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Actor Jeff Goldblum Says Angel Travis' Music Is Like "A Candied Apple Dipped In Rum;" Listen Here

October 30th, 2006 10:52am EST
Angel TravisOn her debut album The Woman In Me, singer-songwriter Angel Travis' voice and spirit join forces for an extraordinary musical tour de force. The young Washington State-bred transplant to Los Angeles has a confident and elegant style that embraces its audience on the first listen, and an emotional honesty that forges an immediate heart to heart connection.

Veteran producer/musician Barry Goldberg commented, "I have worked with some pretty good lady vocalists throughout my career such as: Janis Joplin, Gladys Knight, Kelly Clarkson and Tracy Nelson, to name a few. So, I know when I hear the magic. It's always something special. Angel Travis is just that...she is a natural."

Actor Jeff Goldblum, who is also well known as a musician and presenter of exclusive music events in the Los Angeles area, said, "I listened to this music, closed my eyes, and my heart felt like a candied apple dipped in rum."

Travis' talents came to the attention of acclaimed producer/engineer Michael Vail Blum (Madonna, Young Dubliners, Suicidal Tendencies, etc.), who produced her 10-song debut. The disc also features arrangements and keyboards from co-producer Herman Jackson, whose more than four decades long career spans work with artists including Narada Michael Walden, Tone-Loc, Nancy Wilson, The Jazz Crusaders, The Temptations and Outkast.

Angel Travis' personal and artistic evolution can barely be contained on this radiant debut. As you hear "the magic" pour out of her self-penned and soulfully delivered songs, know that this is only the first of many triumphs from an artist whose gifts blend echoes of Etta James, Sarah McLachlan, Crystal Gayle, Valerie Wellington and other inspirations into one unique artistic signature.


Listen to "Think of You"
Listen to "Still Love You"

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