Cassandre McKinley | Dragonfly

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by Cassandre McKinley

A vocal culmination of Jazz, Country and Blues styles adapted through songs by great artists like Roy Orbison, Willie Nelson, Nina Simone and Etta James.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Plain Gold Ring
4:27 album only
2. All Alone Am I
4:51 album only
3. Let It Be Me
4:01 album only
4. Lonely Wine
4:34 album only
5. I Miss You So
3:58 album only
6. Change Your Mind
5:58 album only
7. Do I Move You
3:57 album only
8. Mama
2:47 album only
9. Are You Lonesome Tonight
3:32 album only
10. Out of the Rain
6:59 album only
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Album Notes
To the Japanese, dragonflies represent evolution, emotional maturity, fearlessness and forward motion. They never travel backwards. For me, they signaled it was time to draw attention to my future and surrender the pains of the past. Two (or so) years ago, I was on a contemplative walk through a local state park – a favorite spot of mine - where I often took pleasure in exploring the many trails and wild life. I spontaneously stopped to lay in an open meadow abundant with tall grass, flora and wildflowers. I looked up at in a gaze at blue skies and ruminating over the many new and difficult changes that had taken place in my life to this point, including the recent passing of my Father, when I was suddenly aware that humming around me were dozens of dragonflies. I was transformed momentarily, immersed in a feeling of tranquility and peace – and hope. I sighed deeply and fully.
Much of the content on this album calls to those times when we have to find the strength to know when it’s time to let go, look ahead and travel boldly and optimistically down a sometimes-uncertain path. The dragonflies spoke to me that day and it felt right to pay homage. xo Cass



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