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CD Julie Roberts Mercury, B0001902-02, 2004, 11 Track
While her debut has been promoted through a glitzy high-fashion photo package and items in trendy magazines, South Carolina native Roberts, who has the looks for such hype, also delivers the goods. Her smoky, beguiling voice echoes Bonnie Raitt and a young Tanya Tucker. She and producer/guitarist Brent Rowan shun the blaring arena rock or folk-flavored pretense that plagues many debuts. This one emphasises solid, quality commercial fare in an Americana-based setting heavy on acoustic guitars and rhythm. Roberts sets the tone with Jamie O'Hara's fetchingly acerbic "You Ain't Down Home". The winsome "Unlove Me" and let-it-rip "Just 'Cause We Can" each pack a wallop; so does the witty morning-after chronicle "Wake Up Older" and the dark, evocative "No Way Out". No overdone power ballads here. Understatement drives her elegant, heartbreaking interpretation of Julie Miller's "I Can't Get Over You". In the end, Roberts remembers an axiom many on Music Row long ago forgot: a powerful voice, simple, honest storytelling, and no-frills music are still what country's about. --Rich Kienzle, Amazon.com
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She has gone for the mainstream country sound of pop uptempo rockers, traditional sounding midtempo songs and the big ballad sound that plagues mainstream country. So there is a good mix on the album that accompanies any mood. It's not ground breaking music, some of it fun and some serious. The lyrics sound very mature for someone her age (23) such as the lyrics on 'Wake up older', but with the depth of voice she is entirely believable. Some of her material choice does sound as if we've heard it before (especially on the ballads) but that doesn't mean its not any good, for example her first single 'Break down here' a break up song, with an alt country touch sound very fresh on the cd player and is a fantastic choice for first single.
I don't think Julie will be a one hit wonder, from the sound of this album she should only get better. This isn't the best album ever but it is a very strong debut and I would recommend it to fans of Faith Hill's earlier work, Martina McBride's ballad fans, Sara Evans, LeAnn Rimes etc.
It includes her big hit Break Down Here(such a great song)and her other hits Wake Up Older and If You Had Called Yesterday.Both great, smartly written ballads.And that's where Julie shines the most, as the ballads really show off her great country/bluesy voice.There's also some cracking uptempos as well,like You Ain't Down Home,Pot Of Gold and No Way Out which features Delbert McClinton on harmonies-great touch!
But the real gem is the beautiful Julie Miller ballad I Can't Get Over You,where she keeps things really simple and just sings from the heart-such a gorgeous song.
With an album like this Julie is gonna be around in country music for a long time....