Erinn Brown | Don't Forget About It

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Don't Forget About It

by Erinn Brown

Soul, Blues, Rock : Sultry with an Edge
Genre: Blues: Soul-Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Love Is a Peace of the World
4:26 $0.99
2. And in the End
4:41 $0.99
3. Cool Summer Rain
4:27 $0.99
4. An Eye for An Eye
4:16 $0.99
5. Time to Waste
3:49 $0.99
6. Get Out of My Way
4:19 $0.99
7. Dig Out the Pain
4:02 $0.99
8. If I Could Hear It From You
3:12 $0.99
9. Take It Slow
4:23 $0.99
10. Apartment Blues
4:36 $0.99
11. And in the End (Spoken Word Version)
5:16 $0.99
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Album Notes
Sultry funk 'n' soul from an underrated singer who knows about the intricacies of the heart. The music stings and heals at the same time.''

---STEVE MORSE, longtime Boston Globe reviewer

..."For those of you who weren't there last Sunday, she plays GREAT originals - stuff with soul, attitude, edge, balls and beauty..." -Inge Berge

Erinn Brown, the singer/ songwriter/ musician is sultry with an edge. She has a soulful,original style fusing folk, blues/rock and funk. Brown writes the truth with strength.

After graduating Berklee College of Music, Brown sang for rock cover bands while writing her own material. Hunter's Moon, an acoustic trio of songwriters established in 1998, helped Erinn develop her interpretive style in singing both cover and original songs. Erinn's debut album, Road Signs To The Sun, was released in 1999.(SEE )

Brown has performed for festivals such as The Marblehead Festival For The Arts in 1999 and in 2008. In the summer of 2007, Brown's new band performed in conjunction with the first annual Salem Jazz and Soul Festival. The Erinn Brown Band performed for the Boston Music Festival in 2008.

Erinn Brown has performed in popular Boston/Cambridge area and North Shore venues and continues to expand her fan base into other states including Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut, New Jersey and Washington, D.C.

Erinn Brown fronts a 4-piece group or performs as a soloist.

Brown has received air play on the Emerson College radio station, (WERS), in Boston, MA, (WMFO) in Somerville, MA,(WXRV) in Haverhill,MA, on the Endicott College radio station,(WNSH), in Beverly, MA, at Salem State radio station,(WMWM), Salem, MA, on Martha's Vinyard internet radio "Local MusiCafe", (MYVRadio), on "Blues Power Hour" on the Portsmouth, NH radio station (WHEB)and internet radio station, ( with D.J. Holly Harris from (WBOS).

Erinn Brown's new album was engineered, co-produced and mastered
by Brian Maes of Briola Records.(Keyboardist & Vocalist for RTZ and Ernie & The Automatics).

Brown's discography includes:
*Hunter's Moon: Live at the Rockmore, 1997
*Erinn Brown: Road Signs To The Sun, 1999
*John Donelan: Our Life And Times, 2000
*Julie Dougherty: Sweet Unraveling, 2004
*Erinn Brown: Don't Forget About It, 2008



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Erinn\'s new CD of originals, with an all-star cast of Boston\'s finest musicians, has been a long time in the works.

But it\'s worth it. Erinn has plenty to say, and knows how to say it with feeling and rocking bluesy tunes, beautifully written and well produced. For me there are two stand-out tracks, \"Cool Summer Rain\" and \"Dig Out The Pain\", showcasing her unparalleled songwriting. And over the whole record, Erinn\'s stunningly liquid golden voice soars.


Erinn Brown is an amazingly talented vocalist. You don\'t just hear the notes or words she sings - you feel them. She has an uncanny knack for knowing when to hit the brakes and when to slam the gas pedal to the floor, all the while maintaining excellent vocal control and pitch.

This album is full of songs with thoughtful lyrics covering a range of emotions. Personal favorites are \'Take It Slow\' (fantastic meandering yet perfectly controlled melody), \'In The End\' (cool guitar hook and unique lyrics), \'Get Out Of My Way\' (the syncopated chorus) and \'Dig Out The Pain\' (nice groove-vibe). But really there\'s not a bad song on the album, and with each careful listen you\'ll find nuances that will keep you coming back for more.

Kudos also go out to the compliment of excellent musicians who are integral in helping make the ride slow down and speed up wherever needed.

All-around, this is a great collection of music.


I saw/heard Erinn for the first time about 2 weeks ago. I instantly bought this album as a result. Her ability to fuse folk, blues and funk is beautiful, engaging and unique. I was almost completely mystified sitting there listening to her. Really outstanding - and never mind her all-star ensemble! Just a great group of talent producing some stellar music. This record is well worth the buy and at least a few thousand listens. Can\'t wait for more!