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A Good Woman

by Chelsea Saddler

Contemporary folk
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Caroline
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2. When a Heart Breaks
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3. Ice Cream Truck
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4. Paint You In
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5. Devil Woman
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6. Apple
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7. Wtf
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8. A Good Woman
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9. Goodness & Mercy
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10. He Will Leave
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11. Smoke & Tar
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
By Rick Grant www.rickatnight.com

Last Thursday, Chelsea Saddler showcased songs from her debut CD, A Good Woman at European Street as part of the Songwriting Circle with Larry Mangum, and John Longbottom. It was also Chelsea’s 21st birthday. Before this momentous gig, I was deluged with E-mails from musicians proclaiming Chelsea possessed an extraordinarily songwriting talent This unusual praise was coming from songwriters I respect and who rarely extol their peers. It was a love-fest that symbolically anointed Chelsea the second coming of Joni Mitchell--the queen of women songwriters–past and present.
Yes, I was excited to finally witness Chelsea perform live. From her first song, she exceeded my expectations. Chelsea is an old soul trapped in a young body. Her songs are concise emotionally deep chronicles of her life and experiences set to catchy melodic structures. Her mature insight into life far exceeds her age. Although she is only 21, her spirit is on fast track to enlightenment.
More significantly, Chelsea’s raw talent at writing songs that exactly express the mood and tone of her lyrical poetry is uncanny. Rarely does a talent like Chelsea come along. Looking back over the years, she could be compared to Joni Mitchell or Carol King, who have the knack for writing memorable songs that express joy, sorrow, love, betrayal, and even moral turpitude without waxing gushingly sentimental. As an interesting paradox, Chelsea’s songs bring out her mature spirit, yet when she speaks she comes across as age appropriate. Clearly, she was in awe of her stage partners, Larry Mangum and John Longbottom. Remember, she is just getting started as a professional singer/songwriter, so she has many years of creativity ahead of her.

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