Socorra | Little By Little

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Little By Little

by Socorra

A debut EP that flows through upbeat melodies with a flare of Motown and 60's rock. Rolling piano, deep bass, and simple guitar all come together in this mix of pop, folk and soul.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Tragedy
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2. Home
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3. Michael and Jane
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4. Spring
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5. Doctor
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6. Friends
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7. Down to Me
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8. Nine Hours to Nowhere
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is my debut EP. Seven of the eight songs were written while I was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Morocco. The second track, "Home" was written while I was a college student at the University of California, Merced. This EP was made possible by one of those L.A. chance type encounters. Of course this all took place in Morocco, but none-the-less, it felt like something out of a movie. Back in October of 2011 I had a small show at a popular cafe, Cafe Clock, in the city of Fez. At the show there were numerous tourists, Fulbright Students, Peace Corps Volunteers, Moroccans and the Director of the American Language Center (ALC). After that show, the ALC offered me the opportunity to play at an International Women's Day event in March 2012. I jumped at the opportunity to not only play another show, but to be part of such a great event and represent an American singer/songwriter. The Director of the ALC then brought the idea of recording a CD to benefit one of the projects their Community Service Club (CSC) was working with. CSC is working with a shelter for girls ages 8-18 years, in Fez. I again JUMPED at the chance to record a real CD. I brought in a fellow volunteer and through some sort of magic and help of Cafe Clock, found a sound engineer in Fez. Two months before my time in Morocco was over, I spent a week recording this EP. I am proud to say that a percentage of the proceeds will go to The Center for the Protection of Girls in Fez. The funds will help in purchasing much needs school supplies and assist in paying for teachers and trainers. This whole experience has been a dream come true and the best of both worlds. I had the chance to finally record a CD and at the same time help some people along the way.


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