Trespass Music

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Folk - Contemporary | Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, United States
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Member Since: 2006
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Traveling Salesman

"Traveling Salesman" with songs by Joe Iadanza is a heart-opening (sometimes foot-stompin') record that spans the genres of folk, rock, roots and...

All in Good Time

With his largely fan-funded sophomore LP, All in Good Time, Joe Iadanza has crafted an album of songs that speak for themselves with a rare...

Danielle Miraglia - Nothing Romantic

With Nothing Romantic, Danielle Miraglia offers humor and intimacy, sentimentality and cynicism, wit and sadness. Some songs, like the opener, "Snow...

Les Sampou

Les Sampou has easy command of a full-range of American music styles and it's easy to see why. Her influences range from old timey music by such...

Larry Zarella

Larry's writing remembers the spirit of the grizzly, the spirit of the woods, even the spirit of his little cabin. All of them are there, in his...

Danielle Miraglia - Nothing Romantic

Blues - Modern

With Nothing Romantic, Danielle Miraglia offers humor and intimacy, sentimentality and cynicism, wit and sadness. Some songs, like the opener, "Snow Globe," have the simplicity of her voice with just an acoustic guitar accompaniment. Her delicate playing, dotted with memorable finger picked ostinatos, complements Miraglia's obvious talent as a wordsmith.She sings "Black clouds and danger signs are hard on the eyes / I'm gonna close the blinds until it's all blue skies / Blindness is a gift reserved for the wise / See no evil." Using the snow globe well as a metaphor for being stuck in a non-reality, the rest of the verses complete the imagery around the familiar saying, "See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil." On "Sell My Soul," her sound is embellished by a full band, and it's full of a refreshingly funny cynicism about the music industry. "These sour grapes will grow ripe and sweet / And my back-up dancers will feed them to me / The ones who used to ignore me will be at my feet / Just 'cause they heard me on the radio." Miraglia is not afraid to evoke unusual and somewhat uncomfortable imagery as in the song "Cry" where she sings "When I cry out loud / You stick a dollar in my mouth / I suck that nipple dry / Until I realize / There's no milk coming out." Other highlights include the title track -- a song about the woes of being on the road and missing home. However, Miraglia at least throws some humor in the mix; "The Only Way to Win" is as witty as any well-written wry Nashville ditty. (Label Peeler Records) -Laura Brereton

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