Emily Lord | RearView Mirror

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RearView Mirror

by Emily Lord

Heartland Rock with a touch of country roots. Great road-trip music.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Bet She
3:47 $0.99
2. Indian Dancing
4:24 $0.99
3. Opportunity Knocks
4:44 $0.99
4. Just a Little Sign
3:57 $0.99
5. Quijote
4:45 $0.99
6. All's Fair
4:09 $0.99
7. Feel No Pain
4:13 $0.99
8. A Love Song
4:38 $0.99
9. Land of the Morning Calm
5:10 $0.99
10. Nice Guys Win
5:25 $0.99
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Album Notes
‘RearView Mirror’ is Heartland Rock: think Bob Seger meets Mary Chapin Carpenter. The music is inspired by the folk sounds of Emily’s New England home, the rock and roll of America's heartland, and a touch of country-rock from living and recording in Texas. This record makes great road-trip music.

With 'RearView Mirror’, Emily joined the ranks of songwriting legends like Carole King, Ani Difranco, and Shawn Colvin by recording with producer-engineer Mark Hallman at the Congress House Studio in Austin, Texas. Two songs from 'RearView Mirror' (‘I Bet She’ and ‘Quijote’) earned West Coast Songwriters Association 'Best Song’ Awards and sparked Emily’s commercial radio play debut in the San Francisco Bay Area. The song ‘Feel No Pain’ inspired a San Francisco Bay Area production team to select Emily as their new music video company's featured artist.

Emily's diverse background provides a wealth of experiences that inspire her storytelling. Emily released her first album of original music 'Beginnings' while attending the University of Notre Dame. Following college graduation, Emily certified as a US Army Airborne Paratrooper and served as an Army officer around the globe in Saudi Arabia, South Korea, and Texas. Many of the songs on ‘RearView Mirror’ were written during this chapter in Emily's life. Most notably the song 'Land of the Morning Calm' captures the heart and soul of a service member while living through a challenging assignment overseas. During her Army days, Emily continued to write and perform her music at USO shows whenever possible. After completing her service obligation, Emily settled in San Francisco. In the song "Opportunity Knocks" you can feel Emily break out in a new direction as she jumps on her Harley Davidson Motorcycle and travels west to California to pursue her musical dream.



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the artist sings alot like Mary Chapin Carpenter and that is nice.
Each song has a message. The music is easy to listen to. It is one I listen to often. My favorite song is I bet she.

Pat Holston

A fantastic listen
This CD is in heavy rotation on my iPod and my drive home from work and helps keep the stress away. A fantastic listen and a must-have CD.

pieter from Holland

Look forward to her new album
Reading the fact that mark Hallman produced this album, i directly orded all three albums. Knowing Mark's great work for Eliza and Iain, there could be no risk. I am very happy done so. Emily's music is great. All three albums are great.Listen to them all, order them all three, you won't regret it.


This CD is soothing, fun, spirited, real
I have this CD in my car. Out of the 20 in here, it is now the most played. Emily has a great sound, and the lyrics are 'real', spirited, and easy to relate to. I can't wait for the new CD!
I also happen to know the artist personally, and she is one exceptional woman, which makes the CD all that more meaningful, at least for me personally.