Jodi Arlyn | Stars up on the Ceiling

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Stars up on the Ceiling

by Jodi Arlyn

The long-awaited debut album from NYC-based singer-songwriter Jodi Arlyn. A collection of sophisticated pop songs sure to resonate with listeners who appreciate lush melodies and memorable lyrical hooks...
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. Love Lover
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2. Needless to Say
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3. See Love
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4. Now
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5. Goodbye Seventh Avenue
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6. Only Tuesday
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7. Tonight
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8. Us Apart
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jodi Arlyn is a New York City-based singer/songwriter who believes in the power of a pop song. Her debut album, Stars up on the Ceiling, is a collection of adult-contemporary pop tunes whose elegant simplicity is sure to resonate with listeners who appreciate clever melodies and memorable lyrical hooks.

The 8-song album was produced by singer/songwriter Adrian Harpham, and features musicians John Deley (Dido, The Weepies) on keys, Robin Macatangay (Morley, Kelli Sae, Holly Palmer) on guitars, Jonathan Maron (Groove Collective, MeShell Ndegeocello) on bass, and Harpham (Amel Larrieux, Robin McKelle, Patti Rothberg) on drums.

Harpham’s lush, creative arrangements pay homage to the classic artistry of Bacharach & David, Brian Wilson, and “Tapestry”-era Carole King, and Arlyn’s voice has been favorably compared to singers Amy Grant, Diana Krall, Dusty Springfield, and Barbara Streisand. Singing about the familiar themes of love and loss, Arlyn’s warm sound is playful and comforting. She knows what you’re feeling – she’s been there too – and she encourages you to sing along.

A Massachusetts native, Arlyn has spent the last 17 years in New York City, performing her original material at venues such as NYC’s famed (and sadly, now defunct) CBGB’s, The Bitter End, and Cambridge, Massachusetts’ Lizard Lounge.

Arlyn says, “I enjoy listening to artists who amaze me with clever word-play. I love hearing a chord change that drips with emotion and angst and, for lack of a better explanation, feels like a punch in the stomach! As far as my songs go - well - although the subject matter often comes from personal experience, I like to think that I’m writing about things that everyone can relate to - unrequited love, anger, embarrassment, lust, happiness. My hope is that you’ll hear something that speaks to you and that maybe you’ll also ‘feel the punch’…”


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