Lisa Lee | Phoenix Rising

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Phoenix Rising

by Lisa Lee

Lisa's gentle folk style is infused with new thought lyrics, layers of meaning and back-to-nature ethics. Lisa's 3 octave range is pure and clear and "Salve to the Soul".
Genre: Easy Listening: Crooners/Vocals
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1. Woe, Woe
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4:19 $0.99
2. Secret Place
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5:41 $0.99
3. Train Tracks
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4:28 $0.99
4. Summer Sunset, Autumn Leaves
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5:00 $0.99
5. Independence Bridge
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3:53 $0.99
6. One Tiny Seed
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5:13 $0.99
7. Child of the Father
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8. Long Roads
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9. Phoenix Rising
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Lisa's gentle folk style is infused with new thought lyrics, layers of meaning and back to nature ethics. Lisa's sweeping 3 octave range is pure and clear and "Salve to the Soul". Her voice is a mixture of power and tenderness and leaves her listeners captivated and awed. She exhibits a "oneness" with the music she performs. Her unique originals, filled with beautiful metaphors to Mother Nature, are characterized by the earthiness of folk, the substance of new thought, and the empathy of hard-earned wisdom.

"My original compositions are like pictures in time.
Moments that trickle into memory and live there."

Lisa performs and composes with an Autoharp. She is self-taught so her technique is uniquely stylized. The mellow, full-bodied sounds of Lisa's voice blending with the 36 string Autoharp combine to create an intimate aura which soothes, uplifts and renews your spirit. Each composition gently offers a view into the hidden parts of ourselves. She borrows her imagery from the beauty that surrounds us and the similarities between us. Freedom of expression, permission for the process, and respect for Creation, including ourselves, motivates her music. Her music connects with people.

"People leave my performances soothed and relaxed. My intention is to open up your ears followed closely by your heart. I offer respite from the stresses we all experience. Music has power. I choose to sing songs that convey a message. Some purposefully contain more than one. Each listener will hear the message that is appropriate for them. I want at least one person in my audience to feel good about where they have been, where they are now, and the choices they have about where they might be going."


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Amy Dent Beebe, Web Diva

Lisa's voice has a quality that makes you want to listen to it over and over again. Combine that with her soothing songs and thoughtful lyrics and you'll have a CD you might just wear out!

Laura Handke Jones, Wishweavers

Astounding Voice, Music with Heart and Soul
This is a listen to over and over again album. Indeed, salve for the soul. Lisa's range and harmonies soar on this album. The songs are such I actually found myself singing One Tiny Seed after a night time dream in which Lisa was singing the song to me. In two words? Powerful stuff. In five words? You want to experience it.

ken lawrence

lovely voice lovely songs
after only 2 songs whow whow and summer sunset autom leives lisa lee's voice captured my heart. these blind ears have been searching for thing that radio doesn't give them any more and found it on june 2005.. I accidentally atributed one of the songs to someone else on an earlier review but lisa you are lovely and hope you put new songs out soon we could all use a little oops a lot more love in this world couldn't wee.

Michael Walls

If the Dixie Chicks are Big League, You Deserve to be Queen of the Billboard, no
I really liked Long Roads, Woe Woe, and Summer Sunset, Autumn Leaves. I relate to my favorite songs because deep inside they speak a language that I can't. That's why songs such as yours touch people like me.