Clark, Rick
June 2005
Mix;Jun2005, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p138
The article presents information about an album produced by Roger Moutenot and Joe Pisapia. The album was the masterpiece of a sisters duo, called the Pierces. The article reports that as a guitarist, Pisapia is one of the most distinctive players and as a songwriter, he delivers powerful Anglopop rockers. The article also presents other information about producer Roger, his music collections, and others.


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