Leah Druzinsky | How It's Gonna Be

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How It's Gonna Be

by Leah Druzinsky

This soulful vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter fashions her stories from familiar themes, like unrequited love, and new found romance, but interprets said themes with a unique flourish and a stellar range. -Lisa Torem
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. How It's Gonna Be
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2. 32 Degrees (Below Me)
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3. Early Morning
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4. Sir Lancelot
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5. My Love, My Love Is Black
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6. First Love of a Fatherless Child
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7. So You Work
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8. Loud Enough (To Make It Ring)
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Album Notes
This album is the most incredible undertaking of my life. Yes, I wrote all of the songs, but I merely created a framework for what you hear. There were so many incredible people and artists that were crucial to the making of this project. I couldn't have done it without them. To name just a few: The album was produced by Craig Williams of Dr. Caw Recordings. Brilliant artists include: Alan Berliant, Jim Widlowski, Brian Wilke, Nate Leichtman, Gregory Marsh, John Rice, Kirk Garrison, Tom Garling, Steve Eisen, and Nick O’Connor. The beautiful album artwork was crafted by Jaime Clark and the cover photo was taken by my best friend, Susie Helford. My friends and family, especially my sister, Rachael, and my mom and dad, have been so supportive throughout these first few years as an artist and I am so grateful to have them in my life. This album, or more specifically, my music is a way to express myself in the most personal way, I hope to relate to others in times of heartbreak, war, ecstasy, oblivion, and uncertainty. Enjoy and i hope to compose many more albums for us to share in the near future. Thanks, Leah Druzinsky


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