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Ramona Silver | Intermission

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Intermission

by Ramona Silver

infectious pop/rock
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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1. Home is Where
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2. If I Sing
2:31 $0.99
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3. Daisy
3:53 $0.99
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4. Haunted
4:07 $0.99
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5. Tricky World
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6. Intermission
4:01 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
She's one of the best songwriters in any genre that this town has produced...wit style, substance, smart melodies and muscle. - Billboard

Silver has the wit, attitude, and song craft skills of Liz Phair, a magnetic presence. - Boston Phoenix

Vivid song craft and an obvious need to do things her way with imagination and style. - CMJ Weekly

Ramona Silver is a virtuoso of pop song craft, and her contribution to the Boston music scene will stand the test of time. - The Noise, Rock Around Boston

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Steve Chaggaris

Great songs, arrangements, players, sounds, production!
Really like all the tunes. Nice vocal melodies; nothing cliché or run-of-the-mill. Strong, interesting lyrics. All great performances from the musicians - nothing that overshadows the tune...everything complimentary. Sounds are rich and well-balanced... great production top to bottom.
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Doktor Krankheit

Karen Carpenter on steroids! Ramona rocks!
The CD "Intermission" will have you have your foot tapping from start to finish. Ramona Silver is Karen Carpenter on steroids. Her band really rocks on "Home is Where", "If I Sing", "Haunted". This is folk rock at its best --- clear singing, lively beat, emotions match the clever lyrics.

"Daisy" and "Tricky World" blend Ramona Silver's great voice over a strong bass beat.

The last "Intermission" track is a hard driving instrumental feast that shows off her band at its best -- great guitar riffs.

This CD is a wonderful variety of sounds that is great fun to listen to, start to finish. Short enough to play over and over. Great music for cruising along 128 in my '65 Mustang -- if I still had it, :(
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Mr. Curt

Vision, style, & talent in a brief offering!
"Intermission" is a wonderful little taste of Ramona Silver's talent, filled with unique flourishes and optimistic energy, brimming with hopes and desires for a more complete fullness of Life. Six new tunes that capture her vibrant energy and both the gorgeous cooing & the grinding crunch make this pop-rock all the more pertinent for the contemporary market. Clearly another fine addition to Silver's oeuvre.
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Greg Tutunjian

Love It
I'm listening more closely to each song, all the time. There's a lot here, so order one today!
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Bob Peirce

"Intermission" gets your ear buds bopping.
Ramona Silver has been making music for headphones for the past ten years.
"Intermission" gives the i-Pod generation something fresh to get their ear
buds bopping.

From the crazy twisting B-52's style chorus (ala Kate and Cindy) of "Home is
Where," to the slow grind chug of "Haunted," Ramona's voice goes down smooth and leaves you dizzy on repeated listens.

Whirling keyboard chimes and big fat guitar sounds, yet there's still room
for you to lean in close and hear her whisper, "I've been haunted by the
weight of loving, haunted by the wait for you..."

In the killer Beach Boys style bridge of Tricky World she beckons you to let
go of the wheel, "climb in back" and let her drive. And aren't you glad you
did.
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