Artist/ Band: Emily Bezar
Title: Angels' Abacus
Label: DomiVox
Year of Release: 2004
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The Review:

Emily Bezar: a singer, composer and keyboard player who has four albums to date. Her musical style is more towards the soft jazz, classical and art rock. While vocally she can be compared to Tori Amos and Kate Bush.

Recently she released her fourth album, Angels' Abacus. I only have one other of her releases (Moon in Grenadine) and the music is more “accessible” while retaining the originality of her previous work. This will appeal to the audiences that demand something more than what is currently available in the mainstream music world. Power arrangements, beautifully sung lyrics. It doesn’t get any better than this.

Emily is one of those "unsung" tallented vocalists/musicians of our day and hopefully that will change very soon. Yet she has the presence of the afore mentioned Amos & Bush while having a classic vocal styling that is easily recognizable.

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on December 22nd, 2004


1. Latitude
2. Right Back At Me
3. Losing the Middle
4. Heaven To Pay
5. In Delay
6. Escallers Des Penitants
7. Angels' Abacus
8. Scirocco
9. Continental Slide
10. Brune
11. In My Sky
12. Suncrash
13. Walk That Blade
14. Cast In Ice
15. Metronome
16. Night Boats

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