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by Anjuli Dawn

hip, funky, folk. perfect for porch chilling, wine and cheese parties, riding on the subway, use your imagination...
Genre: Folk: Appalachian Folk
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1. Open Your Heart
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2. Sand
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3. Too Many Windows
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4. Don't Be Afraid
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5. Rise Up
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6. Why
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7. I'm a Guy
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8. Sweet Spot
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9. To the Seasons
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10. Two Cottages
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11. Yearn
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12. Give Me a Reason
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Good music for chillin'. This cd is a fund raiser to feed the hungry. $1.50 from every purchase goes to an organization that helps raise money to end world hunger. Thank you for participating!

CDBABY says, "Sometimes, the things that grab you most about an album don't register until the second, third or fourth listen. Sometimes, it's a sneaky kind of slow wonder that settles into your bones, that feeling of "something here is incredibly right." Anjuli Dawn and her disc, "Give" possess that kind of subtlety and care. While some may try to boil it down simply to the female folk rock genre, there is a distinctive, incessant and driving determination to her songs, a kind of resilient emotionality that quietly insists on being heard that gives her music an additional dimension of meaning and appeal. So, even though there is more than immediately meets the ear here, if female folk rock appeals to you in the slightest, this is an album to spend time with."


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Tamara Turner, CD Baby


Sometimes, the things that grab you most about an album don't register until the second, third or fourth listen. Sometimes, it"s a sneaky kind of slow wonder that settles into your bones, that feeling of "something here is incredibly right." Anjuli Dawn and her disc, "Give" possess that kind of subtlety and care. While some may try to boil it down simply to the female folk rock genre, there is a distinctive, incessant and driving determination to her songs, a kind of resilient emotionality that quietly insists on being heard that gives her music an additional dimension of meaning and appeal. So, even though there is more than immediately meets the ear here, if female folk rock appeals to you in the slightest, this is an album to spend time with.

Phillip Moore

Anjuli's best work ever, echos of Joni Mitchell for a new generation
There's a synergy that occurs for an artist when everything just clicks and Anjuli Dawn's new CD: give, CLICKS, big time. For me it was her track, why, which explores the territory of darkness and doubt with an intensity and insight that would make Deepak Chopra proud. The song explores the things that work and the things that don't and it all comes back to taking responsibility for co-creating lives of meaning. The energy, arrangement, the mandolin, the bass, the vocals launch this song into an orbit that touches the genius of artists like Joni Mitchell and Rickie Lee Jones.

Jack Edwards

Outstanding production! Haunting Lyrics!
Catchy compositions. I have listened to a number of these songs over and over. They definitely have "hooks" where you hear them again in the middle of the night. High quality music. Thanks !!

Vera Junge

Anjuli is outstanding!
Anjuli is a superb artist. Her guitar skills are undeniable, and she supplements most tracks with additional genius on mandolin, bazouki,and djembe! On "Give", she includes guest performances by many other talented musicians, but the highlights are her exceptionally crafted lyrics and harmonies, and her instrumental expertise.

Chris

Nothing Shy of Excellent
"Give" finds A.J. Dawn exploring deeper musical textures than I've heard on previous albums (which, by all means are excellent and deserve to be in your collection). Her guitar/bouzouki/mandolin and vocal work are at their prime here, and her songwriting skills are impeccable. Josh G. returns from "Reason" to add some creative upright bass lines, and a host of other highly talented musicians join AJD in producing a sound that is earthy and organic. A great mix of folky music with a lot of odd-timing and Mid-Eastern modal stuff going on.

Nick The Quick

Good
Good folk Music right here. The only reason I don't give it 5 stars is because the songs sound all to similar.