Cindy Bullens | Neverland

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Neverland

by Cindy Bullens

Female fronted original Americana/Rock from this two-time Grammy nominee
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Neverland
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2. Long Way Down (I Liked Falling)
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4:48 album only
3. Cry To You
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4:51 album only
4. Hammer & Nails
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4:54 album only
5. The Right Kind of Goodbye
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3:59 album only
6. Send Me An Angel
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4:35 album only
7. Drivin' My Heart Around
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8. Baby I Want Your Love
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4:34 album only
9. Gravity and Grace
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10. Sensible Shoes
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11. One Single Moment
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Cindy Bullens is a two-time Grammy nominee whose 25-year career in the music business has included working with Elton John, Bonnie Raitt, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Lucinda Williams, Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart and many others. She sang three lead vocals on the "Grease" movie soundtrack and has recorded several of her own critically acclaimed albums, including her first, 1979's "Desire Wire," which catapulted Cindy into the international spotlight. Cindy took time off to raise her children and write for other artists until, in 1996, Cindy lost her 11 year-old daughter Jessie to cancer. That tragedy inspired Cindy to write and record her widely acclaimed 1999 CD "Somewhere Between Heaven and Earth", featuring appearances by Bonnie Raitt, Lucinda Williams, Bryan Adams, Beth Neilson Chapman, Rodney Crowell, and a haunting duet with her elder daughter, Reid. Since its release, Cindy has received worldwide attention from press, radio, and television, including NBC's Today Show, CBS This Morning, Conan O'Brien Late Night, The New York Times, People Magazine, Rolling Stone and many more. The CD also received the Best Rock Album award in 2000 by the AFIM Independent Music Association. Cindy took a break from touring to record her most recent CD, "Neverland," co-produced by Cindy and Steve Earle's Twang Trust partner, Ray Kennedy. Once again, Cindy's friends make appearances on backing vocalsóthis time featuring Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle and John Hiatt. Cindy's songs and spirit have been compared to Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and Bonnie Raitt: whether she is on stage with her full band or playing solo, she commands the audience with her strong physical energy and the stark truth of her songs. The songs on "Neverland" bring Cindy back to the bare-bones fun of her rock 'n roll roots while continuing to explore the depth of emotion she has found in her life experiences. "Neverland" garnered her several spots on various Top Ten CDs lists after its release in the USA, including The Washington Post. The "Neverland" CD was released in Europe in July 2003. Cindy currently is back on the road, touring all over Europe and the US, with plans to perform in Australia in April 2004. At the same time, she is writing songs and planning to record her next album in the spring of 2004.
www,cindybullens.com


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sue

Awesome
Highly recommend this CD as well as the new one. Great tune with Delbert

Michael Vasali

Two Thumbs Up
Great songs, great singing.

ken lawrence

redemption freedom from the longing
On november 12 2001 in the usa today, kelly carter wrote an article about grief and how we deal with it in the aftermath of 9/11 and in the first paragraph, she quotes the first line of the song the right kind of good-bye. this writer knew cindy from the 1970s but didn't know she was making music till that day. it's so wonderful that my regular sessions on the national federation of the blind newsline have led me to the internet to find this wonderful music by my first crush in rock. this is beautiful stuf and it's freedom from all the pain and longing in ones life and redemption and things we all feel or have felt in our lives. in an e-mail to cindy this year, I found that her daughter and my mother both left this life on the same date. we are both always clinging to the wonderful memories and to the things we learned, and like cindy, i never got the chance to say the right kind of good-bye to my mother, and wish she could see the national federation of the blind and me right now on the computer writing this. well i think we both know that cindy's daughter jessy, and my mother ar together watching over both of us. that is the hope in this cd.

Charlie

Excellent! A really solid album
Great songwriting, playing and arrangements. Music business executives rarely allow music like this on the air and it's a crime.

Mike Lavender

CD was really heartfelt and soulful
I haven't heard Cindy Bullens since she appeared on the Light of Day cd I bought in Asbury Park, NJ. After hearing that, I ordered her cd, Neverland, and really enjoyed it. It was extremely moving, as many of the songs dealt with the death of her child. Her storytelling was very good on this cd, and the folk rock style lent itself to that. Overall I would definately reccomend it.