Emilie Mover | Good Shake, Nice Gloves (old version)

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Good Shake, Nice Gloves (old version)

by Emilie Mover

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Genre: Folk: Jazzy folk
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1. Shake Sugaree
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1:41 $0.99
2. Mountainside
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3. No Words
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4. Alex
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5. Saved in the Bathtub
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6. Every Song
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7. Ordinary Day
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3:23 $0.99
8. No Hill Too High
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Emilie Mover was conceived in Miami Beach, Florida at the Paradise Beach Hotel. She was born in Montreal on a snowy November evening. She grew up in Toronto and spent some time in New York City where she began singing jazz with her father, saxophonist Bob Mover. She later moved back to Toronto, where she began to play guitar and write songs soon after. She began playing them for an audience at age 20 at the Tranzac Club in Toronto and has been doing so ever since, recently having had the honor of opening for Richie Havens at Hugh's Room. Here are some of her songs, hope you enjoy them!


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Glory

Simple CAN Be Beautiful
I first heard "Ordinary Day" on a commercial for Bounce. I had to research to see who the artist was, as I was drawn to the voice and beautiful simplicity of the song. I love tracks 7 & 8! Her voice reminds me of Madeline Peyroux (sp?).

Valerie, South Florida

I love your style!
As Glory stated I to heard "Ordinary Day" on the TV commercial for Bounce and had to research the song, who is singing that song?
I found you! Thank you for following your dream and purpose for life.
Your music, especially #7 & 8 are refreshing and encouraging for today.
Keep writing and singing! I will be praying for your continued success.
God Bless You,
LadyValorie@aol.com
www.placeofpromise.com