Blue Cinema | Stare

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Stare

by Blue Cinema

Close your eyes and hear sounds that mirror that of indie hero's Metric sultry rock, Sheryl Crow's penned sensibilities and the emotional musings of a say Paramore.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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2. Dinner's Late
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3. Gazing
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4. Ink
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"Refreshingly Honest Indie Pop Music" ....is the description that fits me best. Acoustically driven music that will make you think, reflect, and even smile. It is deep, yet fun and quirky at times. *Also check out her single FITTED SHEETS* http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/naomipsalmthebluecinema
"Stare is a lush, beautiful album, that showcases not only Naomi’s talent, but that of her band The Blue Cinema as well. With musical veterans Rob Hill (bass), Mike Tetro (drums) and Dan Costello (guitar) backing her up, the true range of Naomi’s voice is given energy and space to soar to new heights, tapping into a potential that seems deeper and more emotionally raw than on her previous three albums. From lashing barbs to soul-wrenching sighs, Naomi’s voice can stab your heart in one second, and soothe it better the next. One fan on Facebook recently described her style as “More Alanis Morissette than Sheryl Crow,” and I agree with that assessment! Naomi invites you into her world, equal parts strength and softness."
- Tanya Carnahan, Style Spy Girl (Feb 21, 2012)
Sit back with a nice glass of wine, or a strong cup of coffee, and give yourself time to think as you listen to these words that will take you on a journey. Enjoy! ~Naomi Psalm


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