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To the Dark Tower
  • Artist: Cake Bake Betty
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 796873081351
  • Item #: SRD308135
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 6/30/2008
  • Rank: 1000000000
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To the Dark Tower on CD

Infinity Cat is proud to bring you the second album from Cake Bake Betty, \'To The Dark Tower\'. Produced by CBB\'s Lindsay Powell with Battle Tape\'s Jeremy Ferguson and JEFF The Brotherhood\'s Jake and Jamin Orrall, it is another amazing collection of songs from one of the most original writers of our time. British mag Supersweet says \'The musical vehicle of multi-instrumental New York songwriter Lindsay Powell, Cake Bake Betty\'s music is an exercise in both the beautiful and the bizarre. Inspired predominantly by old mariner songs, folk classics and blues standards amongst many other influences, the tracks have an off-kilter appeal and energy which most artists would struggle to replicate.\' The Nashville Scene says \'Consisting largely of a piano and Powell\'s gorgeous voice, Cake Bake Betty, along with JEFF The Brotherhood and Be Your Own Pet, make up the core of local label Infinity Cat\'s roster. Alternating between cute and creepy, Powell\'s lyrics tackle everything from monsters to babies to cannibalism, often juxtaposed against whimsical keyboard flourishes that occasionally drift into more experimental territory. The approach lends itself to the obvious Tori Amos comparisons, but rather than focus exclusively on melodrama, Powell\'s songwriting maintains a strong undercurrent of playfulness.\'