Laura Duncan | Loud & Clear

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Loud & Clear

by Laura Duncan

Emotional Blues Rock with powerful fronted Female vocals and Guitar
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. The Game
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2. Less Earth More Rubber
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3. Where the Sad Sits
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4. Loud and Clear
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5. Kiss and a Push
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6. Box of Nails
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7. Little Drop of Tennessee
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8. Crazy
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9. Lullaby
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10. No Nada Mas
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Album Notes
About ‘Loud And Clear':
This album encompasses many of the trials of my life. My inspiration usually comes when I am on my way back up from a knockdown. Many of these songs were written after gaining perspective about a certain situation or emotion. They were created in a variety of places from a mothball, spider-infested cabin in North Carolina to an overcrowded 28-hour bus ride in Argentina. Several were written in closets.
There was no real plan in the writing of the tracks. I find the more I push for a certain kind of feeling or topic, the worse off I am. I am learning just to sit down and allow whatever is supposed to come out to guide me. I am inspired by so many different kinds of music that I can’t seem to keep within one genre for very long. I love variety. I don’t think I will ever write a song that is so similar to the next that the tracks can fade into each other. It is my goal as a songwriter for listeners to bring their own experiences to the music and to take their own interpretations away.
I hope you enjoy the music as much as I did creating it.


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