Mimi Burns Band | I Know You're Out There

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I Know You're Out There

by Mimi Burns Band

Modern Celtic rock; a melodic mixture of fiddles, electrics guitars, those soaring harmonies and a few harps and bagpipes to add to the epic flavor.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Netherworld
3:46 $0.99
2. Shadow Man
3:52 $0.99
3. Wooden Door
3:32 $0.99
4. I Know You're Out There
7:58 $0.99
5. Sarah Rose
3:38 $0.99
6. Come Through
4:28 $0.99
7. When the Wind Blows
5:34 $0.99
8. The Haunted
4:58 $0.99
9. Gypsy Dance
4:24 $0.99
10. Come and Dance
5:20 $0.99
11. Going Home
4:36 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
`Mimi Burns Band~

album release-I know you're out there

Mimi Burns begin touring Europe in 1999 after their first album release "Slipping Away" followed
by their second album "Ballade of Ned Haywood".
This exceptionally well loved band quickly received zealous and loyal fan based acclaim
though pub packed nights and radio play in over 30 countries including Japan, Costa Rica, Australia, Europe the U.K. and the North American Continent.

In addition to touring, Mimi Burns had a radio show in the San Francisco, Bay Area of California, where she was dedicated to helping upcoming artists get their music heard.
With a listening audience of over 100,000 she found that her audience members were dearly devoted fans who seem to follow and support her in all of her endeavors.
After inspirational tours and fan letters, Mimi and her band decided to work on their third album entitled 'I know you're out there'
which is fraught with tales of ghosts and desperately lost loves. A melodic mixture of fiddles, electrics guitars, those soaring harmonies and a few harps and bagpipes to add to the epic flavor.
"When Morning Comes (now known as I know you're out there)' the first single off the album had not 'officially' been released in late 2006,
but quickly climbed the charts around independent radio and podcasts.

The Mimi Burns Band are currently rocking the world with their Celtic flare. They are playing festivals, fund raisers and benefit concerts for those in need of a little something you don't hear everyday. They hope you will be swept away in your journey through the music.



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Angela Siegfried

I love it!
The Mimi Burns Band's new album "I Know You're Out There" is awesome. She sings about ghosts and lost loves. The songs hit on a personal note for me, and I get very emotional when I listen to the album. I especially like Sara Rose and Netherworld. Check it out; you won't regret it.

Hy Plimpton

I Know You're out there
Absolutely terrific. We were not familar with the band but find their music delightful and the words meaningful. We listened at home and now when traveling in the car and since we met Mimi and Steve, they are nice people

Brian Ball, Director of Music & Talent--WomensRadio

Highly Recommended To Those Who Enjoy Music Of Epic Proportions
The opening lines of I Know You’re Out There… are the perfect interlude into this masterpiece that showcases the oozing talent of Mimi Burns and her 5 band mates’ talent that is found seeping through the cracks of the plastic jewel case that houses this hour long journey into some of the most original and mind-expanding Celtic Rock the world has come to know!

“Netherworld” begins with bagpipes that could have been slightly ‘bent’ using electronics and clever sequencing which give way to acoustic guitar, drums and electric guitar that smoothly build up into a marvelous perfection of tonal quality while still leaving enough room for Mimi’s wholesome vocals that seem to reach into the depths of your soul and shake you to the bone (in a good way)! This song sets the stage for the album as I imagine a pleased pub-like crowd dancing their jigs happily as the music flows freely through the atmosphere and creates a really BIG sound that gives way to a closing of bagpipes similar to that at the forefront of the track.

The next major milestone on I Know You’re Out There… is the 8 minute “psychedelic, didgeridoo-laced strong and extremely accessible” number that shares the same title as the album, “I Know You’re Out There.” This song brings enough complexity and inspiration that could fill the entire page you’re reading right now, but we’ll attempt to keep it short and sweet—“Masterful and complete, cinematic and captivating.” Mimi’s voice accompanied is softly accompanied by slightly militantly styled drums and note-bending violins that paint an image of battlefields of old along with a dense fog hanging close to the ground as we ride on the beaten trail of time. “Highly recommended to those who enjoy music of epic proportions.”

As we progress through the mid-section of this fabulously-crafted album, we pass many terrific songs and find ourselves dancing uncontrollably to the likes of “The Haunted” and “Gypsy Dance,” while the blues-folk-rock-world instrumentation of “Come and Dance” seems to tell a story without words. This is definitely ‘real’ music for ‘real’ people and features infectious violin/guitar combinations that are sprinkled with seductively serene vocal offerings and can be described as having been cultivated in very rich ‘soil.’ The maturity of this sound spans many generations and is fabulous in form and structure while providing true realization of sound for what could be the first time in my life!

Sadly, all albums must come to an end, but to close with a song that leaves the listener craving more is a genius idea, and “Going Home” does well on both ends of this conundrum, with vocals that ride the beat with a sheer confidence and a slight nod to the sound of Tori Amos (just for a second) and a questionably similar under-beat to that of the Salsa style!

“A mind-expanding ‘must-add’—not only for the St. Patty’s Day playlist, but for each and every day of the year as well!”—Brian Ball, Director of Music & Talent

Recommended If You Like: The Pogues, Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys, No Fixed Abode, Port Righ

Art Bell

chilling blend of celtic tunes and haunting lyrics
Turn our the lights, relax with the beverage of choice and listen to warm celtic music with unique and heartfelt lyrics. A must have set of music for both happy and pensive times.

Casey Scott

Absolutely chilling!
Yet another home run for the Mimi Burns Band. There were many songs on the last two CD's that appealed to me and sometimes even raised the hair on my arms-this CD gives me goosebumps upon goosebumps! Mimi's smoky, melodious voice paired with the phenomenal talents of the band members makes you wonder why these guys aren't signed with a major record label. They are absolutely, positively top notch! Love you guys!!

Marcene Bronson

I Know You're Out There
Incredible...Talented...Majickal...I am thrilled I found them on Myspace. I will be purchasing their other CD's for myself and as gifts in the near future. The "Irish Imp"

cloud nine and cloud seven

We love "I Know You're Out There"!
Internet Music Radio, "Gone Fishing for Blue Skies", loves the world of Mimi Burns Band.