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Most recent release, The Sweet Soul Light (2005)
There is one song that fits perfectly on a Rachael Sage album, and another that fits perfectly on a Rebecca Timmons album
Own; very occasional co-writing
Another Kate Bush-like songstress...nice atmospheric songs...kind of like Kate circa Lionheart. She has some lovely songs. Very nice stuff I think. Go check her out. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
2001—G.A.M. (Grab a Mike) Records 1022-6
Cheryl Bliss—vocals, keys, other weird stuff
Michael Bliss—organ on 1 track, trumpeter on 1 track, percussion/strings on 1 track, backup vocals on 2 tracks
Cheryl Bliss, Chris Bailey, Michael Bliss
Angels running after cascades from the speakers with Cheryl's voice trickling down a waterfall.
2005—Grab a Mic Records—GAM 10223
Cheryl Bliss—vocals, piano, wurlitzer, keyboards, bass, loops, backing vocals
Phil Keaggy—guitars, e-bow, bass, sampling, backing vocals, scat vocals
Phil Keaggy and Cheryl Bliss
Cheryl Bliss' second album strikes me as being less ethereal than her debut and more grounded. It's still utterly gorgeous and her voice is angelic. "Last Chance" is impressively layered and the chorus is just beautiful. "Wild Wild World" is a fine example of her new, more wide screen approach. It's got a big, lush sound and is still dreamy and sweet. "Ultrabrite" is assertive and sunny in an Aimee Mann fashion. The lovely "Sleep Well Tonight" is just a wonderful song. This is a fabulous record. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Email: email@example.com. Write: Grab A Mic Records, P.O. Box 152077, Austin, TX 78715, U.S.A.
Thanks to Jason Gordon and Anna Maria Stjärnell for work on this entry.
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