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Me Shell
  • Artist: Michelle Dumond
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101259439
  • Item #: CDBY125943
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 11/28/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Me Shell on CD

INDIE-MUSIC.COM REVIEW ____ By Jennifer Layton Meshe is a free-spirited gypsy musician with the soul of a jazz singer and the playfulness of a burlesque performer. Bob Dylan would love her. Rufus Wainwright would drag her onstage with him. Leonard Cohen and Shakira would team up to adopt her. She has the musical skills to establish credibility with a more artsy crowd and the earthiness and humor to make her more accessible to people like me who just love music. She can convey all kinds of moods with that husky, alluring, commanding voice. She can sing the fun "Bathtub Rag" about soaking in the tub and suddenly fog up the bathroom mirror by crooning invitingly, "So take off your clothes and wet your toes." She can handle a serious issue with a whimsical approach (the opener "Humanity"). She can also dim the lights, as she does in the middle of this CD, and turn into a classically-inspired dark gothic composer. "Sandra" and "Au Revoir" are orchestral tapestries of cello, piano, violin, and sweeping melodic drama. I could almost touch the sound - it's burgundy velvet. After it flowed over me and left me very still, Dumond wisely ended on an up note with "Sick on Christmas," a wry yet jingling tune. She can do anything. She can sing anything, play anything, and seduce anyone. Go ahead and give in. __ '...the song that you hear on the radio late at night and never get to hear the title of, and you're left never forgetting and always wondering who it was by and what it was all about. ' -Garageband.com ___.