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its personal

by aaron crane

acoustic pop with an emphasis on the vocals
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. easy
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2. can't make you go away
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3. try
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4. someday morning
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5. used to be's
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6. nicole
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7. don't ever
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8. better things
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9. goodbye
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
At the age of 15, Aaron Crane was already writing his own material and singing at local establishments. After earning a degree in music, he headed to Nashville and landed a deal with the Cannery label. With friend and co-writer Kerry Phillips, he released the single "Put the Dog Outside". Robert Oermann of Disc-Claimer said of Phillips and Crane, "Wonderful, from the jazzy melody to the hillbilly vocal and the hot little instrumental work...a nice, nice record." Billboard Magazine called it "a fun tune, tightly produced and well sung." Aaron's solo effort has lead him back to the Louisville area to write and record his 2005 release. Stephen George of the LEO Magazine said, "Musically speaking, Aaron Crane doesn't play games. His album 'It's Personal' is entirely and exactly that. There's no smoke, no misdirection; only Crane, a Louisvillian who also plays in the band Strumbeat, banging songs from his acoustic guitar and his gut. He's unabashed about love and loss, unafraid to say he feels something. He can gracefully move from a slow tune about devastation to an upbeat rocker with the click of a track. Overall, it's refreshing in such a Hip Age to have somethig so earnest." Throughout his career, Crane has opened for a variety of artists, including Patty Loveless, Henry Lee Summer, Guess Who, Steppen Wolf, Violent Femmes, Brother Cane, Quiet Riot, Tommy Cash, Desert Rose Band, Canyon, Rare Earth, Carl Story, Trickster, Mr Big, Larry Gatlin, Little Texas, and others. Aaron Crane's style blends soulful lyrics and pop energy, with the intensity of rock and roll to create a sound that is real and relevant.


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Patrick Logsdon

What a great and sweet cd.
This has to be one of the most beautiful and well hidden jewels in music right now. I hope Aaron is still writing and will hopefully have more out soon. Long live the TROLL KING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Neil

Very nice sound!
This is a very nice CD. The CD seems to flow very well through a wide variety songs, highlighted by the very simple acoustic "Used To Be's" to the beautifully played piano song "Goodbye." You'll find yourself wearing you stereo out playing this CD over and over.

Diane Voiland (Seattle, WA)

Awesome Vocals --
This CD is absolutely great. You will play it over and over again. I know all the songs by heart. And he looks hot! I hope he comes out with another CD.... Buy it, you'll love it.