Your crusty chronicler is an individual who does his own thing. Still, when Examiner asked for support for their new “List” format, it was nigh impossible not to be open-minded about it. So, with that spirit of unity and teamwork in mind, your rockin’ reviewer presents this series—“Track by Track” in which we review certain select CDs literally “track by track”.
In this edition we (ahem) examine Laurie Biagini’s most recent release Sanctuary Of Sound. For those not up on their indie artists, Laurie Biagini is a singer-songwriter/keyboardist from Vancouver, British Columbia Canada, whose current cuts are influenced by artists such as early Brian Wilson/The Beach Boys, The Mamas and the Papas, The Beatles, The Byrds and Jan & Dean. Her new release contains 14 original offerings recorded “over the last year or so”. On this, her fourth release, Biagini is occasionally assisted by guest artists Vinnie Zummo and Fabrizio Serrecchia.
(View the list to learn more about the music.)