Kristin Cotts | Ghost Flower

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Ghost Flower

by Kristin Cotts

Quirky, lyrically-driven bohemian- surf-rock songs that occupy the space between reality and fiction, knowledge and dream: that exact place where light bends and refracts
Genre: Rock: Surf Rock
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1. Why It All Came Down
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2. Ghost Flower
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3. Green Eyes
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4. Red Arrow Highway
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5. Count to Ten
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6. It Makes Me Think of You
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7. Witch Instead
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8. Source of the River
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9. Trouble
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10. Lost Tears
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11. How to Tell You're Not a Computer
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12. If My Sister's Broken
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13. Light Don't Shine on Me
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14. Whisper
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15. Mysterious Rift
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16. Ashes
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Ghost Flower is the third album by singer-songwriter Kristin Cotts and has a sound that is both fresh and timeless. Ranging from gypsy-surf music to softer, quirky ballads, these songs come from a deviant, subversive imagination that welcomes the listener into that space between reality and fiction, knowledge and dream, that exact place where light bends and refracts, that moment where all hopes and dreams hang in the balance before we know if joy or pain will rule the next phase of our lives. Ghost Flower inspires, deadens, leads, and dissembles.

Exquisitely produced and arranged by film and television composer Christopher Ussery and with inspired guitar work by Chicago legend Andon Davis, the songs on Ghost Flower are simultaneously fun and dark; soothing and challenging. Named for the flower of a plant that does not use photosynthesis and thus can grow without sunlight, the album is both subversive and soothing.

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