Laura Gibson

12 Feb

Since everyone else is doing it — all the other reviewers and critics and press types, that is — I’ll avoid comparison when discussing Laura Gibson, and instead just say that her smooth, precise, detached vocal styling should appeal to anyone who likes an eccentric female singer-songwriter. “Spirited,” off the forthcoming Beasts of Season, suggests an orchestrated lushness to this young Oregonian’s songs, as opposed to the more classic shuffle of “Hands in Pockets,” from 2006. Speaking of the new album, NPR will feature it next week in streaming audio as part of its Exclusive First Listen series.


www.hushrecords.com
www.myspace.com/lauragibson

from Beasts of Seasons (2009):
Spirited [MP3, 4.5MB, 192kbps]
from If You Come To Greet Me (2006):
Hands in Pockets [MP3, 2.8MB, 128kbps]

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