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Debbie Chou


Country of origin:

Taiwan, and located in USA

Type of music generally:

Alternative pop

Status:

Most recent release, Lovebug (2012)

See also:

Debbie Chou's Bandcamp page

Debbie Chou's facebook page

Debbie Chou's Reverb Nation page

Debbie Chou is also a member of the band, The Barrens

Comparisons:

Norah Jones, Cat Power, Neko Case

Covers/own material:

Own

General comments:

Mostly piano-based mournful low-key pop with a bluesy touch. (sophiagurley@hotmail.com)

Recommended first album:

Lovebug is her solo debut

Recordings:

Lovebug (digital, 2012)

Lovebug

Release info:

2012—ditigal only

Availability:

See Debbie Chou's Bandcamp page

Ecto priority:

Recommended

Group members:

Debbie Chou—vocals, piano, glockenspiel, keyboard; guitar (5); bass (2, 5, 9)

Guest artists:

Jonathan Jetter—guitar (2, 5, 9, 11); bass (1); drum loops
Caleb Burhans—string arrangements, violin, viola
Kenny Shaw—drums, percussion
Colin Fitzgerald—guitar (3)
Mike Koene—guitar (9, 10)

Produced by:

Jonathan Jetter

Comments:

A collection of heartfelt, mournful, pop songs. Debbie Chou's vocals are highlighted, along with her lovely piano work, especially on such songs as "Sad Beautiful Eyes." There are occasional touches of country and blues, but these are flavours in what is mostly alternate pop. Definitely worth checking out! (sophiagurley@hotmail.com)


Thanks to Sophia Gurley for work on this entry.

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