Julie Lee | Will There Really Be A Morning

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Will There Really Be A Morning

by Julie Lee

Julie's latest release from September 2008. A collection of songs that are both etherial and ambient inspired by the poetry of Emily Dickenson and Christina Rossetti.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. Petit Bébé
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2. Will There Really Be A Morning
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3. Hope's the Thing With Feathers
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4. Forgive Yourself
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5. The Other Half
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6. Omar's Letters
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7. The Shepherdess
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8. Precious
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Will There Really Be A Morning is an impressionistic dream of a record, a dream from which you will not want to wake. It's the musical equivalent of a Monet painting, that is, if Monet had succeeded in painting the interior hidden landscapes of the soul. It's been a midwinter mainstay on our little farm." - Linford Deitwieller and Karin Burquist, Over the Rhine

An 8-song EP that Julie created with co-producer and fellow artist Aaron Roche, featuring two of Julie's original instrumentals and three musical collaborations with two female 18th Century poets.

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