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A Quiet Thing

Label: Mad-Kat
Released: 2013
Track listing: Alfie; Pick Yourself Up; Sea Journey; Spring Can Really Hang You Up; A Face Like Yours; I Remember; The Band And The Beautiful; All Of Us In It; I Never Meant To Hurt You; You Are All I Need; It's A Quiet Thing; I Think It's Going To Rain Today; With One More Look At You.

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Madeline Eastman + Randy Porter: A Quiet Thing

Read "A Quiet Thing" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello

Recently one of the sports channels delivered a segment about a deep sea diver who plummets into and ascends from ocean depths unaided by air tanks. He does it all on his own breath. In that documentary, the diver speaks about the peak life experience he encounters with each daredevil dive. The metaphors of adventure, heightened ...

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Madeline Eastman + Randy Porter: A Quiet Thing

Read "A Quiet Thing" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

When Bay Area vocalist Madeline Eastman released Bare: A Collection Of Ballads (Mad-Kat, 2001), it was a bit of a departure from her previous recorded work. By that point, she was a decade into a critically acclaimed recording career and she had established herself as an adventurous, risk-taking, creative artist with albums like Point Of Departure ...

A Quiet Thing

Label: Laughing Horse Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: My One And Only Love; Succotash; You Go To My Head; You're All I Need To Get By; Lush Life; Kol Nidre; Ol' Man River; Dream Haikul She Is Standing; El Silencio; Walk In Beauty; A Quiet Thing.

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Lisa Sokolov: A Quiet Thing

Read "A Quiet Thing" reviewed by Donald Elfman

No song is a simple thing in Lisa Sokolov's hands, for she delves into the magical possibilities of the voice and the beauty and mystery of words. Her third album, A Quiet Thing, extends the power of her earlier recordings, continuing her progression towards the majestic and ecstatic “silence" of the universe. She bills her new ...

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Lisa Sokolov: A Quiet Thing

Read "A Quiet Thing" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Singer Lisa Sokolov knows how to make songs her own. Master vocalist, renowned improviser, music therapist, and lay cantor, New York-based Sokolov reaches into the inner, quiet soul of the 12 songs, standards, and even the Jewish liturgy and a modern poem on A Quiet Thing. She rediscovers songs that become an important part of our ...


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