Helen Chaya | I Am Not Thinking of War Today

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I Am Not Thinking of War Today

by Helen Chaya

Introspective, confessional and melancholy acoustic songs that are inspired by personal challenges, heartbreak and loss...but tempered with bright sparks of hope.
Genre: Folk: like Joni
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1. I Am Not Thinking of War Today
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2. Dandelions
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3. Gas Station Angels
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4. Late Night Train
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5. Covered By Snow
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6. Oceans Under Glass
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7. The Ghost of Irving Park
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8. Fever Dream
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9. Cherry Blossom Song
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10. The Trees Are Green
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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I currently reside in Portland Oregon, but grew up in NY City and have been singing and playing acoustic guitar since I was 12. My earliest influences were, and continue to be, confessional singer-songwriters such as Paul Simon, Neil Young, Nick Drake, and my hero, Joni Mitchell. My songs are intimate, lyrical and melancholy. I write for my own catharsis, but also with the hope that my songs will move others emotionally, and perhaps have them view their own challenges in a different light.
My music is melodic, incorporating intricate finger picking and unexpected chord changes.

Derk Richardson of the SF Bay Guardian writes: "Helen Chaya evokes the complexities and ambiguities of love with startlingly original poetic slaps upside the psyche." And the Portland Mercury writes: "These are straightforward songs that sound like melancholy raindrops."


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