Lynn Blakey | Meadowview

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Meadowview

by Lynn Blakey

Swirling melodic breeze recorded on a Spring day on my porch by Jerry Kee. Guitar, violin, vocals (and some flora and fauna) come together to make a home for a few songs looking for a place to roost, in the sun and shade of soulful harmonys.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Immigrant Heart
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2. Bloom
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4:19 $0.99
3. River
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4. Alone in a Crowd
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5. Easy to LOve
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Of all the accomplished musicians who have sprung from the Triangle's indie and roots communities in the past couple of decades, the best pure singer among them may well be Lynn Blakey. With a pedigree that stretches back to the Athens, Ga., 1980s heyday and with close ties to N.C. studio pioneers Mitch Easter and Chris Stamey, Blakey has made some great recordings over the years with bands such as The Glory Fountain and Tres Chicas. The new five-song EP, Meadowview, is, surprisingly, her first release under her own name; it features fetching violin and vocal accents by her husband, German expat Ecki Heins. He's undoubtedly the subject of the leadoff track, "Immigrant Heart"; there's also a fresh take on "Bloom," one of the Chicas' finest tunes. —Peter Blackstock "Independent Weekly", "No Depression"


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