Flip Grater | Be All and End All

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Be All and End All

by Flip Grater

Euro-waltz singer songwriter with an alt-country edge.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Why Wait
2:58 $0.99
2. Your Suit Hangs Well
3:07 $0.99
3. Calm Down (We're All Dyin')
3:53 $0.99
4. This Years Lie
2:46 $0.99
5. An End to It All
2:30 $0.99
6. Room 304
3:09 $0.99
7. I See Cold
4:41 $0.99
8. Ring Around the Rosie
3:44 $0.99
9. I Thought I Was An Extrovert
3:05 $0.99
10. Pat a Cake
3:01 $0.99
11. Be All and End All
3:32 $0.99
12. Kid
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Album Notes
Flip Grater is a New Zealand-based singer/songwriter, with a repertoire bridging dirty indie-folk and delicate introverted lullabies. Her intimate live act and her recorded work alike have garnered wide critical acclaim.

Flip has performed with a number of New Zealand’s premiere artists, including The Phoenix Foundation, Dave Dobbyn, and Anika Moa. Flip has also shared the stage with international stars such as Ben Lee, The Shins, and Hugh Cornwall, and she has traveled to the Texas xx xx South by Southwest (SXSW) festival twice, performing at the 2006 event to a (number)-strong crowd, including pillars of the worldwide music industry.

Her lyrics, deeply pensive, and her voice, that rises like a clear spring and shifts seamlessly into smoky shades of blue in a nuance of moods…is utterly captivating.\" - THE BEAT, Christchurch Press, New Zealand

Her 2006 LP release, Cage For A Song, turned heads across the folk and alt-country scene, spawning 3 singles, 4 videos and attracting New Zealand On Air support. The track ‘Long Awaited Sigh’ was selected from this album by producers of the hit American television show Brothers and Sisters, for the emotional final episode of their first season.

“Flip Grater’s Cage For A Song is ethereal without being too spacey, it\'s powerful without being overpowering, sparse without being vacant. 5 out of 5 stars”
- cdbaby.com

“An exceptional talent with a gift of arrangement that perfectly captures her varied emotional states. Stunning. *****”
- Steve Scott, Waikato Times

“Flip Grater has a Hope Sandoval feel to her acousto-folk, but when she shades to something more angsty indie, she\'s got a little Cat Power in her.” – The Austin Chronicle, Austin, Texas

In 2007, Flip released The Cookbook Tour – a performance/travel journal and recipe book that sparked interest across the country. This unconventional approach to a national tour was heralded by NZ media - including Kim Hill (National Radio), the Sunday Star Times, Herald on Sunday, TVNZ’s Good Morning show and Taste magazine. Major local publishers are currently working with Flip on a follow-up tour, to begin later this year.

Her anticipated new album, Be All and End All, is due for release in July.



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This is a very lovely album, I\'m so pleased that I found it!

Oreo Tassani

Be All And End All

The CD is really excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Flip Grater is very great !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rudy Minnaert Country Eagle The Netherlands

Good Alt-Country/folk
When heared thsi cd It brings me back to the sixties and to years I was listen to Karla Bonoff. The same voice and your lyrics are good. Very good music from New Zealand
Country Eagle