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Alana Davis - Surrender Dorothy Review
by Kevin Wierzbicki

Alana started racking up the accolades back in '97 when she hit the Top 40 with "32 Flavors" and she's been doling out taste treats ever since. Davis has a voice that brings to mind Phoebe Snow and she slides smoothly from jazzy pop ("Letter") to gutsy rock'n'roll ("The Benefit"). Both of Davis' parents were jazz musicians and her singing and acoustic guitar playing reflect that genre's classy cool. This is the last place you would expect to find a cover of Blue Oyster Cult's "The Reaper" but Davis pulls it off nicely. All of the other tunes here are Davis originals with the exception of Bob Marley's "Nice Time" included as a bonus track. Adam Rogers, guitarist for Norah Jones, handles the additional six-string chores throughout.

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Alana Davis - Surrender Dorothy


Track Listing:
The Benefit
Wide Open
Right There
Jaded (Goodbye)
Desert Rose (Higher Than a Lover)
The Reaper
Nice Time

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