Kimo | Those Crazy Fallin' Down Things

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Those Crazy Fallin' Down Things

by Kimo

Intelligent and heartfelt lyrics, acoustic grooves with an ethereal quality that is both captivating and genuine.
Genre: Folk: like Ani
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1. Somewhere in June
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2. Riding on Her Wings
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3. Cross My Heart
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4. Eggshells
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5. I Am Not Crazy
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6. Speak to Me
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7. Excuse Me
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8. Mountains and Flies
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9. Foxholes
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10. Gravensteins
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11. Baby it's Me
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12. Just Once More
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From Albuquerque, NM USA

Hailing from Texas originally, KIMO comes from a talented musical family. Her background provided the opportunity to become a skilled and versatile musician at an early age. She brings her talent and drive to every performance.

Intelligent and heartfelt lyrics imbue her acoustic grooves with an ethereal quality that is both captivating and genuine. Her humorous and down-home rapport with audiences insures her growing appeal. With her debut release "Those Crazy Fallin' Down Things" she aspires to create music that will be a necessary component of everyone's CD collection.

KIMO has been playing professionally in Albuquerque, New Mexico for six years, honing her skills. She has received considerable attention and recognition in the local music community, including the award of "Best Female Vocalist" in 1999 by The Weekly Alibi, Albuquerque's largest alternative publication. Her local popularity and her reliable and professional approach to business has provided her with ample exposure. She has opened for several national acts performing in Albuquerque, including Disappear Fear, Laurie Carson and Roger Manning.

Her music, personality and professionalism guarantee an enjoyable and entertaining performance every time.


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A Boy Named Seo

crisp, acoustic/folk music, dynamic vocalist
After hearing "Riding on Her Wings", a slick, beautifully produced track (by Stacy Parrish) on the SocyerMom Compilation, I bought "Those Crazy Fallin' Down Things". "Riding on Her Wings" was an accurate trailer for the entire album - a gifted guitar player, a poetic lyricist, and a dynamic vocalist. There is definitely a contrast in the production styles from the Water Studios-produced "Riding on Her Wings" and the rest of the album's tracks, which were all recorded and produced between By Hand and Knee Deep in Albuquerque, but the contrast is not a degradation in quality, in fact the remaining tracks all have a very intimate, organic, stripped-down mix.

"Cross My Heart" is another very strong track, with Kimo adding lush harmonies to her own vocal line, but the accompanying violin (bright sounding, yet soft in volume) wandered through the melodies and really tied the whole song together.

Also an interesting listen is "Gravensteins", a musical interpretation of an E.E. Cummings poem.

Heartfelt, skillfully crafted acoustic music from Albuquerque. What more do you want? Two enthusiastic thumbs up.

Yadayada

this was an interesting listen.
the cd had quite a few different styles within. the production is excellent. hope to hear more from this artist!