The May Street Project Enhanced
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SHEA SEGER The May Street Project (2000 13-track enhanced CD album of bluesy pop backed with hip hop beats includes the singles Last Time and Clutch complete with lyric booklet picture sleeve)
Being born in Fort Worth Texas and growing up in Quitman, a Texan town of just 1,200, hasn't been wasted on Shea Seger. The moody 20-year-old is as close as the 21st century is going to get to a cowgirl. Sweet and girlie, with a southern states drawl and a liking for country blues guitar, she's not to be underestimated; her words are as sly and gritty as her voice, her observations as cutting as her melodies. Sheryl Crow for the jilted generation--dressing the desperate country girl in gripping melodies, hard-bitten attitude and contagious pop--the likes of "Walk On Rainbows" and single "Last Time" with their savage production of strings and dragging beats are more Bjork than Shania. The May Street Project is the sort of thing that gives country pop a good name. But it's her magical blend of tender campfire backdrops ("Shatterwall"), lo-fi break beats ("Clutch"), desert planes' hip-hop ("Blind Situation") and the Beck "two turntables and an acoustic" attitude ("May Street") that separates Shea's moanings from those of fellow down-beat femmes Apple, Morissette and Brooks; that and her gorgeously breathless voice. --Dan Gennoe
Top Customer Reviews
With a combination of gorgeous vocals and a fine balance of bassy-beated stories of love-gone-wrong (i love you too much) with acoustic filled splendours that conjur up any number of ideallistic texan landscapes to fill a geography book (walk on rainbows), the May Street Project pretty much covers the whole emotional spectrum.
Yeah, "Last Time" will be the popular single played on most radio stations, and "Clutch" will be the song for teen-heartbreak, but for those who just love to listen to the music of someone who must be a joy to know (with so much to say, Shea must be great to have a drink with!),or even just want to listen to something with substance and definite soul, then you could do no better at the moment by investing in this album.
Sheryl Crow you have competition, and it's Shea shaped.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought tbis CD years ago and am still buying more copies to give as presents to my friends, and the unanimous verdict of everyone who listens to this CD is, "Wow! Read morePublished on 27 Feb. 2008 by Musikant
I got this album a while ago and still listen to it. It has a song for almost every mood and for some reason, makes me think of summer time. Read morePublished on 8 Jun. 2005
I bought this album 3 years or 4 years ago and I am still loving it. This record has something incredibly special about it which has kept me hooked! Read morePublished on 4 Jun. 2004
I picked up this cd in a clearout sale. Her name and the cover made me suspect that Shea Seger was the type of female artist I am partial to (ie. Read morePublished on 9 Mar. 2003 by sym
The may street project is an album to suit anybody, combining a variety of styles with a beautiful and gifted voice. Read morePublished on 22 May 2002
I was introduced to this album upon a friend's recommendation,and as a result it has spent quite a sizeable amount of time in my CD player. Read morePublished on 21 Feb. 2002
i frist heard of shea when i first heard clutch and i must admit i wasnt a huge fan but i looked her up on the net and saw a concert televised and once i saw her perform i fell in... Read morePublished on 13 Oct. 2001
I had heard only one track by Shea Seger before I bought the CD, but I was not disappointed - it really is good, there's not a weak song on it and I know I'll be playing it to... Read morePublished on 1 Oct. 2001