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Pop, Psychedelic Pop, Singer/Songwriter

Al Kooper’s ‘Cream of the Musical Crop’ (Boston Herald)

“I’m a fan!” – Al Kooper

“… Byrdsian jangle and exquisite psyche-pop harmonies perfect for a long car ride…Fans of classic sixties pop influences should pick this one up right away.” – Aaron Kupferberg, Powerpopaholic

“Fans of Aimee Mann, Lucinda Williams, Suzanne Vega and Jackie DeShannon will find much to enjoy … the tracks on January turn back the clock to a time when pop music was taken seriously” – Kevin Mathews, Today Online

“In an age of throwaway dance anthems and cookie-cutter R’n’B, it is refreshing to have dedicated artists and musicians remind us of the beauty and wonder of what pop music once was in its heyday. That such wondrous music can still be re-created in our modern times gives me hope and encouragement for the future.” –Kevin Mathews, Bucketfull o’ Brains

“Chock full of slightlydelic pop jangle and West Coast harmonies…just a few seconds into the opening title track, and you’re being pulled into the same paisley patterned swirl as the one The Bangles caused…” – Goran Obradovic, Shindig!

“Het zijn popsongs waarvoor ooit eens het predicaat 'perfecte popsong' is uitgevonden. Celsi beheerst het schrijven van deze perfecte popsongs nog altijd tot in de perfectie en levert met "Januari" voor mij als Anny Celsi fan van het eerste uur een prachtplaat af maar ik denk dat dit geldt voor vrijwel iedere liefhebber van vrouwelijke singer-songwriters.” - Freddy Celis, Rootstime

With the release of Little Black Dress and Other Stories in 2006, Anny Celsi evoked comparisons to artists like Aimee Mann, Lucinda Williams, Suzanne Vega and Jackie DeShannon – all songwriters distinguished by a literary voice that is every bit as vital to the listener as her singing voice. Little Black Dress established Anny internationally as an artist worthy of a second listen. Her next album, Tangle-Free World, was produced by Nelson Bragg, whose regular gig is percussionist/vocalist for The Brian Wilson Band (he appears on Brian’s ‘Smile’ and ‘That Lucky Old Sun’ albums).