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Wed, 14 Dec 2005

Real Woman / Vicki Pompea
Real Woman One of the challenges of keeping a blog like this going for over two hundred installments is avoiding my tendency to reuse the same material. Not the music; the little bits of business I throw in there to keep this from being just a laundry list of album titles. Of course, I'm assuming that you prefer it this way. And you know what they say about when you assume...

I mention the preceding because I felt a rant about the iTMS's categorization coming on. Or maybe about my feelings about country music. But I have a feeling that Real Woman got placed under Country by mistake. It really belongs in Folk; both Ms. Pompea's voice and her material clearly fit that tradition. Except on the title track, which to my ear is more Jazz. In any event, if you prefer clear, pure solo vocals and a leisurely pace to your music, you might find something to like here, whatever bucket you'd use to describe it.

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