Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Chase the Clouds
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Rock
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p2310 | 08/21/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Chase The Clouds is wonderful and many things to many people I would think. The lyrics are delightful and sweet and the music is fantastic. Explored are different aspects of relationshps of various types, and other things too, like "Lazy Day," track no. 10.Keedy has a gorgeous voice which goes along well with the instrumentation and varied lyrics to make a perfect album. The songs are uplifting, reflective, joyous, sweet, breezy, serious, and other things in different combinations. Unfortunately for all of us, this is the only one she has made so far.My only disappointment is that the artist didn't make a large number of albums; the album moves effortlessly from light, breezy fare to some poignant pieces which likely remind the listener of an event in life. I remembered the song "Save Some Love" for years because it fit in so perfectly with the situation the first time I heard it, and I was elated to finally find the album recently. "Gettin' Around" is good background music for preparing to call up an old flame or something of the sort, and so on."
Like a Breath of Fresh Air : The Timelessness of Keedy
Cabir Davis | 04/08/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Despite being almost two decades old, Keedy's one and only album "Chase The Clouds" is a complete revelation. I remember seeing it in stores back in the day as a young lad, and my music tastes were very much the same - Tiffany, Debbie Gibson, NKOTB, etc, so Keedy's music would have suited me just fine. For some reason I never picked the album up, and it was only years later through an obscure blog, that I found and downloaded the entire album.
"Chase The Clouds" remains Keedy's only album, but what an album it is! This is a perfect pop album in every sense of the word, with the right balance of ballads, and frothy radio-friendly hits. The lead single, "Save Some Love" was actually a US Top 20 Hit - of course not one person you meet today will remember the song, but its a fine slice of that era. This is what a great pop song should sound like - catchy verses, a soaring chorus, and a bridge that actually works. "Wishing on the Same Star" was the second single, but despite being a wonderful ballad (I was reminded of En Vogue's slower songs, as well as Sweet Sensation's ballads) it never really got the chart success that it deserved.
"Chase The Clouds" is perhaps the epitome of an unknown pop album that could be called a 'classic'. Every song is memorable (there is literally no 'filler') and it harkens back to a refreshing time in pop music history when all a girl needed to succeed were solid tunes and a beautiful voice. What a treasure this album is - try getting your hands on it and watch it become an integral part of your life.