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Rating: 9 out of 10 stars
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Reviewed by: RJ Frometa
Edited by: Marion Lougheed
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In the last few years, female power in music has increased and especially the internet is full of great teenagers, young women, and even old ladies with a talent to blow people’s mind with their music and vocals. And if it’s true up to some point that normally all of them end up singing in the same ranges, they don’t seem to care too much about the fact, continuing to create everything from hardcore to soft music for everybody to enjoy. One of these acts is Lisa Jones.
In Wildfire, folk, indie, some country and rock n’ roll are put together to create something that will catch your attention in just seconds.
It all begins with “The Reason,” followed by “Could’ve Been An Angel,” which both showcase her simple yet powerful vocals along with some acoustic guitar riffs. It’s something like Taylor Swift meets Sara Brailles and they both are hanging out with Regina Spektor. Meanwhile, songs such as “Smillin” and “Upside Down” are great upbeat, spirit-lifter songs that will get you in a good mood and cheer you up with their catchy, entertaining sound.
The title track has an amazing guitar riff that combined with the seductive, beautiful vocals by Lisa is beyond a hit; it captivates you, it drags you to waters of awesomeness. On this occasion, country and folk are left behind and a more Alanis Morissette/Damian Rice mix takes control of the sound.
“Hold On” closes this album just like it began. It’s soft; it has a sort of almost western vibe to it, a little bit of Lynyrd Skynyrd.
In conclusion, this is one of those records where all the elements are put together in such a perfect way and for this reason, the result is something special, something to remember for a long while and that makes you wait eagerly for the next album.
Reviewed by: Rory Richardson
Edited by: Joshua Beach
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