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Macy Gray: The Trouble With Being Myself

Dan Gennoe,, April 2003

BILLIE HOLIDAY on helium croak and scary hair aside, Macy Gray's greatest attribute is her lyrical persona as a kooky psycho screwball with a heart of gold. When it comes to love, loss and the twin pleasures of sex and revenge, being ever so slightly nuts, and nice with it, allows her to say what most confine to the inside of their heads, without fear of judgment or recriminations.

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