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Arrive All Over You
Danielle Brisebois
Arrive All Over You
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Danielle Brisebois
Title: Arrive All Over You
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 5/10/1994
Release Date: 5/10/1994
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, Pop, Rock
Styles: American Alternative, Singer-Songwriters
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 074645331928, 074645331942

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As good as it gets......
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I had never heard of Danielle Brisebois until I saw the movie "As good as it gets" (Jack Nicholson & Helen Hunt).There's a great scene where they're in a restraunt. In the background there's a band playing and a girl with this amazing voice singing. It's Danielle (and two of the songs she sings are on the soundtrack to that movie).After seeing that, I had to hear more and this album is no dissapointment. She delivers a great set of tunes with just a great voice. Well worth listening to!"
This is a crime
Rob Ez | Chicago | 11/16/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The injustices of the music business can be summed up with this one album. "Arrive All Over You" is one of the most astonishing albums I have ever come upon, yet is an overlooked one that is now all but forgotten. Danielle opens her heart and delivers her soul on these 11 tracks.

The opening track is an ominous one, a perfect prelude to what is about to come. "What If God Fell From The Sky?" starts with a simple question, then Danielle unleashes the power of her instrument, her voice. It's such a spine-tingling performance that it makes you long for more. On songs such as "I Ain't Gonna Cry No More" and "Just Missed The Train", we can really tell
that this woman was really born to sing. In fact, I'm convinced that she chose the wrong artistic field, since she began as an actress (Little Stephanie on
"All In The Family" and stage version of "Annie"). Produced by Gregg Alexander, with whom she would later work with on the One-Hit wonder band The New Radicals, and whom she duets on this CD with "Promise Tomorrow
Night", this album is a tough one to categorize. Then again, an album that can't be categorized always means that it is a mould-breaking one. It has elements of folk, rock, and gospel, all of which contemplates Danielle's banshee and painfully beautiful vocals.

Perhaps she was too ahead of the game to be successful, or perhaps people weren't ready for her. But whatever the reason is, the world can't continue
to ignore primeval talent like Danielle Brisebois. It is a crime, a heinous crime that should be punished. And what is worse is the fact that she hasn't released
a proper follow up since! Please return Danielle, the world needs you!"
Very good
A. Tindell | Richland, WA | 01/30/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I don't know much about Danielle's genre of music but I thought this was a very good album and she sounds as good as any other female pop star out there. Why she hasn't had the break-through I have no idea. The lyrics are interesting and she sings with a great deal of power. Her cover of "Gimme Some Sign" was excellent."