Brenda Gill | Feathers and Bones

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Feathers and Bones

by Brenda Gill

Somewhat quirky, fun, easy listening stuff.
Genre: Easy Listening: Ballads
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1. Paper Dolls
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2. Time Stands Still
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3. Plastic Spoons
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4. River
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5. Ectoplasm
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6. Sleepyheads
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7. Butterfly
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8. Mushy Mushy
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9. Embers
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10. Supernatural Heart
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11. Fairy Tale
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12. We All Are One
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Brenda Gill, Singer-Songwriter Artist Philosopher. Some fun stuff on this CD to lighten your mood.


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Meaningful Lyrics and Nice Arrangements
"Feathers and Bones" by Brenda Gill is a smooth easy listening CD with a curiosity and quirkiness to it. At the forefront is Brenda's voice, which is honest and has a childlike quality to it. Behind her are beautiful piano progressions, strings and airy synths. Her lyrics are philosophical, creative and will certainly entertain your mind. Highlights are "Ectoplasm" with it's spacey lyrics and a vocal performance that is unique in it's own right. "Butterfly" has blues influences with friendly piano work."We All Are One" wraps things up with a dramatic string section and a positive message. If you like Kate Bush, give this CD a try.