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Julia Poorman

by Julia Poorman

An eclectic mix of pop, folk, and soulfulness. The album beautifully captures the excitement, fun, and heartache of youth. Filled with heartfelt lyrics, haunting arrangements, catchy hooks, and songs you'll love to sing to!
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Feeling Of Love
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2. La Da Da
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3. Too Soon
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4. Won't Forget
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5. The Cloud Song
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6. Who Told You
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Album Notes
This album is a product of several years of love, learning, heartbreak, and grief. The lyrics describe honest experiences, from the dawning of new love to the tragic, sudden loss of a dear friend. Several songs have been shaped with the help of singer/songwriter John Schmitt, who helped Julia, previously of the pop vocal duo, Jules and Gabriella, record two of the songs, "Won't Forget" and "Who Told You" as demos and produce their album "Forever More" in 2009. Since then, Julia's music has continued to mature, both lyrically and in melodic and rhythmic complexity. In early 2011, award-winning songwriter and producer Caleb Hawley collaborated with Julia to give the acoustic folk music a more pop vibe. The music was recorded in short bursts over the summer during the break between Julia's junior and senior year in high school. "La Da Da" was written late in April of that year and was added late in the process. A feast of styles is showcased on the CD, reflecting Julia's own eclectic taste in music and the wide range of genres in which she feels comfortable writing. From the electric pop of "Feeling of Love" through the 50s feel of "The Cloud Song" to the fresh sassiness of "Who Told You," Julia's lyrics and melodies are original, fresh, fun, and yet sophisticated at the same time. Julia feels songs should reflect honest emotions and experiences, along with being catchy and magnetic, and this is what she's tried most to achieve in this first of what she hopes will be many albums to come.



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