Katie Sullivan | Lucky Number 7

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Lucky Number 7

by Katie Sullivan

Pop Rock/Jazz
Genre: Pop: Piano
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Fall Leaves
4:41 album only
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2. One For the Running
3:30 album only
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3. Celtic's Hat
4:16 album only
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4. Can't You See
2:39 album only
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5. Smile Through The Weather
3:56 album only
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6. What You Are
5:28 album only
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7. Telescope
5:06 album only
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8. (Summertime -bonus track)
5:04 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Katie Sullivan is an incredibly talented songwriter and performer showing an uncanny combination of insight, experience and emotion beyond her years.
Her music is reminiscent of Carole King and Alana Davis with shades of Billy Joel and Sarah Mclachlan. Her voice is all at once beautiful and hypnotic, holding the listener spellbound throughout each of her well crafted songs.
With "Lucky Number 7" being her first foray into the music world, I can only imagine a wonderful musical career awaits this talented young
woman."

-Zac Cataldo
Night Train Studios



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Elaine Emmerich

AWESOME!!!!
I relly liked the songs. The CD sounds great. Maybe I'll get it. Katie's voice is amazing. I go to her school, and have never met her, but she's a TERRIFIC singer!!! :)
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jenn


thought cd was very good. sounds little like Beth Orton mixed with bit of Michelle Shocked
nice melodies. more I listen to it . more I like it.
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Jack Duyon

Incredible future for this young song writer!
After seeing a bright young artist in a Harvard Square Coffee House Jon Landau wrote in the Boston Pheonix "I saw rock and roll future and its name is Bruce Springsteen." Hear we are with the summer of 2006 approaching and Springsteen's songwriting sole mate has emerged. Katie Sullivan is brightest young talent from Boston since Amy Mann.
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