Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Girls Get In Free
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
Trish Murphy?s highly anticipated fourth album, Girls Get in Free, marks the newest chapter in the story of one of Texas? most celebrated and loved singer-songwriters. The newest CD arrives as an exuberant return to the at... more »
Trish Murphy?s highly anticipated fourth album, Girls Get in Free, marks the newest chapter in the story of one of Texas? most celebrated and loved singer-songwriters. The newest CD arrives as an exuberant return to the attitude and energy of Crooked Mile (Raven 1997) and Rubies on the Lawn (Doolittle/Mercury, 1999). Produced by Jim Ebert, Girls Get in Free showcases fresh and hard-won ground from a literate, incisive writer hitting her creative stride.
A Glimpse Into The Journey Of Her Life
Philip R. Heath | DFW | 11/29/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"When she released Rubies On The Lawn, Trish Murphy seemed like one of the next rising stars on the fast track. She had a record deal with Mercury, and she seemed on top of the world. Then life happened. She has since lost her record deal and gone through a divorce. She alludes to the divorce in Thelma And Louise - "Now I don't mean Dallas when I mention the big d. You see married life made a meal of my best friend and me."You almost got the sense that Rubies was what the record label wanted her to be while Girls Get In Free is a return to the music that her fans love her for. It is more in line with Crooked Mile, and it also features full band versions of three of the tunes from Captured: The Trouble With Trouble, St. Christopher, and Paralized - each enriched by the harmonies and instrumentations.Other standout tracks on this CD are All I Want and Love Never Dies. Trish Murphy has really pulled back the curtain on this CD and shared her pain of love lost. If you are looking for big production and glitz, look elsewhere. However, if you are looking for honest muscianship and quality music, this is the place.p.s. I did not mean for this review to be a slam of Rubies. It is actually a fine CD."
Another example of how to make great cd's
P. R. De Groot | 11/12/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Since "Crooked Mile" I have been a fan of Trish Murphy. After the splendid "Captured" I wondered how she could make a better one. But boy, she did. My highlight is "St. Christopher". The only thing bothering me now is could she do it again next time?Ofcourse!!!"