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Marion singing “I Believe in You” live.
This is a live performance of one of my favorite songs from my first album…
Preview "Tales from the Topside World"
“The emotion can instantly be felt. Introduced first time to her naturally talented, euphoric voice that automatically captures the listener.”
“Her songs can be quite accessible pop that suddenly take left turns into something more adventurous, musical woods where you're not quite sure if what's coming is magical or Grimm-dark... hypnotic, beguiling, fey, incantatory stuff.”Mark Fogarty Author, "Went to see the Gypsy's"
"Those unable to resist the call of Loudon Wainwright’s good-humored intellectual folk, especially on his latest, Recovery, should be prepared for seduction by opening act Marion LoGuidice. Her latest CD, God’s House, is by turns lulling and startling, the New York-based artist’s spiritually intuitive and deeply passionate songs embraced of late by KGSR. Sometimes the pairing of two acts on a bill seems arbitrary. Here, it’s divine. "Austin Chronicle
“Marion has an extraordinary talent; her passion can be sensed through her deep, sincere lyrics and soft melodic voice. The pain in her vocals can be felt and you almost feel what she is going through. The album is very much built upon personal issues, and spiritual view. It is so heart capturing when listened to with a pair of headphones on the loudest volume possible, you’re in her world seen through her honest, and emotional voice”.More than the music magazine
“Marion did not really start here music career till she hit her 40′s and almost immediately started recording and singing live. She claims she has quit more times than she can remember, but continues to lean into fear on her path to her most authentic life.”
"Marion is beautifully emotional and poetic - a first-rate singer."Arif Mardin, Music Producer Extraordinaire
AAS Best Bet - Marion LoGuidice: "Several of the songs on "God's House," the new CD by New York singer Marion LoGuidice, should have about 10 seconds of dead air before the next track to let the listener clear his or her head from the riveting emotional ride they've just been on. The apology anthem "Sorry" and the swirling duet with Cyndi Lauper on "Mary" together pack more intense vulnerability and simmering empowerment than a Tori Amos boxed set.The Austin American Statesman
Marion Loguidice’s new album: “Tales From The Topside World” confirms that the creative triumph of her 2008 disc “God’s House” was no fluke – in fact, it was just a hint of brighter brilliance to come. On “Tales” Marion turns everything up a notch: the insightfulness of her songwriting, betraying her singular world-view; the production that is mesmerizing - organic but never staid; and her increasingly nuanced singing which evokes the world that is everything not on the topside.Jody Denberg, KUT Austin, TX
“The beautifully written album expresses stories of grief, anger, depression, love, forgiveness and courage. Taking her own life experiences and creating beautiful song- stories for everyone to connect to in their own way.”
Denberg says, "Once in a blue moon a CD hits as deep as Marion LoGuidice's. Let yourself be touched by this music. It is beautiful, emotional, musically unique and positively inspiring." Cyndi Lauper is such a fan , as depicted in her heart wrenching duet with Marion on a song from her second CD "Gods House" titled "Mary".Jody Denberg, former Content Manager at KSGR Radio in Austin
"Marion is an extraordinary singer songwriter who didn't start singing and writing until she turned 40. With no musical training what so ever , she has produced 3 CDs and is selling out shows in NYC and beyond."
"My songs are like lamps and when I stand on stage, I plug them in," she beams. "There's a certain kind of channeling that I do when I step on stage -- I unplug from this topside world and go into some other dimension, and it comes from a very deep, honest place. I think people are craving that in their life."
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