Leah Orlikowski | Decide and Conquer

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Decide and Conquer

by Leah Orlikowski

Second independent Album. Smooth tunes driven by her rhythmic guitar playing. Songs are inspired by her day to day life and give an inside look into her passions. A sweet voice that can melt the most hardened hearts.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Decide and Conquer Leah Orlikowski
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2. The Dance of Life Leah Orlikowski
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3:17 $0.99
3. The Cards I was Dealt Leah Orlikowski
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4. Tiger Leah Orlikowski
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5. More Than Meets The Eye Leah Orlikowski
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6. Happy Sunshine Office Party Leah Orlikowski
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7. The Ballad of Spider John Leah Orlikowski
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8. Circus Leah Orlikowski
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9. Untitled Song Leah Orlikowski
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10. Itch on The Bitch Leah Orlikowski
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11. Bonus Track
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If one were to describe Leah Orlikowski's voice they would say she has an "organic" but diverse sound with bluesy intentions, Strength with a touch of tenderness, clarity with a bit of smoke, and a range that will give you goose bumps. Her guitar work is street smart and allows space for the conversation between her vocals and the instrument.
Leah's songwriting reaches in to the dark and light of the "Human Condition" and challenges one to question and embrace each. Her lyrical compositions paint colorful images taking you right to the core of what she conveys without the need for literalism.


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