DALA | Everyone Is Someone

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Everyone Is Someone


Acoustic pop with sweet harmonies
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Lonely Girl
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2. Alive
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3. Crushed
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4. Levi Blues
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5. Horses
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6. Compass
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7. Northern Lights
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8. Face in the Morning
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9. Younger
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10. Stand in Awe
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11. Levi Blues (AM Transistor Remix)
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Album Notes
BRAND NEW CD from Canadian duo DALA!!!!!
With sweet melodies somewhere between the Everly Brothers and Joni Mitchell, Dala is bringing acoustic music to a new generation.


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Craig Huegel

Everyone is Someone
Few works of art have knocked me out the way this CD has. I have listened to it countless times now and after each I come away even more impressed. Dala combines some of the most insightful lyrics of this decade with the most beautiful harmonies ever to create something that transcends the genre of singer/songwriter fare. They are too young to be this deep and young enough to exude the type of hopeful romantic optimism lost to too many of us as we age. This CD IS female empowerment and worthy of everyone's attention. If you don't find that you play it more often after each time you listen, I will be truly surprised.

GD's Future Now

Love Them!
It's always a pleasure to lay quality music on my podcast and Dala certain are top quality. I can never get tired of hearing those sweet harmonies.

Mossip _ Andrea Guy

Love Them!
Dala is a Canadian duo that should be the next thing and if they aren't I will totally lose my faith in humanity. These two friends who have been creating music together since high school and what music it is. Their latest album Everyone Is Someone is a pure delight for the ears. If ever there was an album that you could fall in love with, with only one listen, this is the album.

Amanda and Sheila harmonize perfectly. Their sound is something like Sarah McLachlan meets The Corrs and some awesome girl band from the 60s. It really doesn't get much better than that, which is probably one of the reasons this album has kept creeping into my play lists. I can't seem to stop listening to it.

Levi Blues is one of thoses songs that gets your head bopping while Amanda's lilting soprano sings about seeing the world in her "Levi Blues." While most of their songs are more on the adult contemporary vein, this one is pure pop goodness. Another song that seems to touch a personal note, at least with me, is the McLachlan-esqu Lonely Girl, especially as they sing "I would rather be alone than someone you take home."

The melodies and lyrics on Everyone Is Someone are simple yet meaningful and the vocals are angelic. It doesn't matter whether Amanda or Sheila is taking the lead vocal, the result is always going to be heavenly bliss. It's no wonder these ladies are collecting awards like kids in a penny candy store.

There are few duos out there now that make music as beautiful as this. Not since The Corrs or Wilson Phillps have we heard such harmonies, and yet they far exceed what these two super talented bands accomplished. As they release their fourth album they aren't ready to go their separate ways. They are set to show everyone just how good they are, and maybe those of us south of the border, the Canadian border, that is, will get to really hear what they have to offer.

If Sarah McLachlan's Lilith Fair would make a comeback, these ladies should definitely be on board to showcase their talents of beautiful acoustic music that sends the listener off to other worlds. One listen to Everyone Is Someone and you'll find out that these two ladies are more than just two pretty faces in the world of music, they are a singing/songwriting duo to be reckoned with.

If I had to pick one album that was released this year that really blew me away, Everyone Is Someone would have to be it. Give it a listen and jump on the bandwagon with the rest of the Canadians, while they wonder what took us so long to discover this awesome band.

RobKast Radio

Love Them
Thank U!
Lovely voices!
Your Album is Amazing Good
Thanks for the 2 albums, the t-shirt, and the Station ID
In the nex episode I play 3 songs fromt eh album
Now in RobKast 160, songs from the album, Lonely Girl, Crushed, and Horses.
Thank U!

Review by RobKast Radio on Jun 21, 2009


Dala your getting there!
Your harmony, timing and all over genre is really good...being a Karen Carpenter fan from way back your getting there, keep up the good work.