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Third album from Canadian singer songwriter that isn't your usual folkie type and whose songs have certain twists to them along with a great sense of humour. Produced by Peter Asher (Peter & Gordon, Linda Ronstadt, James Taylor).
After two fairly straight-ahead (and platinum-selling) rock records, Amanda Marshall lets down her not inconsiderable hair on Everybody's Got a Story. Working with producer Peter Asher (Linda Ronstadt), songwriter Billy Mann, and young beat-master Molecules, the Toronto-raised Marshall has come up with a groove-oriented pop record combining acoustic guitar, hip-hop beats, strings, and the true star of the show--the singer's own multi-octave, Joplin-esque voice. At times the new, more boho clothes fit--the title track is ideal radio fodder, the party tune "Sunday Morning After" is a hoot, and "Red Magic Marker" is hooky pop. At other times the combination sounds forced and synthetic, especially when in service to uninspired melodies like those of "The Gypsy," "Brand New Beau," and "The Voice Inside." The biggest surprise may be "Marry Me," a soft ballad written by Marshall with her bassist and paramour Rob Misener. More than any other track, "Marry Me" demonstrates the singer has learned to tone down her often overpowering vocals when necessary--making her story a lot more interesting. --Shawn Conner
I love Amanda Marshall; she has a gritty nature to her voice that's addicting. Having said that although I absolutely loved, loved, loved her first 2 CD's this one... Read morePublished on June 20 2012 by C. Preston
Whether she's singing a soulful sad song or an in your face song it's still has humour to it. I'm glad she's trying something different and of course she blows everyone else out... Read morePublished on May 22 2004 by Nikki
OK, maybe she can, but not here.
Folks looking for a redo of Birmingham should look elsewhere. It's been done. Read more
Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Amanda Marshall, who has lead you astray? Your star once shone so brightly on your 1996 self-titled debut. Read morePublished on Nov. 28 2003
I just love Amanda's music. I seen her on TV just by change and I was hooked immediately. I now have all her CD's and she has improved on each one and the first one was... Read morePublished on Aug. 25 2003 by Cathy L
What the heck happened to Amanda Marshall? After two albums of beautifully written, soulfully delivered songs, my jaw dropped when I played this newest CD. Read morePublished on May 12 2003 by miranda
Having the pleasure to hear Amanda sing live, I was astounded to hear whatever garble this music cd was supposed to be. Read morePublished on April 29 2003 by KEEPitREAL