Deidre Muro
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Deidre Muro

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"Local Singer/Songwriter Duo"

"...A hip and mellow album of jazz and modern folk..." - Messenger (Long Island)

"Album Review"

This is a nice folk-pop album. The songs are hummable and familiar sounding without being trite.

Muro's voice is strong and emotive.

The production is first rate, the instruments mixed with the voices (many layers and background vocals) is well done. Very professional.

"Alright" is very radio friendly. It's a nice catchy pop tune that will probably stick in your head even after the CD is over.

"The End" has a 70s soft rock feel that I can't help but love. I think it's the echoey vocals and lovely string arrangement.

Title track "Red Afternoon" is very minimal, bluesy and emotional. It shows the depth and range of Muro's lovely voice.

Other stand outs: "Farewell to Heros" and "Just Tell Me" and "Nothing". Well, as you can see, this CD is full of really good songs. It's hard to just single out a few. -


Red Afternoon (2004)


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20-year-old New Yorker Deidre Muro has spent the past two years climbing the ranks of the indie music scene at a stunning pace. With a voice mature for her years, she has silenced many a noisy bar crowd. Deidre has played such venues as Sin-e, Bowery Poetry Club and Crash Mansion, toured regionally, received national airplay on AAA and College Radio (WITR, KRVM, WEVL, WBRS, WYOU), and been featured on two student record label compilations. The latest of which, Village Records' "Banana Split," features 3 of Deidre’s new analog tracks and will be promoted nationally to college radio and press.