Phoenix, AZ, July 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Melonball Records is proud to announce it’s latest release, “Phoenix” by alt/pop singer/songwriter, Annie Moscow; a collection of 12 new songs by Annie Moscow, dealing with change. The songs range from the funny and upbeat, to poignant and sublime.
On “Bed & Breakfast in New England,” (Track 5 - featuring trumpet player Greg Varlotta (Nils Lofgren), Moscow sings, “You can tell me that I’m beautiful/Make love and go away”). On “Traveler” (track 9) Moscow expounds on the joys of living in the suburbs (“where the beds are warm and the floors are clean/and the dogs are fat and the lawns are green/we have the biggest stores you’re ever seen”). Or for serious chills, check out “Free Pass.”
Annie Moscow has been dubbed “a female Billy Joel”, with her songs and arrangements eliciting comparisons from “Queen” to “Abba” to “Meatloaf.”
The CD is produced by Rachael Gold, a producer, arranger, and touring musician, who has worked with a wide variety of recording artists over the past 30 years, including Sister Sledge, Donna Summer and Bernadette Peters.
Moscow and Gold have been collaborators for over 25 years, with a long list of songwriting credits from Sarah Vaughn to Sister Sledge to Mickey Mouse. In 1992, Moscow and Gold penned the hit song, “All of My Love” for Kathy Sledge, whose album went to #1 on the Billboard charts.
For additional information or to request a CD for review, please contact Annie Moscow at email@example.com.