Andi Starr | Leaving the White Line

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Leaving the White Line

by Andi Starr

Ethereal, personal, profound. The songs on this album are travel songs--not happy, sing-along, girl-strumming her guitar songs, but travel songs in the sense of a person on the move, metaphorically, from one place to the next.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Leaving the White Line
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2. Save Yourself
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3. Big Country (Open Spaces)
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4. Martin Eden/Under the Lighthouse
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5. Hold On
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6. Beneath the Bridge
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7. Real Love, Baby
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8. Driving for the Sun
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9. Running to Stand Still
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10. Big Country (Little Town)
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11. You Will See
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Album Notes
LATEST REVIEW IN AMPLIFIERMAGAZINE.COM (2007):

ANDI STARR
LEAVING THE WHITE LINE
INDEPENDENT

Darkness, darkness, be my pillow? Portland based singer-songstress Andi Starr rekindles the femme fatale fervor of her Lilith Fair predecessors (think Juliana Hatfield, Tori Amos, Throwing Muses) on the many magical, murky, and mystical musings embedded within Leaving The White Line. Thanks to a jazz-tinged rhythm section that punctuates her breathy melodies with a swing ethos, plus the less-is-more production smarts of Larry Crane (Elliot Smith, Cat Power, Sleater-Kinney), Starr’s folksy compositions sparkle though the ballads and rockers alike. The title cut, which kicks off the record, spookily hangs in the air by way of reverberating arpeggios and bleary bass motifs as the singer mournfully croons over a love lost “out there, beyond the fog.” “Save Yourself,” which details Starr’s outsider status amongst her religious group, really hits home with an electric violin passage (rendered by Donny Wright) worthy of John Cale in his VU days. And Starr’s cover of U2’s “Running To Stand Still” is worthy of the VU in their Cale days. In an increasingly vapid commercial pop landscape, Starr’s White Line is a gem uncovered.

--Tom Semioli

http://amplifiermagazine.com/reviews/cds/andi_starr_cd.php

Thank you for joining Andi on her journey. And, as always, if you like what you hear, please spread the good word. If interested in shows in your area, visit the website (www.andistarr.com) and sign up for the email list. We really appreciate your continued support of Andi’s (and indie) music.

- S. Asher Sund, co-producer

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Sarah Caveney

soulful
This is my "go to" music for my at home massage sessions because I like to listen to the entire CD all at once, which is usually impossible for me to do in my day to day life. It is so special to hear Andi's voice while I'm receiving a treatment that puts me in another place. She has grown so much and can grow more, which is why the 4 stars. I know she will be big somehow in a way that will be meaningful to a very special type of audience; an audience that really wants to listen. I love you, Andi!
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Blue Buffalo aka Freddy

I nice place to be, when you listen to this. Good Job
Only four, because it's not the 1st thing I would grab. This is not a knock against your effort, talent and your music. I've been listening to Joe Satriani since his begining so when I need a different place to go with no lyrics that's my 1st choice. My wife and I really liked this effort. I especially liked your line on "You Will See, 'I am gaining my wings I am gaining my eyes'"
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annie hart

a real talent--deeply thoughtful lyrics, lovely voice and guitar
if you listen closely, you'll hear a young woman growing.
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