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First Time Out
  • Artist: Betty Morrell
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479043758
  • Item #: SRD904375
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 9/14/2004
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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First Time Out on CD

Betty Morrell is a singer/songwriter whose music bridges several genres and sounds like it was written in several eras. She easily pens songs that are like the traditional country we love, then she moves on to include a little jazz, a little attitude, but it's all about love. She moves seamlessly from melancholy through reflection and strength. Many of these are 'strong woman' songs in the most traditional sense. She has a voice that let's you just sit back and listen and she's comfortable with the jazzy advice of Let Yourself Fly and in the declaration of a deep and simple love in I'm Crazy 'Bout You. First Time Out, her first CD, was recorded in Nashville with a great set of studio players, with the exception of I'm Crazy 'Bout You, which features the sound of a full orchestra, and was recorded at Lighthouse Studios in Virginia and How Can It Be, which was recorded in the home studio of a friend in Maryland. The music is good, with memorable lyrics and catchy melodies, but it's the voice that keeps you coming back to listen again and again. Betty lives in Nokesville, Virginia, a rural community about 40 miles outside of Washington DC. She submerges herself in both folk/americana and country songwriting communities. She works heavily with several songwriting organizations and represents the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) as a coordinator for the DC Metro workshop. She usually performs with just her voice and her guitar, but loves it when harmonies float up from the audience. Betty is always writing and will be the first to admit that she still hasn't written her best song. Her next CD is due out in the Spring of 2005. Look for a little more bluesy feel on the upcoming CD.