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by Anjanette Indelicato

An eclectic mix of rock, pop, and jazz linked by emotive lyrics and rich vocals. Chosen as a CDbaby Editor\'s Pick.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Amen
5:24 $0.99
2. Fire
5:32 $0.99
3. Too Late
5:20 $0.99
4. Definition Of Is
4:06 $0.99
5. Slipping Away
5:04 $0.99
6. Ticket To Heaven
3:36 $0.99
7. It's You Boy
5:06 $0.99
8. Thief
3:58 $0.99
9. Bleed
4:56 $0.99
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Album Notes
Phoenix-based singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Anjanette Indelicato launches her eponymous debut CD, Anjanette, a collection of 9 eclectic tracks sampling a variety of different genres and moods that has been several years in the making.

Fans of Tori Amos will definitely recognize her influence here, in both style and spirit. Songs like “Amen,” “Fire,” and “It’s You Boy” are built on catchy hooks that would sound right at home on the radio. “Too Late,” “Slipping Away,” and “Ticket to Heaven” are beautiful, emotive ballads that showcase Anjanette’s rich voice. “Definition of Is” and “Thief” are unique and experimental, hard to categorize but easy to enjoy.

And then there’s the album closer, “Bleed,” which begins with a bit of slow-burn misdirection but suddenly transforms into a sexy, jazzy, nightclub number unlike anything else on the album. It’s a fitting end for a collection that explores such a broad array of musical territory.

These songs each have their own personality and flavor, but also fit together well as a cohesive whole. Unlike the rough, raw sound that is part and parcel with most DIY releases from newcomers, this debut sounds remarkably accomplished, with each song expertly polished and enhanced by studio musicians. Fans of stylish songstresses like Jewel, Colbie Caillat, Sarah McLachlan, and especially Tori Amos will definitely want to give Anjanette a listen.


Singer/songwriter Anjanette Indelicato completed her debut album in the summer of 2008. Influenced by current artists such as Tori Amos and Sarah McLachlan, she started writing and performing music at an early age with her \"Mr. Microphone\" and Shawn Cassidy guitar. Many years of vocal, piano, and guitar lessons then followed, culminating in a M.A. in music. She now performs throughout the Phoenix area and is currently writing songs for her second album.



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Carrie Lang

Awesome! This is a great album. I\'ve been playing \"It\'s You Boy\" over and over again in my car. The song reminds me of Liz Phair\'s more recent work. I also can\'t stop replaying \"Bleed\", which has a jazzy flavor that closes out the album perfectly. Can\'t wait to hear more from Anjanette!


Loved it. Great album.

Hart of the Music Radio show

Sophisticated rich music
Hart of the Music reviewed Anjanette Indelicato and says 5 stars and thumbs up to this artist with the sophisticated rich and wonder vocals and compositons that reach deeply into our new world of life and music. A simply wonderful experience of expression to make a new contribution to Art!

Scott Haan

I love this album! The description above is absolutely right in the comparisons to Tori. Some of these songs sound like they could be lost goodies from the Little Earthquakes sessions, and “Definition of Is” sounds uncannily like a song that Tori herself just hadn’t gotten around to recording yet. From beginning (“Amen”, which has a killer hook that dares you not to sing along with the chorus) to end (when those horns kick in during “Bleed”, I can’t help but smile), the whole album is a treat. I’ve enjoyed listening to it several times already. I really hope to hear more from this artist in the future!

Brad at CD Baby

\"Basically I\'m done with emotion,\" Indelicato states in the opening lines of \"Too Late,\" the third track on her vast, eponymous debut. It\'s a declaration that should be taken with a grain of salt, but not completely discounted. Over the course of nine intricately produced songs, she covers so much ground musically and lyrically that it\'s impossible to believe she doesn\'t feel something. Often, it seems much more likely she\'s guilty of feeling too much. Either way, one thing is certain: her current frame of mind has yielded some striking music. She\'s backed by a large group of musicians, but she makes wise choices in when to employ their individual sounds. \"Fire\" shakes and taps with various forms of percussion, none of which get repetitive or crowd the rest of the arrangement. She expands on this process throughout the album, bringing in cello, violin, viola, organ, and some of the more usual suspects, but arranges them in a way that is careful to never get too busy. This allows ample room for her vocals, which ultimately deserve top billing. The influence of Tori Amos is apparent, but she\'s a bit more precise, taking her carefully penned words and making sure they stride right through the middle of the music. It\'s right where they belong, and it makes these songs all the more expansive and colorful.

william sherry

a great refreshing sound
i found this album to be very soothing or relaxing and appreciate all the time and energy put into producing it. such a true and refreshing sound in all the selections. I find it hard to single out aqny particular one. I look forward to hearing any future albums that you compose.