Grace Fae | From the Apple

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From the Apple

by Grace Fae

Grace's pure, heavenly vocals power bouncy jazz originals, backed by wild electric guitar, swelling keys and luscious operatic harmonies.
Genre: Jazz: Retro Swing
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1. Eve
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2. Bluebird
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3. Shadow
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4. Railroad
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5. Honeydew
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6. Revelation
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7. Hero
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8. Muscle Bound Jane
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9. Fly
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10. Fool for Your Love
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11. Bright New Day
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Album Notes
Grace Fae is an operatically-trained singer and songwriter, influenced by the joyous, jazzy swing of Gershwin and Cole Porter and following in the footsteps of Doris Day, Joni Mitchell, Ani DiFranco, Norah Jones, and Adele. Her original anthems to the beauty of nature and the Divine Feminine layer bouncy and intricate vocals, rippin' electric guitar, and swelling keys.

"We all come from the Apple, we all come from the Tree. To the Tree we shall return, welcomed back by Eve. . ."

"[Grace's] finely nuanced, dulcet voice comes through sweet and clear over multi-instrumental arrangements. The songs run a gamut of emotions ranging from the fun lilting of 'Fool For Your Love' to the poignant and spiritual 'Eve'. 'I'm not even sure what genre the album is,' she laughed." -Tom Durkin, Nevada City Advocate, June 2012.

Folk-blues-jazz-pop-swing! Making the world better with power ballads and sweet, silly dance tunes!!!


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