Lauren Ellis | Push The River

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Push The River

by Lauren Ellis

Silk and Sandpaper vocals, insightful songwriting and some of the tastiest guitar and slide guitar you will ever hear. Lauren Ellis is definitely one of the best Singer/Songwriters to come along in quite some time.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Count On Me
5:11 album only
2. No Reply
4:57 album only
3. More Than This
4:44 album only
4. Eye to Eye
5:16 album only
5. All or Nothing
5:31 album only
6. Mockingbird Blues
5:35 album only
7. Time of Our Lives
5:04 album only
8. Blame It on the Real World
5:31 album only
9. Real Love
4:23 album only
10. Time Will Tell The Story
4:16 album only
11. As The Crow Flies
4:31 album only
12. I Must Be Doing Something Right
5:06 album only


Album Notes
Lauren Ellis is a singer, songwriter and guitarist based in Los Angeles and Nashville. Known throughout the Los Angeles music scene for her brilliant and insightful songwriting, her unique voice and her exceptional skills on slide guitar, Lauren has made a name for herself as both a session musician and live performer. Now her talents are revealed on compact disc for the first time, with her debut album release entitled "Push The River".

This extraordinary album was produced by Lauren and she also played all of the guitar parts, in addition to performing the vocals.

Lauren is an active member of the Los Angeles Songwriter's Association.
This album is great listening for any listener, but for other musicians and songwriters, this album is like owning a textbook on songwriting. BUY IT NOW!




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