Amy Obenski & the Carbone Band | Restless

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by Amy Obenski & the Carbone Band

Rooted down with crystalline vocals, her epic rock ballads range from gentle breezes to hurricane gusts.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Wish You Were a Window
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2. Fly
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3. Some Kinda Change
4:42 $0.99
4. Restless
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5. Deep Blue Ocean
3:56 $0.99
6. Maybe That Sitar
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7. Rising from the Noise
4:01 $0.99
8. Follow My Own Lead
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9. In Paris
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10. The Game
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11. Searching for the Sun
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12. Summer's Here
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13. Maybe That Sitar (Reprise)
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Album Notes
In 2011 Amy went to Europe for the first time with a mind open to surprises. This is where she met The Carbone Band from Nantes, France. They had two concerts together that week. The music was a collision of Amy’s free “California girl” sound and the French’s deep passion and intensity. Their personalities and musicality immediately clicked.

Two days after her return to California, Amy decided she was going back to France. She planned a four-month tour across the United States, the U.K. and France, where she reunited with The Carbone Band. They played several concerts and the music started to grow and became intensely passionate, grounded rock that sways as if floating on the breeze.

In 2013, Amy returned again and spent three months with The Carbone Band. They recorded an album and participated in an artist in residence at La Maison des Arts. Her fifth album, Restless, will release in summer of 2014. Restless features the distinctive sound of The Carbone Band and also students and associates of La Maison des Arts in the form of a whole string ensemble, harps, vibraphone, clarinet, and flute. The Carbone Band is comprised of Philippe Crochet on guitar, Josselin Sebille on bass and Mourad Aït Abdelmalek on the drums.

With a stark and honest intensity, Amy Obenski’s rich, crystalline voice cuts through the noise of every day life. She’s a California native. Raised in San Diego and now based in San Francisco, the sound of the far west is unmistakably infused into her words and sound. She’s toured the West Coast for ten years and even got her song “Carousel” into the Hollywood scene when it was placed on the TV Show, Grey’s Anatomy.



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