It's the Sound
SONGS IN TV/FILM: The title track, 'It's the Sound' (trk 1), as heard on ABC's 'Life As We Know It,' CBS's 'Joan of Arcadia,' in the film 'Mozart and the Whale' and on KCRW-FM 'At the Frank Black Show' (trk 2) as heard on the WB's 'High School Reunion' and on KCRW-FM 'Time' (trk 4) and 'Double Vision' (trk 9) as heard on MTV's 'Laguna Beach' 'Skin Deep' (trk 7) as heard on ABC's 'Life As We Know It,' FOX's 'Wonderfalls' and on E!'s 'Paradise City' PRESS: 'Tracy Spuehler is one of the best singer/songwriters currently playing the folk/pop trenches, and she's got a new disc, the aptly-named 'It's the Sound'' - Entertainment Today 'Bursts of wit and sweetness tempered by dollops of sobering reality' - Los Angeles Times 'It's impossible not to begin any discussion about Tracy Spuehler these days without making mention of her infectious tune 'Where Do We Go?' having been used in a Nissan commercial. That track ushered in her touching and fun debut release Six Three One. 'It's The Sound' captures the same sharp and sweet dynamic and proves that her first outing was no act of chance' - MilesOfMusic.com 'When we first considered the facts about young Tracy Spuehler ...we fully expected 'It's the Sound' to be one of those discs that we just wouldn't like. Not only has one of her songs been used in a commercial for Nissan / Altima (barf!) ...but she also has a day job as a producer for slop/crap outlets like MTV, VH1, and CMT (double barf!) . Well the proof is in the grooves, so they say...and despite her seemingly overtly commercial credentials...Tracy Spuehler is actually a credible and entertaining singer/songwriter with real integrity. And her music is surprisingly sincere.' - Baby Sue Magazine ''It's The Sound' follows singer-songwriter Tracy Spuehler's 2001 solo debut, six three one. 'It's The Sound' songs are poetic and straightforward, yet with a satisfying depth to the lyrics' - American Songwriter 'Listening to the sophomore album from this L.A.-based singer-songwriter is like seeing the smart girl at school take off her glasses, unwrap her pigtails and turn into a beautiful swan.' -HITS 'Unexpectedly original for the girl-with-guitar genre, Spuehler has some twentieth century Sheryl Crow and Liz Phair in her' - Womanrock.com Thanks for stopping in. We hope you enjoy listening!