Christine Salazar | On To Something

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On To Something

by Christine Salazar

On To Something is a collection of songs written over the last 10 years, with themes ranging from the heartache of longing to the triumph of justified revenge. From acoustic folk-rock to piano ballad, to smoky jazz, there's a little bit of everything.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. No Time for Worrying
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2. Anyway
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3. Messed It Up
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4. Always With You
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5. My Friends
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6. At Peace
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7. On To Something
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8. Mirror World
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9. Find Me Now
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10. Stay With Me
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11. Tangled
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Christine's debut album "On To Something" released July 27, 2011.

Recorded at Rabbit Hole Recording Studios in Poulsbo, Washington, the 11-song album is a collection of songs written over the last 10 years. Featuring Keith Pasculli on bass, Jordan Cassidy on upright bass, Caitlin Olive on Violin, Lans DeMers on drums and percussion, Chris Anderson on guitar, Kevin Veatch on electric guitar, and James Trefethen on saxaphone, and Christine Salazar on vocals, piano, and guitar.


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