Elayne Terranova | Elayne Terranova

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Elayne Terranova

by Elayne Terranova

A blend of pop, jazz, and R&B with smooth vocal harmonies.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Straight Back Into Yesterday
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2. Back On My Feet Again
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3. Save Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Elayne is a seasoned songwriter whose songs embrace several styles. Her piano and guitar based melodies lend themselves to expressive vocal interpretations and her productions include harmonies that showcase her pop sensibilities.
Her musical career has taken her from the east coast to the west and her songs have been featured on television and the radio. If you are a fan of new music that will stick with you check out this artist's evocative CD.


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Joe Terlizzi

Undiscovered Songwriter and Singer
No, it's not Laura Nyro you are listening to. But Elayne evokes her good time harmonies and musicianship. Straight Back Into Yesterday should be a hit. The production is impeccable, her voice is pleasing and the harmonies are very creative. The other two songs on this CD are more laid back but multiple listings reveal interesting chord progressions and licks. It's almost like a mellow Steeley Dan with a female lead. More, we need more, and how about a picture?