Rebecca Rego – Learning To Be Lonely

March 21, 2008

Learning To Be Lonely is the promising debut EP from Chicago based singer/songerwriter Rebecca Rego. The six songs included here are firmly in a folk and alt-country mode, with echoes of artists like Joni Mitchell, Patti Griffin and Bob Dylan. Apart from an assured and literate songwriting style, the most appealing thing about Learning To Be Lonely is Rego’s voice, which is by turns warm, intimate and playful. Rego is set to go into the studio to record a full length record, and if this EP is any indication, it should be something to hear. Definitely recommended for folk and alt-country fans. Standout cuts: “Dreams (Aren’t Made Here),” “The Best Thing You Ever Gave Me” and “Where The Lights Are.”

http://www.myspace.com/rebeccarego

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