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Written By: Jeff Ignatius
Category: Feature Stories
The first impression of Anna Ash’s These Holy Days album is her distinctive, boldly quirky singing – soulful, pliable, and off-center, comfortable in breathy coos and pointed, high-pitched peaks. The title track features a piercing vibrato that’s ethereally visceral, both heavenly and a bit frightening. That’s the kind of voice that sounds like a natural extension of personality honed over a lifetime, an idiosyncratic instrument that nobody ever had the heart to constrain or correct.
But in a phone interview this week, Ash – who will be performing at Rozz-Tox on December 16 and recording a Daytrotter.com session the next day– revealed that she only discovered this marvel over the past five years, and she’s still exploring it.
“I didn’t really even know what my voice sounded like until I was like 19 or 20 years old,” she said. “ I was very shy about singing as a kid. I was never very good because I was so scared and so nervous.”
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