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Live at the Bottom Line

by disappear fear

Fantastic harmonies, great guitar playing, wonderful energy and excellent songs that capture Sonia and Cindy's energy - it sounds like they're both having a great time, and that the crowd is as well (at a disappear fear show, they probably were.)
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Sink the Censorship
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2. 16 Roses
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3. Love Isn't Dead
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4. Postcard from Texas
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5. Love Insurance
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6. Box of Tissues
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7. Sexual Telepathy
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8. One More Chance
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9. Red Heaven
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10. Sink the Censorship
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11. Box of Tissues
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12. Damn Crazy
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13. Hey
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Perhaps in a past life, SONiA was one of the original troubadours, a poet-musician roaming Europe in the 11th-13th centuries, singing songs of courtly love. She certainly is a contemporary troubadour, crooning folk songs about romantic love, often forbidden. This time around it's different; she's not talking about adultery, but rather equality. SONiA has always spoken out against oppression, choosing to "love out loud" with all of the accompanying pains and passions. Jeep has recognized this. They named SONiA the Troubadour-the featured artist-representing the Mid-Atlantic region selected to travel around in the new Jeep Compass and perform not for the aristocracy but on street corners. Not all of SONiA's travels have shared this lightness of purpose and being. Recently, SONiA spent two weeks in Israel-before and after the ceasefire-traveling mostly through central Israel, but also venturing to the south and then the north, 'where the bombs were.' "I have people that I love there. I did a concert in a miklat, a bomb shelter. Some shoot bullets and missiles, what I put into the air is music. When I named the band disappear fear, it wasn't a whim." This trip, sponsored by Orbitz, was SONiA's fourth trip to Israel and her third tour there, the previous two in 1999 and 2005. Among her new projects, SONiA has written the soundtrack for the documentary Autumn Harvest. Directed by Dave Marshall, the short film chronicles the life of Douglas, a migrant worker who is HIV positive: October 2006 release. SONiA currently has two CD projects underway, a blues album that's coming along at the appropriate tempo for its genre, and a CD of songs in Spanish, Hebrew, and Arabic. "When you disappear fear between people, what you have is love." disappear fear is graced with Laura Cerulli on percussion and harmonies. Laura's contribution is the perfect multifaceted complement to SONiA's vocals and guitar. In fact, Laura contributes so much sound that it's difficult to believe there's only one other person on stage with SONiA. You can hear and feel all this for yourself when SONiA & disappear fear are in concert.

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Louise A Schaefer

Rockin'!
Enduring playfulness, honesty, and pain. Variety of styles, topics, and seriousness. Great album!
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