8 thoughts on “ Clean Rain - Vonda Shepard - The Radical Light (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. 01 - Searchin' My Soul (Vonda Shepard & Paul Gordon) 02 - The Radical Light (Vonda Shepard & Matthew Wilder) 03 - Tears Away (Paul Gordon & Vonda Shepard) 04 - Wake Up The House (Vonda Shepard & Gerard McMahon) 05 - Clean Rain (Vonda Shepard & David Pack) 06 - Dreamin' (David James & Lana Williams) 07 - Good To Yourself (Vonda Shepard & Paul Gordon).
  2. Vonda Shepard. Vonda Shepard (born July 7, ) is an American pop/rock singer. She appeared as a regular in the television show Ally McBeal from seasons in which she played a resident performer at the bar where the show's characters drank after work.
  3. Aug 09,  · Vonda Shepard kickstarts new album. by Tony Cagala August 9, August 9, 0 SOLANA BEACH — With people more reluctant to .
  4. Jan 01,  · Clean Rain. Vonda Shepard. From the Album The Radical Light January 1, Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. $ to buy.
  5. The Radical Light is pleasant but unremarkable. There are signs of promise in Vonda Shepard's vocals and songwriting, but it gets lost in overly long songs that, by the end of the album, all sound pretty much the same. Although Shepard's music is definitely pop, it's frequently tinged with a gospel-blues sound. Those moments are when the album is at its best.4/
  6. Written by Vonda Shepard and David Pack Oh city shine on tomorrow For today I feel rain There is a decent moon Now I lay me down in the light My man's afraid, no communication I'm sure life in my arms ain't been free Is it a sacrifice to love me now Are you alright? Will you take my hand so I'm not alone You're the road I need to lead me home.
  7. Vonda Shepard (born July 7, ) is an American pop/rock singer. She appeared as a regular in the television show Ally McBeal in seasons 1 through 5, in which she played a resident performer at the bar where the show's characters drank after work.
  8. Vonda opened the set with I Just Don’t Get It, from her new album Rookie. With its insistent chugging beat and soulful chorus it immediately set the mood for the night as Vonda savoured the luxury of a grand piano and the sympathetic musicianship and subtle vocal harmonies of her bass player Jim Hanson and guitarist James Ralston.

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