Claire Domingue | Someday You'll Know

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Someday You'll Know

by Claire Domingue

An 11 song CD of piano and guitar based songs with a folk rock feel and lyrics from personal experience.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Please Don't
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2. The Way
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3:34 $0.99
3. Open Up My Eyes
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3:02 $0.99
4. Lead Me On
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3:54 $0.99
5. Simple
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4:17 $0.99
6. Happy With Her
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2:41 $0.99
7. Without You
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3:51 $0.99
8. Only Way To Grow
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4:01 $0.99
9. Not Your Fault
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5:59 $0.99
10. Undefined
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11. Time
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Album Notes
Claire Domingue is a musician out of College Station with a penchant for using personal experience to fuel her writing. Her debut album is a blend of folk and rock, with some classical influence.


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M.L. Downey

"Someday You'll Know" tunes anchored by a voice that soars and whispers
The often-intensely personal lyrics by Claire Domingue, exemplified by tunes like the loping “Only Way to Grow” and the heartfelt “Not Your Fault,” don’t overwhelm as often happens with singer-songwriters. Domingue is more of a musician with a powerful voice that easily soars and whispers– she also plays piano, acoustic and electric guitar, and mandolin on this her first album. “The Way” is probably the best of the tunes, built on a catchy guitar and piano melody, helped along with a steady drumbeat and a nice fiddle by Derik Kendall. That fiddle figures in again (with a cello) on the stark “Without You.” The stately “Time” would fit well on the soundtrack for “Grey’s Anatomy” or “Bones.” Finally, there’s a nice kiss-off quality to the romping “Happy with Her” that dismisses a former beau with dispatch.