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August 20, 2008 Singer-songwriter Sydney Wayser wears her heart on her sleeve. It's a risky move for any musician who wants to be taken seriously, particularly for one like Wayser, whose song stylings are a bit theatrical to begin with. But on her debut collection of piano-driven siren songs, Wayser manages to tread the line between mawkish melodrama and heartfelt elegance with few stumbles.
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