Deborah Crooks | Turn It All Red

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Turn It All Red

by Deborah Crooks

Soulful singer-songwriter
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Turn It All Red
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2. Land's End
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3. Adding Water to the Ashes
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4. Raising Cain
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5. Cafe La Vie
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Singing about faith, love and loss, Deborah is an intimate and edgy artist whose work is dedicated to peace and the process of liberation. Widely published as an essayist and journalist, her lyric-writing skills honed by a lifetime of writing, world travel and study of yoga and Buddhism.
The Santa Cruz native released her first EP "5 Acres" in 2003, tunes from which were included on compilation CDs (RockerGirl & Mosquito Media). Informed by a return to her native California, "Turn It All Red" is an even more personal work, drawing on equal parts rock and roll, Americana and the songwriter tradition.
"Turn It All Red is the title of the excellent new janglerock album from Bay Area songwriter Deborah Crooks. Backed by a tight three-piece band, singer/guitarist Crooks opens the album with the catchy, bouncy title track. It’s about pulling out all the stops: “pull out your purple heart and turn it all red,” she cajoles. And what a fine song stylist she is, sounding like Chrissie Hynde at her late 80s peak as a vocalist on the next track, the beautifully pensive Land’s End. In a highly nuanced, subtly soul-inflected delivery, she retraces the steps of someone who’s finally come into her own, finally ready to stop burning her bridges." — Lucid Culture,



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