Heather Kipnis | Shadow Raven (Acoustic and Vocal)

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Shadow Raven (Acoustic and Vocal)

by Heather Kipnis

Satirical wisdom that generalizes complexities..
Genre: Easy Listening: Lounge
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1. Upright
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2. Synchronicity
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3. Individualism
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4. The Damn Radio
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5. Mutually Unrequited
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6. Iridology
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7. Te Podré Amar
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8. The Universe
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9. Transfiguration
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Heather Kipnis AKA Eroldi Idlore is a musician and a poet who generalizes complexities in simple ways. Her artistry portrays deep wisdom with a flavor of satirical reconciliation. She evokes reflection for the individual to experience her creations from a place of pure reflection as one contemplates the mirror's status. In doing so, imaginative thoughts exude from the flow state who appears in mysterious ways, eventually leading one to consider their presence beyond most typical layers of existence. Her interests encompass the healing and creative arts as forces to support futuristic approaches to regenerative inventions that will satisfy a particular desire of intelligent designs. Through the creative movement called the Resainnance, Heather Kipnis AKA Eroldi Idlore pioneers an opportunity for all beings to artistically approach their lives as expressive beings.

This album Shadow Raven has evoked the hidden energy who wishes to be seen. Often looking to loneliness and solitude, the songs speak of how to get by without truly knowing the self. Lyrics create questions of uncertainty in partnership while striving for equanimity. In all honesty, these songs have taught me about myself. Through them, I have been able to connect with others on the layers that are often under-the-surface. There are feelings we have that we do not like to express ourselves, so I have done you the favor of vocalizing those difficult words. Let them roll off your tongue in a way that exercises concentration through the embrace of acceptance.

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