Daisy DeBolt,
Live Each Day with Soul
(self-produced, 2001)

This bluesy, rocky CD was absolutely amazing, both empowering me and relaxing me at the same time. Daisy DeBolt combines jazzy percussion and singing style with rock guitar and piano in a unique and quite addictive style.

My favorite tune on this record was "Do I Have to Live the Blues," a touching, biographical song that DeBolt wrote about the short period preceding her mother's death. The haunting poetry combined with the power of the music and the feeling in DeBolt's voice tugged at my heartstrings, because I realized from this song that DeBolt had a wonderful relationship with her mother -- a relationship that I envy and strive for in my own life.

This CD is a must have for any blues rock collection.

[ by Melissa Kowalewski ]
Rambles: 9 March 2002