LYNN BRYANT NEW CD REVIEW BY THE NASVILLE CITY PAPER
Lynn Bryant doesn’t mince words nor try to be coy or cute on Woman Enough (Sunrise Productions).

Lynn Bryant doesn’t mince words nor try to be coy or cute on Woman Enough (Vtone/Navarre). She lets you know in the lyrics of such direct and unadorned tunes like “Speak Love,” “Love Didn’t Listen,” and “The Heart You Save” that she’s uninterested in being either a victim or a dupe and prefers honesty to gamesmanship and duplicity.

Bryant can also do tender material, as she demonstrates on “Can We Still Be Friends” and displays a softer side on “I Want The Fairy Tale” and “Blue Skies.” But overall, there’s a toughness and intensity that comes across in her leads — both the spoken word narratives and interludes and the strong, explosive singing that she continually offers throughout the 11-song set. While romance and relationships form the thematic core of the songs, Bryant’s music also has plenty of spice and edge.