Casee Wilson | Beggars and Blues

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Beggars and Blues

by Casee Wilson

Casee's debut album is a delicate fusion of raw emotion, atmospheric piano and smooth vocals, designed to take you on a journey of the heart.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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1. Beggars at the Feast
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2. Sound Advice
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3. False Alarm
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4. Summertime
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5. Did I Tell You?
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6. Fade to Grey
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7. On Tim Burton's Farm
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8. I Don't Want You Anymore
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9. Strange Familiarity
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10. Dancin'
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11. Midnight Blues
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A stimulating musical journey
As a debut album from a lone singer-songwriter this is an excellent first outing. Many of the tracks are similar in style, but that's not necessarily a bad thing - this woman is a master (mistress?) of the meaningfully-sung piano ballad, and there's a fair few on here. The subjects covered vary nicely - being your own person, relationships going awry, and even a look at a strange nightmare vision of a farm as Tim Burton might imagine it...

The production values aren't astromical, but the album's style doesn't require it. It's an understated affair that simply begs to be listened to - I've had it on as background and found myself stopping whatever else I was doing to pay attention to a particularly good song.

Stand-out tracks for me are the bouncy "Dancin", the two heart-wrenching mid-disc tracks, "Did I Tell You" and "Fade to Grey", and the pure-vocals story of a night awake trying to write a song in "Midnight Blues".

Casee has a gorgeous voice, can definitely write songs, and I'll definitely be looking forward to hearing more of her work.