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Mandy Cook: Just No Good at Being Bad [Digipak]

Track List

>Lose Myself
>Undone
>Flip a Coin
>Just No Good at Being Bad
>Drag You Around
>See
>Lauren
>Mississippi Voodoo
>Heartache
>Hope
>Spinning
>What a Wonderful World

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

Mandy Cook has earned her place as a prominent artist in the Nashville music community. Hailing from a small farm town in Ohio, she moved to Nashville in 2008 at the brave age of 18 to explore a future in music. In no time she started sharing songs with a group of seasoned songwriters. She then working as a demo vocalist bringing their songs to life, using her uniquely polished sound. Mandy forged her musical niche by pulling classical vocal training, and the influential Jazz and R&B of her childhood together. She was raised listening to greats like Sade, Nat King Cole, and Peggy Lee. On her own, she discovered Joni Mitchell, Jeff Buckley, and Ani DiFranco. Discovering her own style on guitar produced a nuanced, bass-driven playing style that now ranges from beautifully minimalist, to swampy, to jazzy and complex. She can create a whole atmosphere to live and listen within, with simply her gut string guitar and her voice. 8.13.2015 - "What a delight last week when I just happened to wonder into the Hotel Indigo and discovered a very talented and creative solo act by the name of Mandy Cook!. She sang astonishingly creative versions of some of my favorite songs. I can see a bright future ahead for this one! Bravo!" -- Renee Grant Williams

Mandy Cook has earned her place as a prominent artist in the Nashville music community. Hailing from a small farm town in Ohio, she moved to Nashville in 2008 at the brave age of 18 to explore a future in music. In no time she started sharing songs with a group of seasoned songwriters. She then working as a demo vocalist bringing their songs to life, using her uniquely polished sound. Mandy forged her musical niche by pulling classical vocal training, and the influential Jazz and R&B of her childhood together. She was raised listening to greats like Sade, Nat King Cole, and Peggy Lee. On her own, she discovered Joni Mitchell, Jeff Buckley, and Ani DiFranco. Discovering her own style on guitar produced a nuanced, bass-driven playing style that now ranges from beautifully minimalist, to swampy, to jazzy and complex. She can create a whole atmosphere to live and listen within, with simply her gut string guitar and her voice. "What a delight last week when I just happened to wonder into the Hotel Indigo and discovered a very talented and creative solo act by the name of Mandy Cook!. She sang astonishingly creative versions of some of my favorite songs. I can see a bright future ahead for this one! Bravo!" ~Renee Grant Williams

Album Notes

Audio Mixer: Billy Smiley.

Recording information: Dark Horse Studios, Franklin, TN; Lazy Ape Studios, Scottsdale, AZ; The Givens House.

Photographer: Anna Haas.



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