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Most recent release, Letting Go: Guided Meditations & Healing Music (2016)
Sade. Her press says: Shelby Lynne, Dusty Springfield, Norah Jones, Bonnie Raitt
Own, occasional covers
Alana Cahoon makes smooth, accessible music. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recommended first album:
Don't Look Back is the first we've heard
Andy Calabrese—piano, keyboards
Alana Cahoon Miller & Andy Calabrese
Alana Cahoon's new effort is smooth and very easy on the ears. She has a strong voice that she puts to good use on these songs. The opening title song has some of Sade's polished warmth. The version of the oft-covered "Fever" sounds fresh and cool in her capable hands. "Suu Kyi" is a funky tribute to the heroic An San Suu Kyi that resonates deeply. Alana Cahoon has made a strong album. (email@example.com)
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