Rosemary Schonfeld | Away from Here

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Away from Here

by Rosemary Schonfeld

"A truly unique sound" Making Music Magazine. " "A little bit jazzy, a bit bluesy - strong warm voice" Folk Roots Magazine An electro-acoustic blend of folk-rock-blues-country. All original songs.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Away from Here
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2. I Didn't Tell Her
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3. Nights Without Armour
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4. Believe in Yourself
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5. Loving You
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6. My Lover's Eyes
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7. Let Me Be Your Guru
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8. Gave It Away
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9. Woman At the Crossroads
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10. Why Did I Let
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Album Notes
" Huskily, soulful voice" Event Magazine South West

"A little bit jazzy, a bit bluesy - strong warm voice" Folk Roots Magazine

"A truly unique sound" Making Music Magazine

Rosemary Schonfeld, co-founder of the women's band Ova, performs her own material for this firs solo album. Co-produced by blues master and composer Chris Gibbons (who also plays bass and keyboards), this album sometimes utilises a tongue in cheek approach to the usual emotional mill, as in the song "Why Did I Let.". The title song "Away From Here" reflects a longing for the excitement of travelling. "Let Me Be Your Guru" is a light-hearted critique of New Age egomaniacs. "Woman at the Crossroads" is a timeless, classic ballad.


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