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Cary Grace

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3.83 | 13 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Real Life (6:32)
2. Bellerophon (4:02)
3. Must Be Voodoo (5:02)
4. Electric Light (7:08)
5. Heavy Gold (5:41)
6. Pandora (4:22)
7. Flowers of Stone (4:31)
8. Marionette (4:07)
9. Summer (9:24)

Total Time 51:20

Line-up / Musicians

- Cary Grace / vocals, acoustic, slide & electric guitars, synth (1,5,6,9), percussion (4), production & mixing

- Simon Drew / guitar
- David Kelly / keyboards
- Theo Travis / sax (5)
- Andy Budge / bass, guitar (2,3), mandolin (9)
- Mark Griffin / drums, guitar (9)

Releases information

CD Door 13 Music ‎- D13 0001 (2007, UK)

Digital album

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CARY GRACE Where You Go ratings distribution

(13 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(54%)
Good, but non-essential (38%)
Collectors/fans only (8%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by Eetu Pellonpaa
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
4 stars The values of beauty have many forms, and in this album that quality can be seen as in a kind of transition phase. Romantic American roots country music is morphing as a more classical British psychedelic rock music, and these orientations match actually very well, containing stylistic interfaces and interesting points for contrasts. By adjusting sound tones, expanding composition length and allowing more musical solutions governed by the poetic justice, the musicians find a safe passage over the Atlantic to the pond's other side vintage musical styles. Further onward wind is blown to the sails by the keyboards, audio effects and dreamy lyrics. These compositions are great as always, giving room to free jamming, being extremely mellow, and supporting Cary's beautiful vocals wonderfully. Some songs are quite guitar dominated, and also the cosmic vintage synthesizers present, though still finding their way as one of the main factors in Cary's British-era sound. Quality control has been very fine as usual, and I like this music uniting American and UK vintage sounds, a theme which will later be enjoyed further in the upcoming albums. A very recommendable disc for those who are searching both beautiful and personal mellow psychedelic music, especially as nice vinyl replica which the printed CD's are.

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4 stars I came across Cary Grace about 2 years ago after hearing one of her tracks on a Live365 prog station. I was immediately impressed with the dreamy, laid back feel of the track (it was Real Life , now one of my favourites) so sought out more of her music. I was able to get a download of "Where you ... (read more)

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