ORANGE – Album CD

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The MonaLisa Twins’ second original album that provides listeners with a whole new experience. While staying true to their roots – The Sixties –  this album branches out into new territories of musical styles. You can expect to hear a more experimental and very tongue-in-cheek side of the MonaLisa Twins. Check the tabs below for more info.

Album Name: ORANGE
Album Type: CD – 12 Tracks
Release Date: 29 Sep 2017
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Album Name: ORANGE
Album Type: CD – 12 Tracks
Release Date: 29 Sept 2017

About the Album

The MonaLisa Twins’ much anticipated follow-up original record to their debut album “When We’re Together”. 5 years have passed since the release of original material while the Twins played countless shows all over Europe, moved their residence to England, and learned some important life lessons. In other words … they lived life.

In comparison to their first album, which was still written in their teens, ORANGE gives a more mature, sometimes satirical, yet overall still light-hearted approach to topics we all deal with. Love, community, doubt, the past and future and the generally unsettling direction society seems to be taking.

While staying true to their passion for melodic, quirky songwriting, plenty of harmonies, a very “60s” sound and twangy guitar licks, this album branches out into new territories and incorporates very psychedelic but also earthy, bluesy, sometimes even jazzy tones. Built upon everything you loved about their debut album, you can expect to hear a more experimental and very tongue-in-cheek side of the MonaLisa Twins.


Song Tracks & Lyrics:
01   The Future
02   No More Worries Company
03   Once Upon A Time
04   Close To You
05   It’s Alright
06   Waiting For The Waiter
07   In It For Love
08   Count On Me
09   Sweet Lorraine
10   That’s Life
11   Club 27
12   Still A Friend Of Mine

Lyrics, Music, Performance, Engineering, Production and Album Design/Photos: MonaLisa Twins

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20 reviews for ORANGE – Album CD

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    jimidean (verified owner)

    jimi dean — Oct 19, 2017

    Orange shows the Sixties influence MLT were naturally drawn, but also the depth and maturity in their work since their last CD five years ago — they have blossomed into sound songwriters and lyricists in their own right. With flawless harmonies and solid guitar work, they bring that sound to Orange and make it their own. Skilled arrangements and quality production add to the eclectic mix of songs that make this album an absolute pleasure to spend time with.

    MLT are multi-instrumentalists covering genres of jazz, rock, blues, pop and folk on Orange. The tracks Once Upon A Time and the bluesy Waiting For The Waiter, feature John Sebastian of The Lovin’ Spoonful playing a soulful harp. Still A Friend Of Mine is the most emotionally-rich track, combining moving vocals and heartfelt lyrics to a song that we can all somehow feel moved by.

    Like many artists before them, MLT cut their musical teeth playing Beatles’ covers —along with other Sixties groups — and posting them on YouTube. Unlike many others, they covered them extraordinarily well, staying close to the original recordings, and using their outstanding harmonies and skilled musicianship to make them theirs and bring you back to watch them over and over. Their work payed off handsomely.

    The eclectic mix that is Orange will have you hoping there isn’t a five year gap until the next MLT release. Until that release, we have Orange, an album that will most definitely stand the test of time as one of their best.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Lawrence Schmitt (verified owner)

    I am an old guy 76 years old. These girls have given me many hours of enjoyment listening to their music. I loved all the previous songs they covered. I bought them all.
    I was worried about this album. But that was for nought. It is terrific!! I pre-ordered it with out any hesitation and it was well worth it. I think my
    favorite is “Your still a friend of mine .” But I love them all.
    So my advice is buy it, you won’t be sorry!!!
    Thank you Ladies.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Steve_H (verified owner)

    Greetings all,
    I’m an experienced songwriter, and I am captivated by Mona and Lisa!
    I’ll list my favourites…
    “Still A Friend of Mine” – you’ve got to be kidding me! what experienced song-writing here. Such a well constructed song, though I wished it didn’t finish at the end so quickly. It was so refreshing to have piano introduced as contrast to guitar. (not that I’m complaining though) This track is a masterpiece; beautiful chord structure that emotionally moves the melody. Well done girls.
    “Count on Me” – The other tracks that stand out to me are this one – what such a refreshing delicately exceuted song. Brilliant! (love to hear a piano ballad version).
    “In It For Love” – Like the above, a refreshing sound with a feel of a pre-sixties sound. Excellent harmonies. A nice refreshing feel.
    “Sweet Lorraine” – As soon as I heard this, it gave me that stacatto feel of Eleanor Rigby. Great song with a lovely chorus. I was expecting a fade-out to the song, but we get surprised by an abrupt finish. (which actually wants us to play the song again)

    “That’s Life” – Firstly, what a fantastic video film clip. I can only sentiment others’ comments on this great song. A complex, yet well constructed song, with that catchy melody!”

    “Close To You” – this lovely song would sound great performed ‘live’ — even with a version with a harder edge rhythm guitar. (personal view only) A delicate melody attributes to this material. Nice song girls!

    “Waiting For The Waiter” – We all got a taste of the Orange album with this first. It has a definite country feel. Okay, now for a humorous comment… love to see this performed ‘live’ with Mona & Lisa wearing gun and holster, like out in the wild west! (though a bit hard whilst playing guitar – hehe).

    Congratulations! A terrific album which did not disappoint. “Still A Friend of Mine” blows me away. Can’t wait until you upload some videos and I can’t wan’t to anticipate what’s in store for your next album! Your parents must be so proud of you girls. We are! 🙂

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Geir Straume (verified owner)

    In 2014, I stumbled upon the MonaLisa Twins’ exquisite cover versions of “God Only Knows” and “Bus Stop” on YouTube. Then I discovered their own material (the album “When We’re Together”) as well as the other brilliant covers they’ve done. I’ve been following their progress ever since, and also had the pleasure to witness some of their great live performances at various music venues in Liverpool.

    It’s been two years since the release of their latest original song “That’s Life”, but by releasing an album as strong as “ORANGE”, they prove that it has definitely been worth the wait!

    The MonaLisa Twins’ love of sixties music is obvious, but there are several different styles present on this album. The song “No More Worries Company” reminds me of a musical style from decades earlier. Listen to the uptempo “Club 27” for some magnificent rock guitar playing.

    Beautiful harmonies are everywhere on “ORANGE”, and the arrangements and production throughout is excellent. John Sebastian contributes wonderful blues harp playing on two of the songs.

    What impresses me the most about “ORANGE”, is that it’s a team (family) of just four people who have done basically everything here, from song writing and arrangements to performance and production.

    I can’t wait to get an opportunity to hear this material performed live!

    Personal favourites: “Close To You”, “Count On Me”, “Club 27” and “Still A Friend Of Mine”

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    NightWatch (verified owner)

    Read [skip] down for track reviews.

    We all know that music reviews are subjective no matter how much the writer claims objectivity. Reviews are influenced heavily by how much the reviewer likes or dislikes the reviewed and other personal preferences of said reviewer. With this in mind I, as a ‘fan’ of the Mona Lisa Twins [MLT] for a couple of years or so now, will try to keep my reviews … sensible! I can write wholeheartedly that any words of praise for ‘ORANGE’ that I write will be woefully inadequate in expressing just how amazing I feel the album is.

    When I found out about ‘ORANGE’ there was little information about the album other than it was by MLT and the suggestion that the album would be a new direction for the group. Alarm bells started ringing! How many times have we read ‘… a new direction for the group …’ for any group and found that the new direction was not to our taste or somehow degraded the group or, I can think of a few, over commercialised the group by going with whatever the recent music fashion was? My fears proved unfounded when I first listened to ‘ORANGE’.

    As a whole, the new MLT album is very true to previous MLT material. MLT are adored for the materials from a bygone age that they ‘cover’ such as hits by The Beatles, The Hollies and others from the same era. This adoration is also given to MLT for previously released original works that are written by the artists. This new album ‘ORANGE’ of original work does not disappoint and will, without doubt, be adored by fans of MLT. It will be no wonder to this reviewer that anyone new to MLT will not be disappointed by the album either.

    The album ‘ORANGE’ is in a format that I quite like! Though each track can be enjoyed independently, from the start the album kind of tells a story. On the whole the story told is about life. It would be easy to compare ‘ORANGE’ to albums that became classics of other groups and master classes in composition.

    TRACK REVIEWS

    Following is my review of each track for those of you still reading and those that have skipped to this point;

    1. The Future: This clutter of sound will seem somewhat strange or confusing on first play but lays down the foundations for what follows very well and, maybe strangely, makes more sense as the album continues or is replayed.

    2. No More Worries Company: This puts me in mind of a cheeky, witty show tune from a stage musical. The lyrics are fun and the tune is very upbeat and raises a chuckle. Like a friendly, warm welcome to the hearth on which the rest of the album gently simmers this track embodies the cheery, fun and staying groovy attitude MLT are known for.

    3. Once Upon A Time: Arguably an instant classic, this track puts me in mind of a certain style of mid to late sixties ‘eastern’ influenced music mixed with a deep ‘bluesy’ style. With many a, seems to me, tip of the hat to the artists that have influenced MLT and somewhat meaningful lyrics, this is a wonderful track.

    4. Close To You: This track is a superb exploration of wonder and misfortune romance can bring. This is a quintessentially 60’s love song and, to me, would not be out of place if on an album performed by artists such as Chad and Jeremy or Peter and Gordon.

    5. It’s Alright: Fast, fun, a little pop like and a clear display of how well the twins voices play off each other. I see this track as a great expression of personal liberty done with the joyous charm MLT often show.

    6. Waiting For The Waiter: This track, with the help of John Sebastian on blues harp, is simply outstanding. The lyrics are full of imagery that is, arguably, open to interpretation. This track really does show how well the twins have come along in terms of great song writing. I could not help but think of the Samuel Beckett play ‘Waiting for Godot’ when listening to this track. Also, without going too deeply into a discussion on the matter, I could not stop myself thinking; ‘Should we really wait for the change or get up and go for the change or even make the change ourselves?’. (Define change!)

    7. In It For Love: I ‘ain’t misbehaving’ when I write this review! This song is entirely modern in a very nostalgic way. The tune is lightly melodic fun and the lyrics are cheekily optimistic. Once again the vocals here are perfectly matched. I could easily put this song to the top of my favourites of songs that are similar.

    8. Count On Me: How heartfelt and beautiful can a song be? Get the tissues ready! With a prominent yet (deceptively) simple guitar leading the dreamy instrumental part and a wonderful vocal rendition by both twins this track is purely magical.

    9. Sweet Lorraine: Is this a Beatles song? (I know it’s not). This song is saccharin sweet – but in a good way. A story song that is humorous, sarcastic and mischievous all at the same time this track pleases very much.

    10. That’s Life: The very first line in the lyrics of this song got me hooked! The lyrics are full of self deprecating humour of the best kind, down beat optimism and joyously forth rite advice. This song brings an ironic laugh and a smile hard to drop. The guitar work and percussion on the track has a fun clarity. Is that a cowbell I hear? Needs more – chuckle! The song is so infectious it should come with a health warning.

    11. Club 27: Though I am familiar with the idea, it took me a minute to realise what the title ‘Club 27’ was referring too – and here’s me a Fortean! Energetic and fast music with Hendrix like guitar work and sang in a let loose and lovin’ it fashion with a tip of the hat to hotel California lyrically this track is vibrant to say the least.

    12. Still A Friend Of Mine: Another tear jerking beauty. This track is a personal love song with echoes of universality beyond the simple. Or is it? Listening to the track, one could be easily forgiven for thinking it is as I just described. Reading the lyrics brings to mind other words such as ‘roguish’, ‘rebellious’ and ‘inciting’ though. Either way, this track has an exquisiteness that is easy to accept yet, somehow, hard to explain.

    Thank you for the music (and I tried so hard not to mention ABBA). Mona and Lisa (and co) you never cease to please. This album ‘ORANGE’ is great for your fan base and, I have no doubt, will bring on board many who were previously unaware of your work and make fans of the curious.

    I own the CD of ‘ORANGE’ and eagerly await my vinyl copy!

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jacki Hopper

    Once in a century or even a millennium a gifted musician or musicians will emerge that sets them apart from anyone else and makes a lifelong impact- this is the truth about The MonaLisa Twins…This new and current ORANGE album of theirs certainly captures their talent in the songwriting & instrumentation Dept. Though this time they ventured into somewhat uncharted musical territory and successfully cultivated a surefire winner while at same token managed to keep on with that uniqueness of theirs that truly defines them as of their own~
    THE FUTURE: An interesting mix match of assorted clips that makes for an intriguing saguay into the album…

    NO MORE WORRIES COMPANY: How the gals managed to pull off a most remincesent retro style song with such clever and whimsical and witty lyrics that have you being totally taken in along with them on this song journey …one can help but to smile & chuckle …

    ONCE UPON A TIME: Quite Sixties-esque and Funky Groovy Vibes going on here only further fueled by the guest appearance of John Sebastian’s musical input that accelerates this into its iwn realm and is an ear pleaser…

    CLOSE TO YOU: Yes , perhaps you do sense a Beatles-ish essence in this piece but its raw and stripped down simplicity makes this a wonderful song to mellow with…

    IT’S ALRIGHT: What is it about their harmonies that when they blend it just becomes so riveting , goose bumpworthy !? …I enjoy this very much so…

    WAITING FOR THE WAITER: Well- so much can be interpreted and said of this particular one but once more John Sebastian’s appearance of the magic on blues harp just gives this a flavour of its own spice and deliverance but sonething about a bluesy… seductive hypnotic rhythm – it strikes a chord within…

    IN IT FOR LOVE: A cute and funny number with a catchy cleverness that gets you hooked on it- most definitely…

    COUNT ON ME: This one has that appeal in which no matter what in your life is going on- know that that someone does care and etc. The tone musically of this for me feels uplifting and I like that…

    SWEET LORRAINE: A Quirky & Quaint but Loveable hit that you can find yourself singing along to whetever you are…

    THAT’S LIFE: Well the gals excellently crafted this one as we can all relate I’m sure with its lyrical aspects and the interweaving of vocals and instruments gives this a nice SMOOTH vibe with that hint of remincesent-ness about it…

    CLUB 27: WHOA !?…Only MLT could conjure up such a brilliantly creative aspect musically of the Club 27 thing…The music and lyrical references throughout this just intensifies this beyond … hope the 27 Gang approves !?…It rocks and rolls …

    In summary.. The whole album is complimentary in all of the song selections… songwriting…John Sebastian’s guest appearance and so forth. One can tell alot of Love …Hard Work…Creative Cultivation went into this and the result is a Harvest that is Musically Reaping Abundance !!!!

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Funkyfingers (verified owner)

    Absolutely Stunning Album, well worth the wait. I love every track

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Michael Parker (verified owner)

    I received this a couple of days before it’s release and having listened to it can only say – brilliant. I love the whole feel of it and your harmonies and songwriting are excellent, as always. Let’s hope that this album brings you the success that you deserve.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Claude Biarritz France (verified owner)

    The best album of 2017, in my opinion. They didn’t try to redo their first album, they explored new sounds and produced an LP that took everyone by surprise. My favorite cuts are Count on Me, Close to You, No More Worries Company, and of course Club 27.
    A GREAT ALBUM!

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mark Miller (verified owner)

    Very refreshing. Music with a melody. Rare these days. Love it.

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    Tom Holmes (verified owner)

    I Discovered the Twins about a month ago on You Tube, have been hooked ever since. I ordered the CD last night and received the free download, the songs are very impressive & delightful to hear. I am 61 and this is great music, I compare it to what I grew up listening to. Can’t wait for the CD to arrive so I can listen to it on my home stereo, the Twins nailed this one, thanks so much Mona & Lisa.

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    David Martin (verified owner)

    I love all your music, most especially this album. But it’s you yourselves who give me endless joy and the window for me to feel more a part of your wonderful selves is through your fabulous videos. You’ve done it again with your superb Waiting For The Waiter video.

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    cdeguia (verified owner)

    Tell me about the first time you were moved by music. I’ll tell you about my first time. It was when I discovered my parent’s vinyls and their old stereo phonograph. Music by The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Simon and Garfunkel, The Everly Brothers, Frank Sinatra …the list and hits goes on.

    Now, tell me about the LAST time you were moved by music. I can tell you about the last time I was moved by music. A year ago, I watched The Mona Lisa Twins version of “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”. That video left me wanting more. I binge watched ALL of their videos and purchased every track they had. Their latest release, ORANGE, brought me back to that time I discovered those vinyls and watched that video. The melodies and lyrics brought those same feelings back. It’s that good.

    There were sultry bluesy moments followed up by psychadelic haze and then I’m suddenly transported to a dive bar with John Sebastian on blues harp (I want to say it, “harmonica”, there I said it). The various genres they explored kept me hooked from the first note to the last.

    The only sad thing about this album is the fact that it must end. That’s okay, just play your CD in repeat mode and you’re set. “Nothing ever lasts forever, my oh my”.

  • Rated 5 out of 5

    saba.arif (verified owner)

    Words fail me at this point, and though I could pick them out from a thesaurus, I couldn’t even begin to describe just how wonderful I think ‘ORANGE’ is. So I’ll keep the hyperbole to a minimum and give a track by track review of what I think is a groundbreaking masterpiece that certainly ranks right up there with ‘Village Green Preservation Society’, ‘Rubber Soul’ and ‘Pet Sounds’.

    1. The Future: A sound collage that sets the mood in just the right way, The Future is a short, yet intriguing sign of things to come.

    2. No More Worries Company: Seamlessly combining the sound of quintessential ’60s pop with the roaring twenties, No More Worries Company is a cheeky reminder that the MonaLisa Twins are an uproarious bunch with a sense of humour that is as endearing as it is clever. The instrumentation on this song is an absolute hoot! This deserves to be a HUGE hit!

    3. Once Upon A Time: Clearly paying homage to their (and our) heroes, Once Upon A Time, with its Byrds-inspired guitar and nostalgic hippie lyrics is one of those tracks that makes you proud to be a fan of Rock n’ Roll. Dripping with allusions to other classic rock songs, this one is a classic all of its own.

    4. Close To You: The MonaLisa Twins have absolutely nailed the ’60s aesthetic while updating it to sound relevant, fresh, and inventive. This obviously isn’t news to anybody who has ever heard their music, but Close To You is probably their finest take on romance and heartbreak distilled through the sound of The Beatles, The Left Banke, and The Zombies. Of course, they merge those elements to deliver their own signature sound. If there’s any justice in this world, this song will get a ton of airplay!

    5. It’s Alright: This is such a delightful song with signature MLT harmonies, a fantastic British sound, and sunny lyrics that perfectly capture the spirit and joyousness of timeless pop. The MonaLisa Twins are undoubtedly the finest ambassadors of pop music that we have around and It’s Alright is a great example of their mastery.

    6. Waiting For The Waiter: This one is an instant classic! I’ve been addicted to ‘Waiting For The Waiter’ for nearly a month now and right from the remarkable dobro and slide guitar to John Sebastian’s astounding blues harp, and lyrics dripping with imagery, this song just goes to show the leaps and bounds that the twins have taken in terms of songwriting since ‘When We’re Together’.

    7. In It For Love: Where has this song been all my life? It’s definitely my new motto! I suppose it perfectly describes the twins and their worldview, but it’s so universal with blissfully optimistic lyrics and melodic guitar work, not to mention the twins’ breathtaking voices, that it not only transcends its genre but also rises to the top of it.

    8. Count On Me: The poignant lyrics and beautiful vocals on ‘Count On Me’ almost had me in tears. Lisa’s vocal delivery is heartrending, and Mona’s harmonies hit you right in the feels. The stripped down production and guitar may seem deceptively simple but they’re as effective as it gets. If I ever had to play a song by MLT to someone who isn’t as much of a sixties fan as I am, it’s this one. I’m sure ‘Count On Me’ will continue to be a song that I can always count on in times of joy and sadness.

    9. Sweet Lorraine: With its clever wordplay, storybook imagery, and Zombies-inspired melodies, Sweet Lorraine, akin to ‘A Rose For Emily’ or ‘Another Day’, gets into the skin of the character and makes you feel like you’ve known her all along. Mona’s vocals are so effective and compelling! I absolutely LOVE the lyrics on this one.

    10. That’s Life: I’ve loved this song ever since I first became a fan of the twins and it’s a brilliantly crafted track that’s brimming with wisdom, humour and infectious hooks. It’s precisely the kind of song that ‘starts with a smile that won’t wipe off your face no matter how hard you try’.

    11. Club 27: This track is smoking! Like so many others, I have always been fascinated by the ’27 Club’, but I positively could never write a song this good about it! Lisa’s blistering Hendrix-inspired guitar work is a highlight of this album, and I’d kill to see them perform this one live.

    12. Still A Friend Of Mine: It’s astonishing just how beautiful this track is. It almost had me in tears and wanting more! The lyrics are both personal and universal, and address the global situation in the most succinct manner. Like all brilliantly written songs, however, it can be interpreted any way you choose. I know I’ll still be listening to this fifty years from now!

    To cap it all off, If ‘When We’re Together’ was The MonaLisa Twins’ ‘Please Please Me’, ‘ORANGE’ is their ‘Revolver’. The growth in songwriting, production, and performance is absolutely staggering. This is a gem of an album that rarely comes along and deserves to be treasured by every music fan.

    Thank you for the music, Mona and Lisa. I’m a fan for life!

  • Rated 5 out of 5

    Anderson1 (verified owner)

    Fantastic album I would give it more than a five star rating Mona and Lisa have put a lot of thought into the album and postage using orange bubble envelopes so every thing matches. It is very kind of them to included a pen,two stickers and photo postcards the album was well worth the money and the wait.

  • Rated 5 out of 5

    Ed Brown (verified owner)

    Orange is a complete Masterpiece! Mona and Lisa have jumped straight from their “Please Please me” debut to “Revolver” with this album! Every song is a hit with the care and effort which was taken showing through on every single cut with amazing results! So many different types of music are here ranging from burlesque to psychedelic rock to blues to folk with some Pepper/Penny Lane thrown in for good measure. To me “Still A Friend of Mine” is my favorite bringing a serious tear to my eye every time I listen. A fantastic experience all the way around and thank you ladies for all of the joy you have given us! It is worthy of at least six, seven or more stars! The last time I felt so good about listening to a new album was when I first heard “When We’re Together”

  • Rated 5 out of 5

    Jung Roe (verified owner)

    There have been a few defining musical moments in my life. When I first heard Pink Floyds “Wish you were here”, Supertramp “Even in the quietest moments”, Beatles 1962-1966 (The Red Album) and 1967-1970 (The Blue Album), and now the MonaLisa Twins Orange Album. This is truly good stuff, every single track, as each one is so intimate and personal. It’s like the very best of the last 55 years of rock music all came together in perfection and harmony. Mona and Lisa have truly created a masterpiece of an album, and to think all this great music was whirling around in their heads for the last 2 years. I still have goosebumps from Tracks 8 and 12 among others, and I know I’m going to enjoy listening to this album for many years to come. The world really needs to hear this album!

  • Rated 5 out of 5

    tomasfc (verified owner)

    The Mona Lisa Twins knock it out of the park with ORANGE. They take a variety of styles and play with them with dexterity, ease and a confidence seen only in history’s talented best. The Mona Lisa Twins present themselves lightly with lots of humor, but their lyrics are intelligent, deep and conscious like we haven’t seen since the 60’s. While their sound is reminiscent of the 60’s and 70’s, it still sounds new and fresh.

    The harmonies in ORANGE are among the best ever recorded, with the guitars keeping up with the pace. Orchestrations are simple yet to the point, without ever overdoing it. It’s clear talent overflows in every direction.

    ORANGE is a collection of diamonds, where Still A Friend of Mine, Count On Me and Once Upon a Time shine a slightly above the rest, if that’s at all possible.

  • Rated 5 out of 5

    Richard McGlenn (verified owner)

    What are the chances of falling in love with an artist’s music all over again? Well it’s happened to me for probably the first time in my life and that spans 50+ years. The MonaLisa Twins have grown so much both musically and production wise since their debut album When We’re Together is plainly obvious with ORANGE. All their songs have such carefully crafted lyrics and the broad use of instruments makes ORANGE an audio delight to the ears. Old fans won’t be disappointed by the evolution of their music and new fans will be introduced to a rare form of music today. Real instruments, real singers, real music that is a pleasure to listen to and has such great meaning and depth. These girls have grown into young adults with a keen sense of what the world needs to be a better place through their music. Love is all you need and staying groovy is something you can do no matter what your age is. The world needs this music that’s for sure.

  • Rated 5 out of 5

    Rick Ross (verified owner)

    ORANGE is an album that comes along once in a lifetime. Still A Friend Of Mine is the most BEAUTIFUL SONG I HAVE EVER HEARD. Another Golden Kayak Award is on the Horizion. This will be The MonaLisa Twins biggest hit.
    The entire album consists of 60’s folk style that has been missing for nearly 50 years. You can’t make this type of album up. It draws you in from the very first note and doesn’t let you go even after the album is over.
    Waiting For The Waiter is some serious Blues. The style you would find in New Orleans or Memphis.
    No More Worries Company is very close to a sassy upbeat tune that compels you to listen for more.
    The entire album is filled with cliches and references from songs and phrases from a time long forgotten.
    Rush put and get this FABULOUS ALBUM. THIS PROMISES TO BE THE MONALISA TWINS FINEST HOUR!.
    YOU STRUCK GOLD LADIES! WITH MAXWELL’S SILVER HAMMER

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