Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Ryan Cabrera
Elm Street


Ryan Cabrera honed his musical talents in Texas, spending his teen years playing in various bands and creating a name for himself in the Dallas music scene. Beginning with the band Rubix Groove, Cabrera then went on to perform as a solo artist, and would travel around the country, just him and his acoustic guitar. His independent release, “Elm St.,” was extremely successful. Elm St. soon was sold out at local record stores, and it began selling strongly via the Internet and Cabrera grabbed opening slots for artists such as Sister Hazel, Howie Day, Ben Harper, Third Eye Blind and the Pat McGee Band.

01 - Last Winter Intro / 02 - Spanish Song / 03 - Yesterday's Gone / 04 - In My Life / 05 - My Friend John / 06 - Reasons Intro / 07 - Reasons / 08 - Lost Again / 09 - I Will / 10 - Last Winter


Ryan Cabrera
Take It All Away

2004 Atlantic/Wea B000255J2M

Once Ryan Cabrera felt he was ready for the next step in his career, he hooked up with Joe Simpson, father of Jessica and Ashlee, as his manager. He was soon after signed to Atlantic Records, and after touring with folk-songstress Jewel, and pop icon Jessica Simpson, he released his major label debut: “Take It All Away.” The charismatic singer-songwriter shines on this album, filled with sparkling melodies, vibrant instrumentation, and breezy vocals.

1. Let's Take Our Time / 2. On The Way Down / 3. True / 4. Exit To Exit / 5. 40 Kinds of Sadness / 6. Echo Park / 7. Take It All Away / 8. Shame On Me / 9. She's / 10. Illusions / 11. Blind Sight

And because it's spring I trow in the other two albums too.

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