Karen Mitchell | In This Moment

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In This Moment

by Karen Mitchell

Genre: New Age: Self-Help
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1. My Good
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2. You Are My Song
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3. In This Moment
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4. God Is
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5. Here Goes Nothing
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6. The Power of Mind
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7. Healing Light
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8. And So It Is
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9. Peace Is Possible
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10. Me And My God
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11. The Joy Is In the Journey
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12. The Other Side of Home
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Karen Mitchell is one of those rare individuals who is musical at the molecular, sub-atomic level. The creation of melodies and lyrics are as natural to her as breathing. To quote a line from the hit NBC series, ‘Medium’ – “Even among the special, she’s special”. Karen entered the world with some serious artistic DNA in the family gene pool. Her mother was a classically trained vocalist, her late uncle, Red Mitchell is regarded as one of the world’s foremost jazz bassists, and her father, Gordon “Whitey” Mitchell is also an important jazz bassist, as well as an Emmy-winning comedy writer.

Karen was born in New Jersey (yes – she’s a real “Jersey Girl”!), but her family moved west to Los Angeles when she was only three, so that her father could pursue his television writing career. Karen displayed her uncommon musical ability very early. She could (quite literally) sing before she could speak in complete sentences, and was composing fully-realized songs on her tiny ukulele by the age of five.

Throughout her scholastic career, Karen focused on her music, and in Junior and Senior High School was consistently the leading light of the choir, being asked to perform numerous solos with all of the performing ensembles available. Some of her early musical influences include artists as diverse as Jackson Browne, Aretha Franklin, Dan Fogelberg, and Earth, Wind & Fire. By the age of fifteen, she was already working five nights a week with a busy “Top 40” cover band, and writing songs for other artists to record. Her charm, effervescence, stage presence and gorgeous blonde-Celtic good looks made her irresistible to audiences, and she worked with several successful pop bands, functioning as front woman, vocal arranger and musical director.

As she entered young adulthood, her unique writing style began to emerge—a distinctive and refreshing style born of the L.A. Country scene started by The Eagles, Karla Bonoff, and Patty Griffin. She also quickly developed a talent for working in the recording studio, and became an in-demand studio singer, booking numerous recording sessions for notable film and television producer/composers, including the Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated John Debney (Liar, Liar, Bruce Almighty, The Passion of the Christ).

The release of Karen Mitchell’s first solo CD, "In This Moment" has been a true labor of love. She has carefully surrounded herself with first-rate instrumentalists and engineers, and created compositions and arrangements that reflect her positive outlook on life in the face of heartache and loss. Her infectious melodies and heart opening lyrics inspire us to drive around with this CD in the car....a true antidote to road rage! Karen is currently in the studio completing her follow up CD, "Find Forgiveness", for which the New Thought world has been anxiously awaiting.




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