Abba Roland | Lucky Moon

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Lucky Moon

by Abba Roland

Eclectic Alternative Avante Pop
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Sea
4:01 album only
2. The Wind
5:11 album only
3. Nothing At All
4:28 album only
4. It's Too Late
4:29 album only
5. Eternal Soul
3:51 album only
6. Sad Little Light
5:26 album only
7. Starman
4:41 album only
8. Why
3:47 album only
9. There
4:08 album only
10. Leaves
4:02 album only
11. Some Soul
3:32 album only



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Tamara Turner, CD Baby

Abba Roland confirms the theory that the vocals of a band can make or break the sound; vocals often are what give a band their distinction, they are what allows the average listener to identify who they're listening to. And then you have your vocalist types- and again, you have those nice-enough voices that are just fine and dandy, and then occasionally, more rare, there are the voices who speak from some other world- used more like the true instruments that they are. Lucky Moon features such a woman, with a voice you might describe as haunting, spooky, withered, wasted, spent, hoarse, scratchy, straining or sparse- and yet those are all the things that make these giagantic, oceanic pop songs so unusual, so striking, so unforgettable. The instrumentation doesn't shy away from fully commiting itself either- these songs throw themselves forward with nothing to lose, no timidity, no fear. This is a gorgeous album which beautifully matches the lush and soaring with the tattered and coarse. This is one to pay attention to.

mike arnold

turn the lights out...crank it up and float downstream with abba
most of the songs and their arrangements are beautiful. i can't wait for the next album and seeing abba in person. the only thing i was disappointed in was the recording quality. music with such depth and great arrangements would stand out more with surround sound quality