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Deborah Mannas is known for her powerful, versatile and emotive vocals. A poet and songwriter, she has a unique style that can take on anything from rock to jazz and everything in-between. This album is Deborah in Inspired groovy jazzy soulful mode.
Genre: Jazz: Crossover Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Inspired
4:46 $1.49
2. Would You
3:16 $1.49
3. Vulnerable
3:39 $1.49
4. Let Me In
3:59 $1.49
5. Mother Are You Scared
3:03 $1.49
6. Stranger in My Head
4:19 $1.49
7. When Time Stands Still
5:24 $1.49
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Deborah has been writing songs and poetry for years and releases seven of these in her debut Album, Inspired. The Album, with the creative backing of Agnes Q and The Soul Sessions Band, covers diverse themes, from romantic positivity in “Inspired”, hope in “When Time Stands Still”, wistfulness in “Stranger in my head” and “Let me in”, angst in “Vulnerable” to challenge in “Mother are you scared” and Bob Marley influenced “Would You”.

Deborah was raised in a traditional society, by an untraditional family. From an early age, no topic was taboo, and debates on social issues and injustices were standard dinner fare. From a young age she clearly understood her role in speaking out against injustices and violence and her career trajectory and writings reflect her social principles and personal struggles.

Her earliest memories were of singing lustily around her home, and even at four, her family remember her voice as being deep, husky and emotive. Her vocal range has seen her singing everything from first soprano in Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus to the male key of Ain’t No Sunshine. Add to that every musical style from The Sound of Music to Tina Turner, Joan Baez to Pink, Ella Fitzgerald to Ertha Kitt, Lady Antebellum to Lady Gaga, Deborah’s vocals are unique and versatile.



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