Kaydi Johnson | No gods Allowed

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No gods Allowed

by Kaydi Johnson

A little bit of soul over spoken word about issues for modern women. Acoustic pop with talking vocals, and inflected with rhythm.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ode to Toes
3:50 $0.99
2. The Way She Loves
4:46 $0.99
3. Eddie
7:04 $0.99
4. Carpel Tunnel
4:04 $0.99
5. Trying Not to Love
3:07 $0.99
6. Not an Ordinary goD
2:37 $0.99
7. Copper Beech
4:10 $0.99
8. Just Like That
3:07 $0.99
9. What is She Doing?
4:42 $0.99
10. Holding the Light
3:51 $0.99
11. American Grocery Store
3:31 $0.99
12. Night Student
3:51 $0.99
13. Getting Nowhere
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Album Notes
To write poetry is a calling. To write really moving poetry is a gift. To make this poetry come alive with music is nothing short of magic. Kaydi Johnson manifests this magic in her work. She rolls forceful and racy lyrics into short stories and cinematic slices of life. Poetic rockets that launch her listeners into musical space. Her lyrics and music find new ways to explore such themes as living, loving and love lost. Whether it’s the moon--or undressing--she’s singing about, Kaydi’s songs stay with you long after they have ended. Haunting and joyous. Provocative and poetic. Magnetic and musically delicious word plays that always charm the ears, hearts and minds of her listeners.

Kaydi was selected for the Falcon Ridge Emerging Artist Showcase in new York, 2003. She has opened for David Crosby, Robert Earl Keene and Lucy Kaplansky. She was one of the top ten regional New York finalists for the 2006 Mountain Stage New Song Festival at River to River Festival in NYC. She has appeared on Vin Scelsa's "Idiot's Delight" on WFUV, in NYC. Pete Fornatele of WFUV, Fordam University, NY, gave her honorable mention when selecting his "top ten" albums of 2002.



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Matthew Cook

This CD is Great!
Kaydi has a great way with words--the images conjured up in 'Eddie' are very real and vibrant--humorous and far-seeing all at the same time. 'Great American Grocery Store' is another favorite of mine. I purchased this album for myself--but my wife loves it even more.

Tom Slick

Another Great Ride!
I was concerned that 'goDs', would lack the musicality that 'Tied' brought to the table, but what a pleasant surprise! From the whimsy of 'Toes', the small town angst of 'Eddie' or the scathing 'Grocery', I am once again sold on Kaydi. Talented tunesmith and storyteller extraordinaire, everyone should own at least one of her cd's. I have them all..Thanks for the ride Kaydi!!

The Lost Mountain Songwriter

One should hear this ..
I've listened to this album many times...knowing Kaydi and having her album "Tied"..
This work is so good..she finds a way to send you on a journey..in each of her songs..and the songs all stand on their own.
One night I had it on for 5 hours..and it filled my room with the magic that comes from good songs and good artists.
As a musician & a writer myself..for many moons..I do appreciate the way she is able to weave and boil down her thoughts & visions..Its good...Real Good!

Paul Muller

thanks,kaydi,for another journey
we all have favorite songs.some we remember fondly from our past and others just catch us with a hook.very rarely however a song bursts like a supernova into our souls."holding the light"is one of those songs for me.this masterpiece is framed in a collection of stories that run the gamut from comical to cynical to heart wrenching.one does not listen to this cd as much as one experiences it.it must not be missed.


Good Stuff
This is a good all-around cd. I waited a long time to have the money for it. Yeah!! It arrived very quickly too, especially since I'm up in Alaska and stuff usually takes forever!