Mary Abraham

Album Title: The First Five
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Folk/Pop
Mary Abraham's first release, The First Five, leaves you wanting more than just five songs. The album gives a taste of her unique voice and personality. She very clearly puts herself into her songs, because they are emotional and poetic.

Four of the five tracks on the album are upbeat, leaving "Waiting for You" as the only slower song. It is a pleading love song that showcases her powerful voice against just an acoustic guitar. The other four songs, "Hey Love", "Someone Like You", "Entropy" and "Fall On You Knees" are just as powerful, but diverse in their own ways. She wrote all the songs herself, and each one sends a message about love or, as in "Entropy", the craziness that is life.

The First Five may be short, but it packs a lot of punch. She draws you in and leaves you wanting more.

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Writer: Jennifer Nichols

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