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Wendy Alane Wright's Debut Album "As I AM"

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Pop/r&b singer, writer and producer Wendy Alane Wright has released her first solo album, As I Am, which consists of 10 tracks of mid-tempo love songs flavored with pop, jazz and light r&b. Grammy-nominated songwriting team Allan Rich and Jud Friedman contributed the title track, Steven Cahil (Touched By An Angel) and Carol Hall (Best Little Whorehouse in Texas) contributed the acoustic piano track “Just A Miracle," Laura Pallas wrote “I Believe" and the pop/rock “Angel No Heaven Can Hold."

Wendy Alane Wright and her longtime songwriting partner Rene van Verseveld wrote the rest, including the jazzy tunes “Maybe This Time," and “Meant To Be Together." The album was recorded in Amsterdam and Los Angeles and has a pop feel with big string arrangements, piano and sax. Wendy Alane Wright's mezzo soprano vocals are soulful and even angelic at times. She has tremendous command of her voice and a dynamic range.

“As I Am" is a mixture of pop ballads and jazz with smooth, soulful vocals jazz piano, saxophone, moving string arrangements and an impressive vocal perfomance--if you like Mariah Carey or Anita Baker, you will love this album. “Maybe This Time" is guaranteed to put you in the mood for love.

“As I Am" can be purchased at the website below and is an absolute must for any music lover.

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