Wednesday, July 30, 2014

CD Review: Erin And Her Cello's 'Petits Bisous'

Erin And Her Cello
Petits Bisous

Erin And Her Cello is a quirky, catchy, and classically-trained music group headed by Erin Hall. Erin is joined by others on piano, sax, keyboards, drums, harpsichord, vibraphone, melodica, glockenspiel, and clapping on her latest release translated as "little kisses." The poignant melody of "The Doctor" is something straight out of the 1950's or 60's. The vocals are pop-focused and somewhat reminiscent of the Dala Girls. The content is rather comical and playful at the same time. The music is pop-oriented, but it contains a variety of instruments that give it a worldly-tone that is very endearing. The sweet melodies and vocals are right at home with the New York-based musician's French cafe music style. The metropolitan cellist combines a heady mix of tunes that only last about thirty-six minutes long. At any rate, the music is top notch and very welcoming. Buy it today! ~ Matthew Forss

1 comment:

Jims linda said...

Even though this string instrument was been invented centuries back and started its travel from the beginning of classical music, jazz music and folk music, violin songs are as loved as ever even if now some of that is electric violin music. more info