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Merrimack River - Mandy Moore - Amanda Leigh (CD, Album)

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  1. Apr 15,  · Movie and TV star Mandy Moore is returning to her music roots. She dipped into her past for “Merrimack River” (from ’s Amanda Leigh), Moore released Coverage, an album of '70s.
  2. May 26,  · 1 contributor Amanda Leigh is the sixth studio album by American singer and actress Mandy Moore. The album was released on May 26, , via Storefront Recordings. The album finds Moore.
  3. Merrimack River Fern Dell I Could Break Your Heart Any Day Of The Week Pocket Philosopher Song About Home Everblue Merrimack River (Reprise) Love To Love Me Back Indian Summer Nothing Everything Bug.
  4. Jun 15,  · It’s time for the real Mandy Moore to please pipe up, and so her latest album goes by Amanda Leigh — Moore’s “real” first and middle names. It’s also time for Mandy Moore (recent marriage to Ryan.
  5. Amanda Leigh doesn't rely on hip-hop, dance music, production artifacts, or other today's common trends. Mandy feels more confident this time. The album has his strong "retro" vibe, drawing influences from that 70's fine pop, bringing to mind flashes of Abba and The Carpenters at times, sounding like old night club music at others.
  6. May 25,  · "Amanda Leigh" is not 'Candy Mandy'. This is Moore's masterpiece. With an album-length 70's vibe, Mandy and musical partner Mike Viola channel vintage Van Dyke Parks in opening number and instant classic "Merrimack River", a song of dazzling subtlety with a forget-me-not melody. "Fern Dell" is filled with playful time changes- delightfully cabaret/5(77).
  7. And now comes Amanda Leigh, the most adult form of Mandy's albums, this album contains lyrics that bare similarity to those of Tom Wait's & Tori Amos and the music of Joni Mitchell and Paul McCartney/5(41).
  8. Dec 14,  · referencing Amanda Leigh, CD, Album, none One word: Inconsistency. Whereas Mandy's previous release, Wild Hope, ran with a breezy AAA vibe throughout its twelve tracks, here she and new musical partner Mike Viola branch out in all sorts of different musical directions, as if they were throwing darts at various sounds to see what sticks most/5.
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