Rebecca Pronsky – Only Daughter (2013)

Posted by on April 28, 2013as

reThe ten songs on Only Daughter, Rebecca’s 4th album to date, allow us to hear that voice in all its splendour; in fact the more you listen, the more you want of it.Mostly self-penned with the one non-original, Mark Kozelek’s ambiguous Glenn Tipton (it’s not often you get two members of Judas Priest, two American boxing legends and the ‘Polish Prince’ all name-checked in the same song), the songs range in style from the twangy call to action opener Rise Up, the Rumours-era Fleetwood Mac-inspired Honesty, the riff-laden hard rock of The Garden and the whimsical closer Please Forget Me, each weaving effortlessly around Rebecca’s flawless vocal delivery.
Produced by husband/musician Rich Bennett, with vocal contributions from Suzzy Roche and daughter Lucy Wainwright Roche, the core band is made up of Rebecca and Rich both on guitars, Dan Shuman on bass and Russ Meissner on drums. Coming over pretty much a mainstream effort, despite the cowboy boots and vintage dress on the monochrome insert, the album certainly commands a listen and you shouldn’t be disappointed.

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