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Ghosts & Men

by Beth Wimmer

Americana, Modern-Folk tales of men past, present, and dearly departed. Confident, worldly and warm - a la Aimee Mann, Tracy Chapman, Chrissie Hyde.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Lover On the Run
4:41 $1.00
2. Sweet Tragedy
4:47 $1.00
3. Bring You Back
4:15 $1.00
4. Blame Yourself
4:10 $1.00
5. Beautiful Friends
3:25 $1.00
6. Easier Life
4:06 $1.00
7. My Babe
3:08 $1.00
8. Makin' War
3:17 $1.00
9. Bad Moon Rising
4:27 $1.00
10. Damn Angel
4:32 $1.00
11. For the Living
4:09 $1.00
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Chris Spector, Midwest Record, USA

Presenting deeply felt songs in a deeply felt performance...
Left leaning, neo nu folkie travels to Italy to give her songs a load of special sauce that might not have been sprinkled on if staying in her native Boston and recording locally. Presenting deeply felt songs in a deeply felt performance, you also feel something lurking under the surface that she’s not really a queen of pain type. It’s got its heart and soul in back porch music, but Wimmer’s back porch might be the balcony of a high rise condo." -Chris Spector, Midwest Record, USA

Frank O Gutch Jr., Rock and Reprise.net

Very well done...
Ghosts & Men is one of those albums which when you find, you wish you'd found earlier. Wimmer places two standout tracks in front of us--- one a standard, a cover of CCR's 'Bad Moon Rising'. While it is a song I usually can do without (I think I've just heard it way too many times), Wimmer slows it down and Damiano Della Torre grits it up with such class slide work, I find myself actually liking it. The other standout song is 'For the Living'. The slight ska beat and the shifting background vocals reminds a lot of certain songs on Steve Winwood's Back In the High Life, the intertwining rhythms giving it an energy beyond, if you will. Nice work, Beth. May others hear what I hear."