Abigail Palmer | Sow Hope

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Sow Hope

by Abigail Palmer

An eclectic array of instruments on original and creative songs. The main instrument that is used is the electric or acoustic harp, along with this is guitar, drum set, piano, djembe, saxophone, bass, and rap vocals. The lyrics sung are about life.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Sow Hope
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2. Seventh Heaven
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3. Stage
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4. Sizzle Simmer
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5. So Tell Me a Joke
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6. Sweet Strawberry
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7. Stone Muse
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8. Sigh
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9. S'improvisation
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10. Starting Over
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11. Sleep I Do Not
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12. Shifting Sands
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13. Sink Into the Wind
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Album Notes
Abigail's music is very eclectic, creative, and original. She has shades of jazz and celtic style in her music, but she primarily sticks to a progressive feel, seen in her lyrics as well. Abigail also utilizes the beauty of improvisation, and often uses this both in performance and on her album. Abigail's primary instrument is acoustic and electric harp, but she also plays djembe, piano, various percussion instruments, guitar, and sings. On her album she is accompanied by drum set, guitar, saxophone, bass, and rapper vocals. There is a variety of songs and instrumental tracks with no vocals. But every track on the album has different instrumentation and a different feel from the last!
The lyrics of Abigail's songs are meant to be inspiring to the listener. Included in the album is a small memo to the listener, saying how she is a Music Therapist and most of the lyrics on her album are based from experiences she had working as a Music Therapist in a Hospice setting. This was a very poignant time in Abigail's life, and she chooses to express this in her music. Abigail's message in her lyrics is mostly to embrace life and live it in positivity.


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