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Beth Boucher


Country of origin:

U.S.

Type of music generally:

Alternative pop

Status:

Most recent release, Mess You Up (2002)

See also:

Beth Boucher's site

Virt Records Beth Boucher page

Comparisons:

Jill Sobule, Juliana Hatfield

Covers/own material:

Own, occasional cowriting

General comments:

Beth Boucher makes sweet pop with plenty of hummable tunes. (stjarnell@yahoo.com)

Recommended first album:

Mess You Up is the first we've heard

Recordings:


Mess You Up

Release info:

2002—Virt Records site—VRT1002

Availability:

See Virt Records site for availability

Ecto priority:

Recommended

Group members:

Beth Boucher—vocals, acoustic guitar

Guest artists:

Kurt Swinghammer—electric guitar
Luke Doucet—acoustic guitar, electric guitar
Pete Prilesnik—bass, beats, acoustic guitar
Gavin Brown—electric guitar, drums, bottle, organ, bass
Jehu Goder—bass
Miguel Sa Pessoa—keyboard
Andrew Doolittle—acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin
Chris Cameron—acoustic guitar
Perry Geyer—bass

Produced by:

Pete Prelesnik

Comments:

Beth Boucher's cd is easy on the ears. She reminds me a bit of Jill Sobule, both musically and vocally. Like Sobule her sweet voice might make you think her songs lack bite. They have plenty of clever lines and some strong tunes. The lovely "Unstamped" shows Boucher's talent for writing love songs. Like the best such songs, it's a sad one. The title track is bouncy and catchy. "Buried Down" is tougher sounding and it's also a very good song. It's a nice cd and it should appeal to a lot of people. (stjarnell@yahoo.com)


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