Rachel Taylor Brown
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Most recent release, Falimy (2014)
Rachel Taylor Brown's site
CD Baby says "recommended if you like" Laura Nyro, Lisa Germano, and P.J. Harvey, and I can see some mix of them as a starting place to get where she's coming from. Also, Robin Holcomb and Veda Hille
I'd add Lisa Germano to the list of "sounds-like." A much more aggressive Lisa Germano, though. (lotterose @ gmail . com)
Recommended first album:
2008—cutthroat pop records
See Rachel Taylor Brown's site
Highly recommended for fans of the unusual
Rachel Taylor Brown—vocals, piano, jaymar, maxophone, vss-30, celesta, harpsichord, glockenspiel, fake clarinet and strings, etc., synths, guitar, ukelele, tambourine, omnichord
Jeff Stuart Saltzman—guitar (5, 6, 8); mandolin, vss-30 oratory, cymbals, bulbul, bass (2); saucepan, shaker, synth, tambourine, femora, space age sounds
One of my favorite CD Baby finds. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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