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Joseph S. (hamsterdad) from MEDFORD, OR
Reviewed on 6/7/2007...
The version I have of this cd is a whole album with more songs not just the 4 song EP.
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Don't miss out on this great music
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Crystal Bernard is doing what most actor/singers never do, she's proving to be better at her "second" career than her first. What I mean is, that this CD is so good that you will forget she is a TV actress and believe she is a music star in the making. The CD is filled with great music that is markedly different that that of her first CD, "The Girl Next Door." On that equally enchanting CD she sang modern country songs, but on "Don't Touch Me There" she tackles adult/pop. The music as a whole is very very strong. As, on "The Girl...", Bernard co-wrote most of the current album herself. She has a gift for writing great songs that put a twist on the pop-formula. Her songs show a depth that is rarely heard on the radio airwaves today. But, she never sacrifices the sweet sound of her music to say the words. Every song on this CD, which she co-produced as well, smells like a potential hit. The first single and title song is a heart-breaking poem of getting over the pain of a former love. Other fabulous cuts include: "To Dream Without You," "Here's Looking at You," and "Love Never Dies." Truth be told, there is not a weak song on the album. With the proper promotion, Miss Bernard is poised to make major waves in the music business. If your a fan of Sheryl Crow, Paula Cole or Jewel, you will love this CD. Go pick it up!!"
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I really enjoyed her first album, so I had to pick up the second. My favorite song is "What I Did For Love". I felt it was true to life. It really hit home. I was also impressed that she cowrote most of the tunes. I would like to hear more from her producer and song writer David Rhyne. He seems to have the right stuff when it comes to making albums."