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Dirty Dishes
  • Artist: Kelly Brock
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 776098127027
  • Item #: CDBY812702
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 6/4/2002
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Dirty Dishes on CD

Vancouver singer/song-writer, Kelly Brock has been singing in clubs around Vancouver as well as releasing her own CD's on her label, DitY Records (Do It Yourself!) for the past five years. Her latest CD, Dirty Dishes consists of a variety of subjects including love, sex, escapism and forgiveness. The vocals are raw yet inviting while the production of the CD consists of many layers of acoustic based instruments such as slide dobro, fiddle, cello and twelve-string guitar mixed in with some groove-oriented, organic-sounding loops. Brock's latest was co-produced with Kris Joss, mixed by Shawn Pierce and mastered by Tod Simko. The album consists of some notable song-writers and co-writers including Mike Daly (Whiskeytown/Ryan Adams), Tom Taylor (She Stole My Beer) and Greg Potter (Lost Durangos). Brock's previous CD release, So Close, garnered impressive sales, along with many accolades including two nominations for the West Coast Music Awards and a Best Female Artist nomination for the 2002 Georgia Straight Reader's Choice Awards. As a Canadian Independent Artist, Kelly has accomplished many things, including having various tracks from her last two CD's included in television shows like Dawson's Creek, Higher Ground and the VH1 movie, Out Of Synch. MuchMoreMusic has also been very supportive by play-listing her last two videos, A Lot Of Little Things and Desperate Measures.