Beth Wimmer

Beth Wimmer

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Folk - Rock | from Boston to California, to..., St. Gallen, Switzerland
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Member Since: 2005
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Ghosts & Men

"Beth Wimmer - American singer/songwriter now lives, tours and records in Europe. She has co-produced this, her third album, with her...

Miracle Girl

Beth's newest and semi-sweetest collection - songs of brotherhood, love...and tongue-in-cheek brutal truth! Released in June 2008.

Live Within Live Without

"Beth Wimmer certainly deserves top kudos for this lush and savvy album. Live Within Live Without has a free spirited feel, exploring love lost and...

Lover from Last Summer

"LOVER FROM LAST SUMMER" This EP contains the rare and moody "Weather" - a Finalist in the 2007 Lyric Writer Awards by We Are Listening.org, and a...

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"Beth Wimmer's debut CD is brilliant and heartfelt. Even with its simple approach of just vocals and guitar, the songwriting is deep and intricate...

Ghosts & Men

Folk - Rock

"Beth Wimmer - American singer/songwriter now lives, tours and records in Europe. She has co-produced this, her third album, with her multi-instrumentalist band member Damiano Della Torre. Her previous albums found her working with members of Mojo Monkeys and she managed to persuade drummer David Raven to join them for a few tracks. The overall sound is Americana-ish with touches of eclectic electric folk. There are swells of Hammond B3, forceful guitars and strident rhythms at the heart of these heartfelt songs--the focal point of which is Wimmer's voice, a strong instrument that conveys the emotion of the songs whether the more laid back lines about traveling with the right man in 'Easier Life', a theme that she also takes up with 'My Babe'. It features some textured touches of accordion that give the song added musical depth. In 'Makin' War' the subject misses her man while he's off doing what a man has to do. These songs are about life, love and relationships. Subjects common to most singer-songwriters but when in the right hands convey common experience. Her take on 'Bad Moon Rising' (the only cover song) is done by adding some sense of disturbance that enhances the mood of the song. 'Damn Angel' deals with tragedy and features some atmospheric saxophone from the late Max Gini that underscores that mood of loss. By way of contrast the closing 'For The Living' is a celebration for a universal peace taken at in positive uptempo attitude with a strong vocal chorus and the accordion again adding to the ambience along side the prominent bass line. This ends the album on the up side of the spirit--a place where  ghosts, men (and women) can celebrate and appreciate the positive, the moment where music brings us together." -Stephen Rapid, Lonesome Highway .com, Ireland

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