English EN German DE Russian RU French FR Ukrainian UK Chinese (Simplified) ZH-CN Portuguese PT Spanish ES

CD: Kayleigh Leith – This Woman

Kayleigh Leith – This Woman

1. Born
Ready 2. Feelin`Bout You 3. Feels Like Letting Go 4. I Go There

5.
This Woman 6. My Heart Goes Back 7. Too Much Of A Good Thing
8.
Be Here All Night 9. Acre Of Diamonds 10. Bet You
Kayleigh
Leith was raised in Pittsburgh, started her journey in Pennsylvania,
went to Las Vegas, went on to New York and ended up in a little
village in Holland, because she followed the love of her life. She
lives by the motto „Everything happens for a reason”, and maybe
her big dreams will come true one day. Even in bad times, she thought
positive and a few of her best songs were written in those days.
Kayleigh
Leith has her own kind of style, that rock. She has a strongly
opinion, in what she wants to do and were she wants to be in country
music and that distinguish her from a lot of others artist. She is
small, smart, and very cute and she has very important things to say.
That is what she does in all her lyric, she gets to the point with
every single story she is singing. Lot of dynamite, with a good
portion of rock in her beautiful voice, makes the songs sell them
self. Kayleigh Leith, the young woman, that didn´t changed, because
people told her so. She remains true to herself and that is what
people like about here, and the music she creates. The CD “This
Woman” was released in September 2013.
CD
Review „This Woman“
Track
1 – Born Ready
It
is about what her mother told, that she was born ready, three weeks
early, but complete. – Good sound, it rocks, distinct predication in
the song, groovy,
Track
2 –Feelin`Bout You
This
is about a runaway girl and her feelings to a guy. – Interesting,
good job, smooth rock in good harmony with the story
Track
3 – Feels Like Letting Go
It
is about a town, she lives in and the feelings about saying goodbye
to that town. – Going smoothly, youthful dreaming, very good sound,
unbelievable vibration in the voice, beautiful song – good advice –
listen to it, odds on favorite

Track
4 – I Go There
Going
out with a friend, having fun and thoughts about someone she loves. –
Beautiful song, invites you to reflect, good sound,
Track
5 – This Woman
Broken
midnight Promises of a woman that needs more than that, she needs
someone to love her. – Song with a high recognition value, good
impression, effective, it rocks
Track
6 – My Heart Goes Back
Sitting
somewhere at a station, feeling the touch and love of a man, and
memories flash by from the past. – vocalize with a lot of emotion,
complex tonal sound, very much to advice
Track
7 – Too Much Of A Good Thing
Song
about feelings, that they never been enough. – Potential song for the
charts, sexy sound, fluently passage to the different emotions &
feelings, she certainly understood to deliver the emotions in this
song
Track
8 – Be Here All Night
It
is about people talking and the distrust of a man to a woman, after
so many years, he still checking on her. – Beautiful sound, with a
lot of ups and downs, in the outflow – like a good wine
Track
9 – Acre Of Diamonds
A
man gives a woman everything she wants, but she dreams about another
man. – Significant, great sound, good story, it rocks
Track
10 – Bet You
A
woman wants a man to remember, that she was hurt by him, he fooled
her, she got sick about him and don´t want him to come back. -It
rocks, cool, great sound, approximated
This
Cd rocks, it is full of pop, blues & rock, with a lot of passion.
It is wrapped in a good sound on a high standard. Multifaceted in the
pitch of the voice, it is a pleasure to listen to her.
Review
by Gaby Agrikola for Country Music News International

Related Posts

Dustin Lynch – Blue In The Sky

The song selection on this album is exceptional.

Bob Luman – Hony Tonk Man

Bob Luman has been gone from this planet since 1978 but his music lives on in large part

Alex Miller – Miller Time

I keep hearing that REAL country music is dead. Gone.  No more.

Jefferson Ross – Southern Currency

Jefferson Ross is an artist. Figuratively and literally.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.