Isabel & the Uncommons | Hearts and Arrows

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Hearts and Arrows

by Isabel & the Uncommons

Hearts and Arrows merges country, folk, jazz and pop in a carefree yet convincing manner. From double-entendres in "A Man That Can Drive," to retro jazz in "New Moon" and the haunting "Something Sacred," Isabel hits the target with real authenticity.
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1. One Heart
3:33 $0.99
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2. I'd Give Away All My Love Songs
2:24 $0.99
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3. Raindrop Kisses
3:19 $0.99
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4. Something Sacred
3:05 $0.99
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5. I Don't Want to Know
3:10 $0.99
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6. A Man That Can Drive
2:48 $0.99
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7. New Love
3:17 $0.99
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8. Cover-Up Man
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9. Oh Lord Don't Leave Me Alone
3:07 $0.99
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10. Nothing Lasts but Love
3:36 $0.99
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11. New Moon
3:02 $0.99
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12. City Girl
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Album Notes
Hearts and Arrows is a musically diverse collection of musings on love found, love that’s become expired, broken or lost, love that should have been. Isabel has a solid band at her back and Toronto's finest players, The Uncommons are Don Kerr (drums, percussion, piano), Steve Briggs (electric, acoustic guitars), Dennis Pendrith (acoustic bass) and Rosalyn Dennett (banjo, fiddle) and some extra special guests. Of which Sam Ferrara on the acoustic saw is the most exotic in a sound which overall can reference Latin music, classic C&W, soul, Jerry Lee Lewis and Bo Diddley, sometimes all in the one song. If you came for the voice and the heartbreak, Isabel delivers the goods with an uncommon authenticity.

“…it was only a matter of time until sparkplug Isabel Fryszberg made her solo recording debut. Hearts and Arrows is allegedly autobiographical, a musically diverse collection of musings on love found, love that’s become expired, broken or lost, love that should have been…if you came for the voice and the heartbreak, Isabel delivers the goods with an uncommon authenticity.”
- Cashbox Magazine Canada, Nov. 2014

“Her new album, Hearts and Arrows, is uncommonly good, and it merges country, folk, jazz and pop styles in carefree yet always convincing fashion…Isabel is a strong songwriter, with material ranging from the double-entendres of “A Man That Can Drive” to the retro jazz of “New Moon” and the haunting “Something Sacred”. She sure hits the target here.”

– New Canadian Music, Nov. 2014

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