Kelley Morris | Self Righteous Parade

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Self Righteous Parade

by Kelley Morris

This folk music is agressive and emotional, very strong, honest lyrics and interesting melodies with uniquely textured-sounding voice. Songs about social and political discrimination, and relationships.
Genre: Folk: Political
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Crucify Me
3:33 $0.99
2. A Way To Love Me
3:35 $0.99
3. Fall
3:00 $0.99
4. Puppet Master
3:47 $0.99
5. Invisible
3:19 $0.99
6. Love Garden
3:25 $0.99
7. Ghost Lady
3:16 $0.99
8. Misery
3:50 $0.99
9. Self Righteous Parade
3:34 $0.99
10. Ghost Lady (harmonic version)
3:14 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Kelley has been playing coffee houses in NH for several years, has opened for Holly Near and shared the stage with Rick Derringer. She performed at The Southern Women’s Festival in Georgia and was described by Kris Garnjost of NH Jam Music Magazine as having “a sense of sincerity in her work that makes me think there is great potential here.” Recently Kelley created her own on-site recording studio and record label called “Radical Folks Records” to record both her own music and fellow musicians. Her partner Jen has been singing with her for three years and their shared views on many social and political issues combined with their love of music have fused into a fresh and powerful duo.

Now living in Gilmanton NH in a home they share, Kelley continues to create new music reflecting her life experiences and her evolving perspective on relationships, politics and hope.



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Daniel O'Meara

So very promising
Self Righteous Parade is a stripped down, accoustic little masterpiece of excellent song-writing and a powerful voice. Many of the songs here will find their way into your head for days on end. The lrics are well thought out and the themes seem to form a cohesive concept for the album. Kelley's strong sound will ensure that she is anything but invisible however. She has a raw, emotional style that is really effective on the CD. Her voice and guitar sound as full as any I have ever heard and I would love to hear what she could come up with if she had a few extra musicians. Whatever the case, I wil be sure to check out Kelley's next album. Everyone else should get in on the ground floor and pick up a copy of this one.

Jenean Lamos

Goosebump heaven!
Kelley puts real meaning and heartfelt energy into her music about life's everyday struggles, emotions, and decisions. Her music touches you at a deep, understanding level that not many artists achieve.

Jen Major

This is an incredibly raw CD!
While this CD is her freshman release, it has wisdom and reflection far beyond her years. Kelley tells it like it is; and her rich voice and note range are amazing to hear.
There is a haunting honesty in the lyrics and I felt I could truly identify.


Soulfull and inspiring...
Kel you rock buddy...I'll be hearing you on the radio soon! With catchy tunes and deep lyrics...I cant help but sing ya gurl!

Mandy Bickford

I think this cd is fantastic .
The songs hit hard with me. I have seen her in person .Her new songs are wonderful also. Looking forward to the next cd.