Emily Wood | Coming from the Dark

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Coming from the Dark

by Emily Wood

An interesting blend of folk and rock stylings with realistic and sincere lyrics.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. All in it's Own Time
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2. Goodnight
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3. Coming from the Dark
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4. In
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5. I Just Do
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6. Take Me With You
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7. Night After Night
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8. In Your Hands
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9. Let Me
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10. Remember the River
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Album Notes
A coal miner's daughter. No really, I wouldn't lie about it-and, while we're on the subject, lets be sure to remember that the reality of being a coal miner's daughter is pretty much only single thing that might be considered any type of a connection or likeness to that of Loretta Lynn herself.

Emily was born and raised in southwestern Indiana eating homegrown vegetables and playing endless hours of basketball just like everyone in Indiana is required to do by state law. After her WNBA dreams were crushed when cut from the basketball team in seventh grade, Emily pulled herself up from despondency and found comfort in music.

Releasing her first album "Coming from the Dark" in 2000, Emily continues to write and perform original music. Working on her second album, she hopes to continue to pull in audiences with her sparkling personality and sharp wit.

Working with Emily on the album is her percussionist Paul McDonald who always adds a wonderful edge and presence to her music. Nothing compares to Emily's live performances, but this CD is the next best thing.


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Robyn Warner

Sessions from her couch
I remember listening to Emily play 'I just do' in her house at BSU. She was amazing. She was also one of the coolest people I have ever met, and still is. I am so pumped to have this CD and be able to listen to her songs. It brings back a lot of good memories. She is awesome. I hope she puts out another CD soon.

Sarah Joy

So glad to finally own this!
a couple years ago, a woman i was dating put a couple songs from this album on a mix tape for me. she broke up with me shortly thereafter, and i've been hunting for this woman's music ever since. now that i have the whole the album, i'm thrilled and just can't wait for more!

Her big brother

Not enough stars
Well it's my sister and she rocks...enough said...her voice says more than my words ever could...


Can't turn it off!!
This is an awesome CD! I havn't taken it out of the CD player since the day i got it in the mail!! Emily you rock babe!!!

Melanie Wainstay

I bought this album from a live performance in Indy and one of my friends "borrowed" it from me. I am so glad to have found it again on CD baby! She's an absolute doll in person and what a great performer! Can't wait for more!

Dana Stohlbroch

Can I get a Witness??
There are some things that money can't buy. This happens to be an exception. So BUY IT! It's a little folky wonder. Can I get a witness?

Sarah Amani

In my CD player all the time!!
Such a great little album to jam to. When I put it in my discman, it stays for really long periods of time!!

Cathy Hamaker

Excellent first album, check it out.
Emily Wood, the best new artist since the Del-Vikings!

Emily Wood, both realistic and sincere!

Emily Wood, Indiana’s Own Answer to Dolly Parton!

Seriously, now. Emily’s music is great--the lyrics are poetic, and they’re sentimental without getting sappy. The fast tunes are catchy, the slow ones can be tearjerkers.... I’m with her anonymous biographer, her live performaces are great but this album is the next best thing. Give her a try.