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Single Review: Allman Brown – ‘Woman’

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Allman Brown is a brand new singer on the commercial scene who seems destined for some great things in 2012.

AllmanBrownNew single Woman is the London-based singers debut single and is the first track to introduce the world to the musicians skilled and fruitful vocals and songwriting talents as the project sees the musician working alongside a pair of the industry’s top producers, James Bryan (Nelly Furtado) and Paul Herman (Dido, Emilie Sande).

Woman is a sweet and soft introduction that casts some beautiful lyrics over a backdrop of laid back piano-led instrumentation and the singers mellow vocals. The track showcases Brown’s sentimental side as the number sits nicely within balladry borders though containing a semi-up-tempo chorus that blends chorus and verse gently yet very effectively.

Already heavily involved in the London gig circuit, Allman has been performing to audiences for quite a while now and it is good to finally get some material out there and available for his growing fan base to have injected into their iPods rather than waiting for the next performance to sprout up and long may that continue. The track is a welcome debut for Allman Brown and easily sets the scene for the singers debut studio record.