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Debbie Deane's "Grove House" is compelling and inspiring.
(Published: May 25, 2020)

Debbie Deane is a singer/songwriter with a unique touch and a one-of-a-kind voice. Her album, Grove House, which features twelve compelling songs, stands as a genuine and inspiring portray of Deane's work.

The first song is a track named "Poseidon," which begins with a minimalist pop-jazz arrangement, reminiscent of artists as diverse as Norah Jones and KT Tunstall. The song "Yesterday" is a smooth ballad with a stunning piano arrangement and a tasteful drum sound, recalling some of the best '70s tunes! "Bad Boy" continues along the same thread with a smooth sound that's almost reminiscent of classic Motown, but with a more introspective feel. The song "Pie" is a bright track with a folk-pop vibe and a colorful melody. She sets the bar higher with one of the catchiest, most appealing melodies on this record, giving the audience something quite special.

The next number is a song titled "Out There," which is probably one of the most introspective moments on this release. The song is based on a smooth piano arrangement and Deane's heartfelt vocals, with lyrics that are so personal and inspiring. The song "Down, Down, Down" has a bluesy guitar tone and a soothing drum arrangement, which matches the breathy, sultry tone of her voice. "You Know Me" has a beautiful 3/4 (or well, 6/8, depending on how you want to count it) tempo, which gives the track a dreamy tempo and a nice swing. The title track kicks off with a beautiful electric piano part, and it soon gives way to her spontaneous vocal performance, leading to one of the most memorable songs on the album. "The Spell" and "Still Here" explore blues and jazz soundscapes, giving the album a different twist towards its ending. These songs are complimentary, because they are atmospheric and mellow, but also quite spiced up!

"Slow It Down" is a beautifully smooth song with jazz influences and a classy vibe. "Sailor Song" is a lonely acoustic ballad with a mysterious vibe. It's the kind of song that makes you want to stay silent and simply enjoy the music as it goes along. A perfect closing number for this amazing album.

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