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The One

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The One
The One


Lizzy Loeb's 'The One' is a knockout debut release. It's rare that a songwriter of her youthful age comes along with such maturity and raw musical talent. Add to that her tasteful guitar playing, and sincere and easily identifiable voice, and it becomes clear that Loeb is the real deal. From the opening track we hear voice and acoustic guitar take center stage. The addition of acoustic piano and Latin-tinged rhythms and chord changes seamlessly fuse Loeb's jazzy but unmistakably pop sound. The sensitivity and breathiness of the vocal and melodic motifs invite comparison with songwriters John Mayer or Norah Jones but Loeb has developed her own originality as well. It must help that Lizzy Loeb's mother is the phenomenal vocalist Carmen Cuesta, and her father, the guitarist Chuck Loeb, has been in the forefront of the jazz field for more than two decades. Chuck Loeb's contributions to the production and guitar work only add to the overall success of the CD. The horn work and arrangement of David Mann on "James" particularly stands out and the bass playing of veteran Will Lee, among others, helps provide polished and solid rhythm tracks.


  1. Name
  2. Living At All
  3. The One
  4. Later or Sooner
  5. James
  6. My Muse
  7. A Matter of Pride
  8. Stand Still With Me
  9. None or Too Much
  10. Victims of Sympathy
  11. Truth or Nothing But the Truth
  12. Who Are You
  13. Smells
  14. Drawing Lines
  15. No Surprises Left
  16. Love Well
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