Reviews


"Always Lovers has an all at once distant and intimate sound about it, somehow seeming like an up close and personal confession as well as being merely a whisper or an idea hanging on a passing breeze. The artist’s leading vocal performance is much gentler here than on previous recordings, though it has always had a captivating softness to it." ~ Rebecca Cullen Stereostickman

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“I have never in my life as a professional music critic have heard anyone touch my heart the way that she does when I hear her songs. Pauline hits every note perfectly and flawlessly. This new release will hit you where you least expect it.” ~ Jack Saint Themusicreviews

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“Pauline Frechette is a driven and passionate pianist and composer …recently released “Song for Michael”, a touching song that features simple, yet dynamic musicality and melodies that reach to the listener’s soul.” ~ the bandcampdiaries

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“Pauline Frechette has it all. …  On “Love in the Afternoon” however, she is at her finest. The beauty of the song is almost indescribable, making so much of pop-music seem so utterly trivial in comparison. " ~ JS Jamsphere Publications

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"Really digging this new song from Pauline Frechette!  I’ve had the privilege of listening to a number of her singles along the way and I have the sneaking suspicion that this one is my favorite of the bunch so far.  “Always Lovers” moves at a sleek & graceful pace, adding in a haunting mystique into the atmosphere alongside a powerful tale of love between two." ~jer@sbs Sleepingbagstudios

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“ ‘Song For Michael’ is a beautiful, melancholy experience that highlights Frechette’s passionate performance. …Frechette’s performance is elegant in the purest sense of the word.”

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“She’s made magic once again on “Love In The Afternoon” and captured captivating and beautiful emotions on this brand-new single…she sounds timeless.” ~ Sleepingbagstudios

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“ … what I hear in “Song For Michael” for certain…my own inability to justly describe the beautiful moment that I’m hearing in this song… The entire song soars with beauty, drama and unmistakable real-emotion…gorgeous and stunning to listen to at each and every moment.”

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“... have the sneaking suspicion that this one is my favorite of the bunch so far.  “Always Lovers” moves at a sleek & graceful pace, adding in a haunting mystique …

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“Pauline is blessed with a great voice, a distinctive and beautifully frayed tone that sounds hip and vulnerable, cool and polished all at once. And when placed in a ethereally haunting composition as this. She is perfectly in her element.” ~Jacob Aiden Jamsphere

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On “Come Away With Me” "With this track, Pauline has proven once again that she is capable not only of creating musical masterpieces (a difficult achievement enough,) but also of conjuring content which is personally inspiring.”

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"The last release of Frechette’s featured here on the Spotlight, ‘Song For Michael,’ remains one of 2016’s best independent tunes.”

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“Pauline Frechette is back with an extraordinary new instrumental song called “A Quiet Walk In The Snow.”  Arranged by David Campbell … it’s quite an achievement and absolutely captivating beyond words.”  ~ sleepingbagstudios

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“Accomplished singer, composer, and lyricist, Pauline Frechette has released a magnificent new piece title “A Quiet Walk in the Snow.” It is an incredibly poignant song …” ~ stepkid 

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