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by Victoria Woodworth

Country rock blending traditional and modern. Victoria's great songs and fabulous vocals make this CD really shine. Arrangements using all real musicians on real instruments complement the down the earth songs about life.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. San Andreas
3:40 $0.99
2. Seems To Me
2:57 $0.99
3. Faithful
5:03 $0.99
4. Eyes Wide Open
5:01 $0.99
5. Jumpin In
3:34 $0.99
6. Misery
4:44 $0.99
7. Way Long Gone
3:17 $0.99
8. What Shade
4:17 $0.99
9. Ain't I The Kind
4:22 $0.99
10. Paris
4:48 $0.99
11. Wild Wild Wind
3:23 $0.99
12. Cross Upon A Cord
3:44 $0.99
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Album Notes
Victoria Woodworth was born in San Francisco, CA,  and has lived most of her life in Denver, except in the 70's when she was in France and North Carolina making gross errors of judgement. She plays some guitar and sings, but this is only a thinly veiled front for her real agenda, which is to force her opinion on as many people as possible before kicking the proverbial bucket. She more or less achieves this goal through a subtle mix of quirky but accessible song writing, manipulative fits, brainwashing and occasional violence. She is understandably divorced with no children, and resides locally with a bunch of houseplants, shoes, books and artwork.

Westword Best Singer - Songwriter - Female - 2004

It took three years for Victoria Woodworth to produce and unearth Faultline, her first solo recording. It took much longer than that to collect the wealth of experience and emotion at its heart. A small person with a big voice and a poetic bend, Woodworth concentrates on the Important Issues: longing, love and loneliness; faith, awakening and self awareness; memory and hope. But her work isn't bogged down by its own psychic weight. She's a songwriter's songwriter, a student of the chorus, the build and the bridge -- and her style suggests artists we can only assume are her teachers: Emmylou Harris, Patsy Cline, Gram Parsons. Woodworth often plays live with her band, the Heroes, though she is a fine solo performer, as well. Hopefully, the next record won't take three years. We can't wait that long.

Westword - All Mixed Up

"San Andreas" from Faultline, by Victoria Woodworth (Self-released)
Woodworth's version of country avoids the slick, pre-processed sound currently associated with Nashville in favor of raw emotion and vocals delivered straight from the gut. If "San Andreas" doesn't shake you up, it's nobody's fault but yours.

Westword - Hit Pick

"Life?" asks Victoria Woodworth. "Mine's a mess. That's how I like it." This take-it-as-it-comes attitude regularly shakes up Faultline, an impressive new disc that's being celebrated this week by a trio of CD-release shows: Wednesday, October 1, at the Lion's Lair, with Luther Wright & the Wrongs; Thursday, October 2, at Paco's in Idaho Springs; and Saturday, October 4, at the Larimer Lounge, with John Common's Awful Liars. The album is credited to Victoria Woodworth & Friends, and she does indeed have some fairly prominent pals. In addition to the assistance of her band, the Heroes, she receives contributions from Firefall veteran Jock Bartley and Nobody in Particular Presents' Doug Kauffman -- on hand as a bass player, not a promoter. Still, Woodworth is the star of this particular show, contributing a passel of heartfelt, hard-country compositions and belting them out with the sort of authenticity that Faith Hill couldn't muster even if she were given a decade to try. Highlights (and there are plenty of them) include the soaring "San Andreas"; the mournful "Faithful," keyed by Michael Shay's full-bodied cello; and "Paris," about a black mood in the City of Lights. Sure, Woodworth's singing on these and other cuts can be a touch eccentric, but that's a big part of her charm. Her songs aren't neat and tidy, and neither is life. | originally published: October 2, 2003



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Nora Heffernan

Divine Inspiration
I couldn't help from tearing up while reading Victoria's very personal endeavors turned songwriting masterpieces. Listening to how these words are conveyed and composed leaves the listener craving to know more, why and how...incredible songwriting and gorgeous impassioned voice. Solid performances by friends as well. Faithful, Way Long Gone and Wild Wild Wind are my favorites.


Very soulful, good lyrics and music. Would love to hear Victoria's music on the
Victoria writes from her heart, from life's experiences. When I first put the CD in, I was parked along the Pacific Coast. her soulful music and the crashing of the waves seemed to blend. I wish this musician the very best.

Robbie Knight

Most phone calls on the Mountain
The phone lines light up every time I play one of Victoria's songs on The Mountain. Callers demand to know who it is, and where they can buy the CD-TODAY. Her voice, her songs, her artisty create an urgency in people to own her music. It's the finest endoresment an artist can receive.

Joe Compton

The deeper you go the more you realize
The deeply personal storytelling, coupled by an innate melody that seems to fit each and every song not only brings you in, it keeps you there. The passion of an artist is never more apparent than in this subtle songwriter gem of a CD. It's one of those CD's you listen to when you need deep introspection or to drum up an emotion. It is a CD you may not get at first listen but over time it sinks in.

bad angel

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