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The Mirror

by Anandi

Highly emotional and honest blues-based pop, a rare blend of beauty and attitude. This recording, like the meaning of her name, is blissful.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Enough Of You
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2. Cheyenne
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3. The Mirror
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4. Oregon
3:59 $0.99
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5. How Sweet It Was
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6. Been Down So Long
2:39 $0.99
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7. Down By The River
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8. Forgiveness
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9. I Call Your Name
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10. Back Where You Started From
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Although this Portland-based singer songwriter was born into a family of musicians, she chose to study at a Tibetan Buddhist retreat center for several years before pursuing her life-long dream of writing and performing music.

After completing her studies, Anandi spent time developing her sound in New York City and Boston. An ever-growing fan base demanded a CD, prompting the release of her debut, Melody of Question, for which she received praise from The Boston Herald and Northeast Performer among others. She appeared on the Emerson College radio show, "The Coffeehouse." The song "Way" was included in the score of the documentary film The Manhattan Dating Project.

She released The Mirror in April 2002 and supported it with shows in New York City and Boston. She also showcased at the Nashville New Music Conference. The Mirror has received spins at college and core radio stations across the country and has received local and national press including Babysue and Performing Songwriter Magazine.

In the words of reviewer John Scalzi of Indiecrit.com, "A rich, dusky voice, poignant lyricism and just a touch of sadness to make the blues go down right...The Mirror's heart and soul is in soulful - and blissful -contemplation. A solid album all the way through."

From the bluesy stylings of "Enough Of You," the raw emotion of "How Sweet It Was," to the honest self reflections of the title track, The Mirror is a beautiful production, through and through. The Maiden voyage of producer Brad Craig's BLC Studio, The Mirror is, without a doubt, a mission accomplished.

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Mike Annis

Fantastic
This is a great CD by an artist everyone should hear. Funky, folky, bluesy, poppy...a great genre bending CD with a great sound and great musicians. Standout tracks include "Enough of You", "Cheyenne", "I Call Your Name", "How Sweet It Was." It's very easy to get Anandi's songs stuck in your head for days on end.
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judy

mello, but repetitive at times
oregon, with its use of imagery in the song to captivate rain, very creative use of her voice,pronouciation of words, instruments use to imply rain;loved that.
also, appretiated the tender expression of emotion, and unfixableness of, in How sweet it Was.

deep, rich , mellodic voice
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CD Baby


Compare to Aimee Mann, Sheryl Crow, Lisa Loeb, and maybe recent Shawn Colvin. A BRILLIANT pop/folk record. Great vocals - great production - GREAT songs. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Listen to the sound clips (and read her bio!) to find out why.
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nick gefroh

anadi send me an email i dont have this and would love to hear it and talk to
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Derek Sivers, Cdbaby

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Compare to Aimee Mann, Sheryl Crow, Lisa Loeb, and maybe recent Shawn Colvin. A BRILLIANT pop/folk record. Great vocals - great production - GREAT songs. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Listen to the sound clips (and read her bio!) to find out why.
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Elaine Cruz

Great music/lyrics to put you in touch with reality!
Anandi:

In an ever-changing world, your lyrics ground one to the truth and simplicity of life! Wonderful!
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Rosemarie Perry


Hey Anandi!
I really liked The Mirror, especially Enough of You. It's got groove, girl. Get in touch.
Love Rosemarie
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Diane Dana


Anandi's voice relaxes my soul and her lyrics touch down deep. The Mirror is a great achievement, and some of he songs fill me at the oddest and emptiest of times and work some kind of magic. Thank you Anandi!
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