Holly Roberds | Crystal Ball

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Crystal Ball

by Holly Roberds

The chilling wails of heartbreak and longing accompanied by warm guitar chords set the tone for this album, along with some more dulcet melodies that can at once soothe as well as break your heart. Acoustic Style.
Genre: Easy Listening: Adult contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mean It
5:01 $1.15
2. You'll Think of Me
2:57 $1.15
3. Birthday Candle (feat. Jake Shelton)
3:08 $1.15
4. Never Said Before Like This
2:35 $1.15
5. Nothing There
3:00 $1.15
6. The Grudge
3:14 $1.15
7. Your Biggest Lie
4:07 $1.15
8. A Little Closer In
3:35 $1.15
9. I Can See You Coming
3:04 $1.15
10. House By the Sea
3:08 $1.15
11. Tea Time
2:26 $1.15
12. Does She Sense I Burned Down Her House
3:12 $1.15
13. I Love You Like the Moon
4:47 $1.15
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Holly Roberds has a competitive range of voice that can hit the low gravely notes as well as peak at the highest of wails. It is the voice that will slip under your skin to violently rip the goose pimples out from beneath your flesh and cause a tingling at the base of your skull.

Crystal Ball is inspired by the hopeful designs of a future less bleak than the present and the idea of manifestation. It is also about recognition of your current situation.

Never at a loss for words, she easily pumps out songs faster than a classroom of children will pounce on an individual trying to hide their coveted pack of gum. Instead of focusing on perfection, it has become a learning process where every recording and every performance is experimental rather than final.

After years of strumming music and making up little ditties for herself, with the strong encouragement and support from her fiends, 3years ago, Holly took a more serious run at performing her music. Overwhelmed with such a positive response from friends, family and dashing strangers she met at open mic nights, Holly's confidence began to steadily grow. Deciding that if she applied herself, she really could achieve some sort of hold in the music industry, Holly abandoned her practical job (because the corporate job attempted to murder her soul and reality just isn't her thing). Obviously nothing can go wrong with her assumption that she can avoid a nine-to-five job for the rest of her life and earn the fame and riches proportionate to that of T Swizzle. Completely rational.

She is working with several producers on a variety of projects at the moment and hopes the CD sales can be used to fund the next level of production for her original songs.



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