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2nd album from gifted NYC singer/songwriter/rocker cooks up a brew of rock, psychedelia, folk, and a touch of Bowiesque glam that is simply not to be missed! Once in a blue moon, an album arrives on the shelves that literally defies all categorization. I genuinely prize such works when they come my way. Most often I have found that these albums are usually products of the female persuasion. Such items that come to mind are Area's fragments of the morning and Milla's The Divine Comedy. Well it's time to add another spectacular addition to the list. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you Patti Rothberg's Candelabra Cadabra.You may recall that Rothberg had a debut on the EMI America label back in 1996 called Between the 1 and 9 that received numerous raves. Unfortunately, Patti's big label folded shortly after her release leaving her to her own devices for a short time. Now she's back on Cropduster with a new set of material that for all intents and purposes is strictly magical. And that's not really an adjective that I'd ever dreamed of using in a record review before now. Hearing Rothberg's music is like opening a giant story book! filled with enormous and colorful illustrations and diving in head first. Or maybe it's like an old lost book of spells that is at once both enchanting and ominous. Either way, this is the stuff dreams are made of. The dreams you have when you're deep asleep in the dark late at night. The dreams that sparkle and fade, gently pulling you awake in the morning. With Patti, everything is very grand. She paints minutiae with wide brush strokes that color your own imagination and keep you seeking more within her melodies.
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