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Jodie Manross | Don't Save the Kisses

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Don't Save the Kisses

by Jodie Manross

Acoustic music that ranges between Americana, folk and blues, reminscent of Eva Cassidy, Kathleen Edwards and Tift Merritt.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. It's My Way
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2. Marie
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3. Don't Save the Kisses
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4. Beautifully
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5. Tall Trees in Georgia (live)
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6. Marie (live)
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7. No One is to Blame (live)
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Album Notes
"Don't Save the Kisses, Jodie Manross' new EP consists of six new songs - three self-penned originals and three favorite cover songs, including Howard Jones' "No One is to Blame." The live cuts were recorded live at the famous acoustic venue Eddie's Attic in Atlanta, GA in June 2004. The new studio songs were recorded and produced by Knoxville singer-songwriter Greg Horne, and include lap steel, piano, Wurlitzer organ, drums, bass and mandolin. There is a studio recording and a live version of Jodie's original song, Marie, written about Jodie's hometown in Pennsylvania. This is Jodie's first solo effort and first album since her band, the Jodie Manross Band, broke up last year.
With her acoustic-based folk rock that wanders from alt-country to blues, Jodie Manross has become one of East Tennessee's top singer-songwriters. Known as "the little woman with the big voice," she possesses a powerful voice much larger than her size and surprises audiences with her soulful delivery of songs. Since Jodie has begun touring nationally in cities such New York City and Los Angeles this year, she always loves to perform in her hometown of Knoxville. She has opened for artists such as John Mayer, Leon Russell, Mindy Smith, Rusted Root, Norman Blake and Keb' Mo' and performed at Southeast music festivals such as Atlanta's Dogwood Fesitval, Chattanooga's Riverbend Festival, Asheville's Bele Chere and Knoxville's Sundown in the City. Los Angeles Entertainment Weekly exclaimed this year, "Her crisp voice and illuminative songcraft belie her diminutive stature- equal parts wistful and urgent...Soon you'll be calling her "the Jodie Manross."

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Kelley Smith

Hearfelt lyrics with beautiful vocals
Jodie's lyrics show her passion, while her voice brings those lyrics to life in this cd. The downhome feel makes you want to cuddle up by a fire or remember the days of growing up. This cd is wonderful for relaxing and enjoying the beauty of music in general.
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