2003 debut album from the critically-acclaimed New Zealand singer/songwriter. Fraser's influences include Marvin Gaye, James Taylor, John Mayer and India.Arie. What To Do With The Daylight mixes haunting, soul-searching confessions with highly-crafted Pop songwriting that belies Brooke's relative youth. 11 tracks including the singles 'Better' and 'Lifeline'.
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Excellent Album...| Posted April 29, 2009
I must say that this album has great songwriting from Brooke Fraser. She writes songs from a pure heart that make you think about life, God, and everything else in between. The song Arithmetic is a song I remember when I heard her perform live last summer when she came to town with William Fitzsimmonds. She has an ability to capture an audience like very few artists I know can. She is very artistic in what she pens in her lyrics. Kudos to a great album that you should give a listen and buy.
Brooke Fraser who performs with Hillsong United has a very memorable voice. She is very intimate when she performs live. Not many people I know are like that. Back to the album:
Being this her first solo project, it is not a bad CD.