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Why Not Take a Chance
  • Artist: Mary Wiles
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 687474087623
  • Item #: CDBY408762
  • Genre: Gospel
  • Release Date: 12/30/2003
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Why Not Take a Chance on CD

Mary Wiles 'Why Not Take A Chance' If you are looking for more than a pretty face with big major label bucks and production wizardry behind an artist, then look no farther. Mary Wiles is one of the few artists left to be able to do it all. Not only does she play seven of the instruments on this CD, having arranged and produced it herself, but she wrote all the songs, two of which have already won songwriting awards. She has won a page full of songwriting, vocal and performance awards, some which are from the Billboard Song Contest. She has toured extensively with her band and opened for Loretta Lynn, Tracy Byrd, and the 60's hit making group The Association. 'Why Not Take A Chance', released on Bluetail Records, is Mary's second CD, and she hits us hard with a great gospel variety rock album. You cannot listen to this CD without taking a part of Mary's deepest heartfelt lessons into your own heart, and start singing along with the hooky, inspiring lyrics. There is a refreshing variety of musical styles, ranging from kicking heartland rock, rhythm and blues, folk, country and a beautiful ballad. The vocals are clear and powerful, the lyrics are transparent and genuine. A fast paced album, each song compliments the next, providing enjoyable variety and showing a wide range of musical creativity. Mary plays blues harmonica, guitars (12 string, acoustic and slide), violin, banjo, mandolin, and keyboards. Other instrumentation on the album is electric lead guitar, flute, and drums. Recorded in Seattle and mixed in Nashville, this recording that took over four years to create will be one of your favorite albums. Visit Mary's website at marywiles.com.