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Reviewed by - Matt Rowe

Brittney Elizabeth
Breathe In

Brittney Elizabeth has a passion for love and her lyrics are the proof of that.  On her indie debut, Breathe In, there is a bit of magic in that belief.  There is a mass of female singer-songwriters (as there are male), so much so that to weed through them can be a daunting task.  If you’ve heard one, you’ve heard 15 others, most average at best.  But Brittney Elizabeth is a diamond still waiting to be cut and shined. 

She is one who has a belief in the magic of love and you can hear it in her young voice.  That stubbornness is part of the good stuff going on in this album.  With personal reflection and feelings on display, you can use the worn saying, “She’s wearing her heart for all to see,” but it’d be true.  Autumn, LA, missing her boyfriend, are all subjects that get her full attention.

Breathe In is not a perfect album.  Actually, it’s an album of introductions.  The artist is one to be recognized and Breathe In gets her noticed.  Brittney Elizabeth is one deserving singer-songwriter that I’m going to be paying attention to as she develops.

Release Date: November 27, 2007
Produced by: Rob Seals / Everett Harwood
Format: CD

Track Listing:

As One / Don't Let Me Let Me Down / Last Song For You / Hang On To / Distressed / Bright Eyes / Still I Wish / LA With Oopen Arms / Harm's Way / Where Did Forever Go? / I Can't Stop Thinking About You / Let Me Live.

Brittney Elizabeth:

Brittney Elizabeth - Vocals
Sean Hurley - Bass
Mike King - Bass
Kerry Jackson - Bass
Rob Seals - Guitars
Everett Harwood - Guitars / Piano / Programming
Ryan Brown - Drums
Billy Hawn - Drums / Percussion
Gary Bruzzese - Drums
Todd Chuba - Drums
Beth Balmer - Viola / Violin / Organ / Rhodes / Piano.

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