Keely, Megan / Acorn Collections
Album:Acorn Collections Collection:General
Artist:Keely, Megan Added:Mar 2012
Label:(No Label Information) 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2012-03-24 Pull Date:2012-05-26 
Week Ending:May 20May 13May 6Apr 22Apr 15Apr 8

Recent Airplay
1.Sep 21, 2021:Traditions - International Women's Day Edition (rebroadcast from Mar 8, 2019)
4.May 06, 2012:feelin' the music
2.Mar 08, 2019:Traditions - International Women's Day Edition
5.Apr 29, 2012:feelin' the music
3.May 13, 2012:feelin' the music
Daydream Ditty
6.Apr 15, 2012:feelin' the music

Album Review
Reviewed 2012-04-06 
Megan Keely is from the bay area and sings with her brother and father (Stanford alum) on bass and guitar/trumpet. Nice folksy, sometimes jazzy, tunes with vocals similar to Norah Jones. All of the songs really have some feel to it, some slow and chill, others more playful. Instruments include ukulele, trumpet, guitar, drums, bass, and kazoo. All great stuff. Check out 2, 3, 5, 7. FCC clean.

1. Anymore (3:58)- Upbeat ditty with ukulele and accompaniment
**2. Gepetto’s Song (3:45)- Nice guitar strumming in beginning. Slow, chill, lots of feeling. Nice vocal harmonies. My favorite
**3. Daydream Ditty (4:11)- Another ditty (as the title suggests). Upbeat. Playful exchange between kazoo and trumpet later in the song
4. Dollars (4:56)- Slow guitar picking and soulful vocals. Simple. Picks up slightly. Ukulele improvisation in middle
**5. Hollowbody (3:42)- Crackling, vocals, guitar picking, upright bass, beat played on cajon drum. Lots of feeling. Nice and simple
6. Occupied by You (2:56)- Very folksy, country-ish. Banjo! Upbeat and playful
**7. Again (4:41)- Chill drumbeat, soulful vocals. Chorus is strong and resonant
8. This is it (3:42)- Slow ukulele picking that picks up with drums and bass. Soulful trumpet solo
9. …(0:24)- Frogs croaking

Track Listing
1.Anymore 5.Hollowbody
2.Gepetto's Song 6.Occupied By You
3.Daydream Ditty 7.Again
4.Dollars 8.This Is It