Beth Sorrentino compositions registered at BMI.com.
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Daniel Handler (The Believer, 2009 Music Issue CD): “Suddenly, Tammy! got one of those 1990s music industry raw deals: a great indie record, a fantastic major label debut that nobody knew about, and then a second album lost in limbo. Their major-label debut, We Get There When We Do, is a great sandwich: tasty, satisfying, surprising, great for consuming on a sunny porch or while lying down on the sofa with your shoes off. The surprising part is: no guitar. Just Sorrentino’s voice and piano, her brother on drums, and their high-school buddy on bass. Sorrentino’s songs spread out sneakily, like the work of Lynda Barry: in the first few lines they might seem simple and by the end they’re encompassing the world. She’s kept a lower profile since Suddenly, Tammy!, playing the occasional show and releasing Nine Songs, One Story a couple of years ago.”
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