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Walk With Me

by Christine Horn...The R&B Alternative

Alternative R&B pop that spilleth over with soul, funk, and tell-it-like-it-is delivery; don't mess with this meeting of Sade and Alanis Morissette.
Genre: Pop: with Live-band Production
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Godsend
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2. While You Were Out
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3:16 $0.99
3. Dear Dad
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5:39 $0.99
4. Cup of Joe
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5:54 $0.99
5. Made For Tv
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4:39 $0.99
6. Watch Your Man
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4:14 $0.99
7. Sunday Shoes
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4:53 $0.99
8. Control Freak
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6:29 $0.99
9. See You There
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Christine Horn does for soul music what a hit play does for Broadway. She enriches it by expanding its boundaries. The Bronx, NY native brings theatrics to her music that's unlike any seen from today's neo-soul performers. In an age where the majority of R&B and nu-soul divas insist on giving good face as much as a good show, Horn delights in exposing audiences to an emotionally charged audio/visual performance that conjures up memories of the soul queens of the past.

The Atlanta-based singer/songwriter has no reservations about opening up to her listeners and taking them in a completely different music direction than what they're accustomed. With Horn, you're guaranteed a three-act musical that's as much Rent as it is Betty Wright live. "People who see my shows are gonna see some Broadway," says Horn. "You're gonna see some spastic moves and you're gonna get some tight vocals and music, from jazz to soul to rock to pop."

It is her taste for the eclectic that drives the 25-year old Horn, both as a singer and an actress. And with her debut album, "Walk With Me", (released on Horn's own label, Chocolate Jeanie Records) the self-described "R&B Alternative" delivers on her music promise by giving listeners songs that run the gamut of human emotions. From gutbucket soul to psychedelic rock, from traditional country to southern funk, from delta blues to rhythms of the future, Horn uses her versatile five-octave soprano voice to bathe you in good music.

Horn's music theatrics stem from her exposure to the theater as a child. "My mom always took me to go see plays," Horn says. "I especially remember seeing "Mama, I Want To Sing". That play changed my life. My mom made a point to expose me to so many different things." Horn attended Atlanta's Tri-Cities High School for the Visual and Performing Arts. Tri-Cities is noted for producing some of the brightest stars in the Dirty South, including Outkast, X-Scape and members of Organized Noise. While in high school, Horn became a major player in the Freddie Hendricks Youth Ensemble of Atlanta (YEA). Horn rapidly developed into a primary soloist at YEA and upon graduation, she enrolled at the American Music Dramatic Academy (AMDA) in New York City, where she immediately became a standout performer. At AMDA, Horn honed her skills in acting, musical theater, jazz, ballet and tap dance. Horn's experiences in both YEA and AMDA exposed her to the mainstream theatrical scene. She has performed in theatrical works presented by the Alliance Theater Company, Actor's Express, Jomandi Productions and Seven Stages Theater, to name a few. Horn's associations in the thespian community presented her with the opportunity to hone her craft in the film world, where she has appeared in such movies as "The Killer Next Door" starring Billy Dee Williams, "Jinx'd", Spike Lee's "Bamboozled", "Savannah" and "Fled". "I feel like acting is a part of everything that you do." Horn says.

Although acting became Horn's first love, music was never far behind. "Acting is my heart, but I love to sing," Horn says. Horn was raised on R&B, but was exposed to a variety of music genres while at YEA. Because of her exposure to so many different music styles, Horn's lyrics tend to make their bed in the surreal. Her songs often delve into dream imagery while not closing an eye to the realities of the day. Lyrics of a visual nature present Horn with an ample opportunity to use her acting talents in a live music setting. She's like a politicized Dorothy run amok in Oz when singing about six-day sinners and single-day saints, love, father-daughter relationships, prostitutes and angels with broken wings. "Since I write very visually, usually using the characters in my songs, I instantly become them when I'm singing," Horn says. "So I might start off being the narrator of the story and then switch to the character I was talking about."

Horn's chameleonic use of melody, language, dialect and drama enables her to touch those who are searching for that extra bit of enlightenment, individuality and entertainment in their music. "I just wanna be worldwide and international, and have a Sade-type of longevity," Horn says. "I see myself doing the same type of music years from now. I touch on so many different styles, there's no need to change. The music might get more intricate and the lyrics more indepth. But that's bound to happen as I grow and experience new things."

So take a minute and walk with Christine Horn. After listening to her versatile vocals and music, you'll be glad you did.



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Monkey Face

Hot Beats!
The beats are tight as hell! Two thumbs up to whoever produced "Karma" and "Shake It". Definitely rhythms I can groove to...

New Jewel 2002

Great lead vocals, lyrically splendid, conceptually sound theme.
Ms. Horn has a great deal to offer. Her voice is rich and full, even though the tracks that she is singing on are not worthy of her voice. If the production values were taken up several notches on her next project, she is sure to be a hit. Good crossover potential. The people need and crave different and this cd attempts to do so with a worthy artist.

roman verone

very smart,grown and sexy.
Why didn't I order this cd sooner? Christine Horn is an excellent artist. The cd in nine tracks deep and I love every one of them.Its hard to believe that "walk with me has been out since 2002.It seems like a new cd every time I listen to it. I would love to here Christine Horn and Jill Scott on a track together.please check out these websites for more about the and
keep up the great work Christine, I'm feelin' it. The band is great also,I wouldn't change a thing.

Roman Verone

The new Project can't come fast enough
Hey everyone, this is Roman Verone again. I just hat to erite another review about Christine Horn's album: Walk With Me. I am so attached to that CD, it's not even funny. I found out a few days ago tht there is another project coming out early 2005. I live two and a half hours from Atlanta in Albany, Georgia. I have to see Christine Live. if you don't have walk with me yet, here are some Neo-Soul instructions for the first listen. CD and place it inside the Cd player(prefebly when your man/woman is in the shower or tub)
2.light candles,incence and prepare drinks.
4.turn off ALL phones, pagers,beepers.
5.when you hear the water stop,press play on the CD player.
6.feed your lover passion fruit to the sweet sounds of walk with me. I really have to say it?
Christine, if you are reading this; your music is great and I hope to work with you in the studio in the near future(check your e mail).
Roman Verone


Clever Songwriting
There are some very good songs on this cd. The lyrics are not typical and there is a theatrical quality to the writing(ex: Watch Your Man). This is definately worth adding to your music collection. It could one day be a classic.