melodygardotcry wolf
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Vocal harmonies to fill your ears to the brimming point. A girl and a guitar, with dense vocal layers. off the some lessons bedroom sessions album.

Song and Lyrics Written/Arranged/Performed/Produced by Melody Gardot
(c) 2005 Some Lessons The Bedroom Sessions EP

Cry wolf says it all. This song is about the essence of lies and reoccurring deceit.
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Song Comments

Greatest Clicks
Come to Grandma's house Melody


Ted's Total Tunage Radio
Now this track shows great creativity and talent IMHO. The acoustic guitar as the sole backing instrument plays flawlessly, while dense layers of of beautiful vocals run like rain down a sad river of hurt that we can all realate to. This song really creates a mood and it works for me on many levels. What do you think?


Voices of Angels
Somebody please wake up and sign this woman.......WHAT are you waiting for?


WARRIORS FOR CHANGE
you can fool most of the people,for a while


Says Who!!!!
Sweet sexy, expressive vocalist with great enunciation, each word is crystal clear & heartfelt.


FLOW
sweet guitar, cool vibe lovely vocals, groove time its FLOW


JazzXpress
Melody Gardot /g??r'do?/ (born February 2, 1985) is an American jazz singer who has been influenced by such blues and jazz artists as Judy Garland, Janis Joplin, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Stan Getz and George Gershwin as well as Latin music artists such as Caetano Veloso. She has been nominated for a Grammy Award. At the age of 19, Gardot was involved in a bicycle accident and sustained a head injury. Music played a critical role in her recovery. She became an advocate of music therapy,[1] visiting hospitals and universities to discuss its benefits. In 2012, she gave her name to a music therapy program in New Jersey. Cry Wolf is from her first recording in 2005. She's now an international performer who lives in Paris.


JazzXpress
Melody Gardot /g??r'do?/ (born February 2, 1985) is an American jazz singer who has been influenced by such blues and jazz artists as Judy Garland, Janis Joplin, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Stan Getz and George Gershwin as well as Latin music artists such as Caetano Veloso. She has been nominated for a Grammy Award. At the age of 19, Gardot was involved in a bicycle accident and sustained a head injury. Music played a critical role in her recovery. She became an advocate of music therapy,[1] visiting hospitals and universities to discuss its benefits. In 2012, she gave her name to a music therapy program in New Jersey. Cry Wolf is from her first recording in 2005. She's now an international performer who lives in Paris.


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