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Type of music generally:
Most recent release, Snow Shadows (2011)
Fuzzy Logic's Facebook page
It's hard to compare Fuzzy Logic to any particular musician, but if pressed I'd say that they are a cross between Pete Seger, Christine Lavin and Carly Simon. (email@example.com)
Usually, it's easy to classify a particular artist or CD. At least for me. While I enjoyed Fuzzy Logic's CD, Doing The Best I Can, I had a hard time trying to get a handle on my initial impressions of it. It's not entirely one genre. Fuzzy Logic is the acoustical duo of Liz Sumner and Michael Cohen. Their CD, Doing The Best I Can is a mix of folk, humor and pop. While most of their songs could be classified as folk, some, such as "Let's Be Beat," have a strong jazz overtone. Other songs are folk ballads. Some are downright funny, with intelligent sarcasm.
Recommended first album:
Doing The Best I Can
Recommended for fans of eclectic folk music
See general comments above.
2007—Dancing Dog Productions
Fuzzy Logic records comedic songs and they do a good job of them being both funny and tuneful. "Perfect Hollywood Romance" is of course about a romance that is anything but and it's cute. "The Sheik" is as funny as songs about outdated romantic ideals can be, which is very. When did anyone last write romance novels of that kind anyhow? "Carnival" pokes fun at more timeless beings, namely vampires and gets a good laugh. They are genuinely humoristic and intriguing and I'd love to see them live. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Contact: Schmutz Productions, 472 Main Street, Marlborough, NH 03455, U.S.A., 603-876-3498, e-mail email@example.com.
Thanks to Bill Adler and Anna Maria Stjärnell for work on this entry.
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