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The Stolen EP

by Julie Moffitt

Intimate, musical memoirs expressed through piano, guitar and Julie's warm voice touch on feelings of uncertainty, isolation and mislocation.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Let Him Be
3:17 $0.99
2. Blue And Green
5:41 $0.99
3. Slow
5:20 $0.99
4. Try
4:06 $0.99
5. Stolen
4:16 $0.99
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Album Notes
Julie Moffitt's intimate, musical memoirs expressed through piano, guitar and her warm voice touch on feelings of uncertainty, isolation and mislocation. Her songs range in spirit from melancholy to optimistic, but are always reflective and honest.

Moffitt grew up playing the piano, spending hours alone with her sheet music after school, her early influences ranging from Andrew Lloyd Weber to Journey. As she played and sang her way through school concerts, competitions and theatrical productions, hers became a well recognized name in a small Midwestern town.

With 6 years of classical vocal training and 8 years of children's theater behind her, she escaped to Los Angeles and the University of Southern California. Digging deeply into jazz, blues and classic rock, Moffitt spent her college years falling in love with John Coltrane and Bill Evans, breaking hearts and finding her own heart broken once too often.

Between the endless stretches of desert highway and the rolling Pacific, she committed it all to the haunting lyrics and melodies that imbue her work.

In 2005, Moffitt's self released album everything I never asked for (recorded with Mike Hoffmann - The Verve Pipe, Willy Porter) found its way to Burst Records Creative Director Daniel Holter in July. By August, Moffitt had signed on as a Burst artist.

Moffitt's Burst Records debut, The Stolen EP, enlists the talents of giants Dave Marotta (bass), John Ferraro (drums) and Chris Mosher (keys).

Moffitt has been featured on radio programs including WLZR's Local Licks and NPR/WUWM's At 10. She has also appeared on the WTMJ-TV news, and recently journeyed back to Los Angeles to headline the Chick Singer Night Anniversary Show at Tangier.

March 2006 marked Moffitt's first appearance at SXSW. In the fall, she'll head out for her first solo tour.



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Amazing album!
This album is, in my opinion, amazing. Nice slow, beautiful, sensual music. Julie performed at my college campus a couple months ago, and I bought one of her CDs. Boy am I glad I did... Marvelous!

Tommy Hahn of Revolush.com

Another triumph with another beautiful CD
Anyone even remotely acquainted with Julie's EVERYTHING I NEVER ASKED FOR (from which she revisits a couple of tracks) MUST have this EP. In addition to a couple of new tracks (BLUE & GREEN and TRY), Julie presents a more produced version of LET HIM BE, a thicker and more rhythmic version of the ethereal SLOW and the stand out track on both CDs--STOLEN. The original is gorgeous, but the new candlelit version of STOLEN is sheer perfection. It sounds like it's either written for you or about you. You'll feel it.

Just like you needed Sarah McLachlan's FUMBLING TOWARDS ECSTACY and THE FREEDOM SESSIONS, you need both of these CDs.