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Brittany McLamb - EP

by Brittany McLamb

Self Titled Debut EP
Genre: Country: Country Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. All the Little Pieces
3:48 $0.99
2. Summer Rain
4:05 $0.99
3. Knockin' On Your Heart
3:07 $0.99
4. Mr. Right
4:18 $0.99
5. Back from Your Goodbye
3:08 $0.99
6. I Didn't Think of That
3:27 $0.99
7. House of Cards (Live Version)
3:42 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


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Sara Hunt

Plenty of potential for the future here
Brittany McLamb has just released her self-titled debut EP featuring seven tracks which blend together modern country and pop. Hailing from Salemburg, North Carolina Brittany currently calls Nashville, Tennessee home. The EP kicks off with All The Little Pieces a modern country song in the style of Faith Hill. Brittany’s vocals are highly polished and chart worthy. This is a wonderful opening offering highlighting Brittany’s talents as a country singer. This is more country than pop and has a subtle deepness that only becomes evident upon the second or third listen. Summer Rain is an up tempo country/pop song, again leaning more on country than pop. Brittany’s vocals are cheery and easy on the ear making this song a pleasure to listen to. Knockin’ On Your Heart is a classy modern country song in the style of early Taylor Swift. Brittany seems to have quite a striking vocal ability. Her vocals are stylish and have something quite charming about them that makes listeners want to listen to more than just one song. Mr Right sees the tempo slip a notch. This is another catchy modern country song. Here Brittany’s vocals are lighter and breezy. Back From Your Goodbye is a rockier country/pop song. Brittany’s vocals on this song seem to take on more of an edge. I Didn’t Think That is a slower country song. Once again Brittany’s vocals remind me of Faith Hill. House Of Cards brings the EP to a close. This is a live offering and shows a different side to Brittany’s musical and vocal style. This song has a much heavier rocky/country feel. The lyrics are strong and Brittany’s vocals are solid and confident. All in all this is a debut offering that highlights Brittany McLamb’s potential as a country/pop singer. The songs here are good and pleasurable to listen to. Brittany’s vocals show a great deal of maturity and power, which should serve her well for the future.