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Aleyce Simmonds - Believe (2013)

2-10-2013, 09:15
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Aleyce Simmonds - Believe (2013)

Artist: Aleyce Simmonds
Title Of Album: Believe
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: WJO
Genre: Country
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 51:48 min
Total Size: 117 / 313 MB


01. Believe 03:43
02. Built My World 04:40
03. Stronger 03:37
04. Joshua 03:34
05. Stay Gone 04:34
06. Name Without a Face 03:38
07. Pieces Over You 04:29
08. It Finds Us Anyway 04:02
09. Aleyce Simmonds featuring Karlee Simmonds) / The Tree House Song 03:39
10. Aleyce Simmonds featuring Lachlan Bryan / My Life Drives Me to Drink 03:33
11. Running for My Life 04:54
12. Tonight 04:03
13. Listen 03:27

Aleyce Simmonds’ new album has a fabulously positive title, and the first single is the title track. Country music is notorious for producing sad songs…..usually autobiographical. I am a lover of sad songs….this album is full of contemplative sad and and deep songs. The first track is probably the only “up” song. That doesn’t mean that you will be searching for the brandy or gin bottle and a pack of cigarettes by the end of it. Aleyce is this tiny little sweetie pie who has this tremendously powerful voice. The production on this album is stupendous. It is so slick and polished that the music just slides through your mp3. Sadly, I don’t have the writing credits on this silly old Itunes era of downloading, but my impatience got the better of me and I had to grab a quick download. I love cover notes and credits, but that is just me. I know from talking to legend, Karl Broadie, that he helped with one of the songs, and Aleyce herself, mentioned that my favourite Australian Country Music songwriter, Mike Carr and one of my new favourites, Lachlan Bryan helped out a bit with some others. Simon Johnson, two of the most magical words in Australian Country Music, put a lot of this together, but Aleyce is in every song. The woman wears her heart on her sleeve, and it has obviously been broken, bashed and repaired (in part). Aleyce puts her battered heart and soul into every song. I know how much blood, sweat and tears went into this album, as I have talked to her all the way through it. As far as I am concerned, if you do something in this life, you put everything into it or nothing at all. I think that Aleyce has made that part of her mantra too.

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