CD Review: LET THERE BE LOVE (Peggy Sarlin)

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by Eve Meadows on October 25, 2018

in CD-DVD,Music


Some people give up hope and let their lives fall away after a disaster. Not Peggy Sarlin, a singer and writer whose husband had a stroke in 2012. In 2016, the chanteuse — who had written for Bette Midler and Patti LuPone — released the successful Friends and Family, a most relatable collection of songs that centered on her most important subject: Love. Now, she’s released her new studio album, Let There Be Love, a collection of personal dreams and setbacks she’s experienced. Blues, ballads, funk, folk, intrigue, mystery — and, yes, love — wonderfully collide as Ms. Sarlin, who is both composer and lyricist, offers timeless storytelling among the moving music. Anyone who’s had intensely lousy times (and isn’t that all of us?) and you’re determined to rise above it with wit, sophistication, and gentility, this is for you.

Let There Be Love
Peggy Sarlin
Bander Music
released on August 25, 2018 | 10 tracks | 31:52
available on iTunes, Amazon, and Peggy Sarlin

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