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Susan Hedges

Faces Without Names

Goldrush Records
ISBN: 5-030192001320
GOLDCD013
www.susanhedges.com

Image: Faces Without Names by Susan Hedges album cover


FACES WITHOUT NAMES
by
SUSAN HEDGES

review

Susan Hedges is surely set to become a household name.

Remember that because, although you may not have read it here first, you are bound to hear it again and again. Faces Without Names is a phenomenal album packed with everything from Pop to Soul to Jazz and all of it is classily produced, recorded and written.


From the opening title track, through Pain Of Love and on to the closing Latin Night At Sunnyland Slims, this is a collection of thirteen tracks that should be on anybody’s “Must Have” list, as Susan delivers songs in a voice reminiscent to that of Alison Moyet in its steady control, Elkie Brooks in its power and Leona Lewis in its ability to captivate. Not only that, but Susan also writes all her own material.

 

River City Girl, Now That You’re Gone, Let’s Pretend and Love In A Minor Key are all highlights and only ask a listener to beg for more. Yet it is Sometimes Leaving that is the show-stopping track, as Susan takes the lead on a musical ride filled with poignancy that is breathtaking.

All in all there is only one thing left to say. Buy this album and buy it now, before she becomes that household name that was promised at the beginning.

www.susanhedges.com

 

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