tradebit.com) Emma, based in the United Kingdom, released her debut CD last May, "Isolated Impressions." Henry released his debut CD last April, "Remnants Of A Conversation." The two artists "met" via a joint appearance on the BBC and decided to collaborate on a recording project. The result is this two-song set, recorded in July of 2003.
The two are set to complete their second collaborative project in April of 2004.
Steve Rudd, based in the United Kingdom (https://www.tradebit.com) had this to say in his review of the recording:
" 'I've Been Thinking' is an infectiously upbeat anthem, nostalgic in its content and bursting forth with a rock riff of vibrant caliber. This, Henry says, is one of the first tracks that he sat down to write, with the lyrics being reflective and down-to-earth. The overall feel of the tune is wholesomely upbeat, and once the rock guitar solo kicks in it's high time for the listener to proudly scrunch up their nose in a 'mock rock' pose and to stamp their feet in salute.
The second track Emma and Henry worked on together, 'Lonely Child,' is much different in style; far less rocking and more bewitchingly charming. Acoustic based, this is shimmering, finger-picked bliss, subtly backed by bass, piano and a lilting string arrangement for emotion-rousing measure. On both songs Henry and Emma sing together, but it's through 'Lonely Child' in particular that Emma's startlingly beautiful voice comes into its own as they duet on this track written about his oldest daughter ('I wish that you could find your way back home and you would understand that you are not alone'). Perfectly produced in every respect, the compassionate soul that oozes through every note might remind of the poignant music of towering Canadian songwriter James Keelaghan. There is a definite 'Country'-lilt to the music, though the sublime tunefulness - and intoxicating vocal chemistry between Henry and Emma - ensures Lonely Child's 'pop'-infused stature as a heart-rending duet like few others."
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