Kimberly Freeman | Sleep

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Sleep

by Kimberly Freeman

Every song is a dreamy eulogy in this new sleep-scape masterpiece. Kimberly, more known for her rock and roll band, One-Eyed Doll, bares her darker, sadder solo side as she walks you through a pure and honest approach to grieving.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Sleep
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2. Stubborn Salty Tears
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3. Learn To Fly
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4. Kill Me Please
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5. Believe in Me
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6. Lullaby
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7. Forgotten Boy
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8. Jeremie
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9. Overdose
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10. Out To Play
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11. Alexia
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Every song is a dreamy eulogy in this new sleep-scape masterpiece. Kimberly Freeman, more known for her rock and roll band, One-Eyed Doll, sets aside the electric guitar and bares her darker, sadder solo side as she walks you through a pure and honest approach to grieving.

From the orchestral, "Sleep", to the slide guitar, banjo and mandolin-ridden, "Kill Me Please", to the Flamenco-flavored, "Learn to Fly", to the bare-bones guitar and vocal, "Jeremie", this album paints a beautifully textured, haunting picture of Kimberly mysterious past.

Fans of folk, goth, classical, choral and more will cherish every song on this well-rounded, delicate and soulful work of art.

Produced by Jason Rufuss Sewell in Bastrop, Texas and released May 9, 2009 independently by Kimberly Freeman Productions.


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