Jamie Anderson | Dare

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Dare

by Jamie Anderson

Always moving, sometimes funny, with songs about body image, her grandma and why you should never try to teach her yoga.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Dare
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2. Black and White
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3. Run
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4. Mamaw's Roses
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5. Bellydancer
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6. Yoga Teacher
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7. The Dream
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8. Holy Place
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9. The Boy Who Wanted to Fly
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10. Carla Williams Kissed Me
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11. For Love
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12. The Lucky Ones
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13. Hold Me
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14. Menopause Mambo
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dare was recorded with engineer and co-producer Chris Rosser (David Wilcox, Billy Jonas). This collection of fourteen originals includes everything from the title cut – a poignant pop/folk song about body image – to “Run,” a country song of advice written with the help of her Facebook friends. "Mamaw's Roses" is a tender folk ballad about her grandma and "Black and White" is a thoughtful jazz number about growing older. In “Menopause Mambo,” she gives you excellent reasons to send her chocolate. Musicians include Free Planet Radio (Chris Rosser, River Guerguerian and Eloit Wapodian), a band whose collective credits include the Paul Winter Consort and gigs at Carnegie Hall. Also featured are talented multi-instrumentalist Kara Barnard (Ferron, Tret Fure), and backing vocalist Tory Trujillo (Laura Love). Jamie played guitar, ukulele and mandolin

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Elizabeth

Fantastic!
Finding artists with new, unfettered, intelligent, insightful, humorous and fun material doesn't happen very often these days. Unless, that is, you choose to listen to Jamie Anderson, and her latest offering, "Brave", is no exception. There are not many artists I would drive 5+ hours to see/hear, but this is one. Do yourself a favor and check it out!
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Jay Britton

Smooth, silky and thoughtful
Jamie is an incredibly talented and prolific singer/songwriter, and ‘Dare’ is all the proof you need.
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