Kelsey Quigley | crystal & ash

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crystal & ash

by Kelsey Quigley

A soulful R&B mix, this is a collection of ‘pre-owned’ songs made new. Described as "Old school R&B, vintage songs with a new sound, a powerful mix of jazz, blues, and soul."
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Loving Arms
3:31 album only
2. People Get Ready
2:58 album only
3. Running on Faith
6:26 album only
4. Since You've Been Gone
3:49 album only
5. Hard Times
4:30 album only
6. Hard Rain
7:05 album only
7. I Can't Stand the Rain
4:05 album only
8. Desperado
3:56 album only
9. - left blank - nothing there -
0:33 album only
10. Satisfaction
5:11 album only


Album Notes
". . . a superior musical talent with her own personal style . . . this young lady is in the top ranks . . . "

--Didi Stewart, two-time recipient of the Boston Music Award for Best Female Rock Vocalist
and Asst. Professor Voice, Berklee College of Music

". . . an artist we put on our watch list last summer, Quigley has garnered a reputation as an accomplished vocalist with a very mature voice, so rare for many college-aged singers . . . her wide musical range enables her to easily slide among the musical standards of Streisand, Raitt, Dion, and John . . . . "

-- Portfolio Magazine

Quigley’s music, like her New England roots, speaks of character and heart. Some say these things are in the blood. In Quigley’s case, it’s in the voice. "Soulful", "hopeful", "determined", "beautiful" - frequently heard in describing the music, the singer, the voice.



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