Maura Rogers | Get Up Girl

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Get Up Girl

by Maura Rogers

The debut album from Cleveland singer-songwriter features a bare bones approach, forgoing the full band arrangements to focus on her strong expressive voice and delicate guitar style.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Dirty Blonde
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2. Try
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3. Two Sided Story
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4. Swan Song
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5. Doot Do Song
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6. Lullabye
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7. Mae West Girl
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8. Get Up Girl
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9. There's A Fire
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10. Heart to Head
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11. Follow This
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Maura Rogers has gained a reputation of being “five pounds woman, eight pounds voice.” Her appeal lies greatly in her commanding vocal abilities, her knack for turning a phrase, and her delicate acoustic finger-picking. Influenced by artists as diverse as Patti Griffin, Dolly Parton, Bruce Springsteen, and Jenny Lewis, her lyrical phrasing and vocal styling offer an original musical experience.

Jeff Niesel, of Cleveland SCENE, writes “the album features a sparse Cat Power-like sound, showing of Rogers’ quiet, but powerful vocals.”




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