Wednesday, June 10, 2009

"Never dry up" by Sheryl Plouffe

Sheryl Plouffe has a classical education. She started off with opera, then turned to musicals but now decided to follow the pop path. Her first commercial album is full of covers but she made tastefull adaptations. It's very brave to make a new version of Kate Bush's "The Man with the Child in his Eyes", and not everyone would dare to cover Rickie Lee Jones' "Chuck E's in Love". Plouffe treated even Tori Amos and Tony Braxton with respect.
Give her a chance and listen to this wonderfull debut.

"Never dry up" by Sheryl Plouffe


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