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by Marissa Levy

Is it folk? Is it rock? Is it (G-d forbid) POP?.? Well it is Marissa Levy in her debut album. A fresh production of David Perlick Molinari's pop with Marissa's songs deeply rooted in old school folk creates a sound that is refreshingly unique.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Life After High School
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2. Recession
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3. Ballad of Janey and Nancy
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4. Pablo
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5. Don't You?
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6. Holy Holly
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7. Valerie In Progress
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8. The Bass Player I'm not Sleeping With
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9. Be Able to Breathe
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10. Robert Downey Jr. (Live)
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11. Suitcase
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Album Notes
Marissa Levy started writing songs because she needed an outlet for her emotions and therapy was just too expensive. She was born and raised in Bethesda, Maryland, then transplanted to the big bad streets of New York City. Armed with a mind for music and a 1963 Favia classical guitar Marissa began to express herself through song in a thoughtful if slightly scattered manner.

Eventually, the Favia (may it rest in peace) broke and Marissa moved on to a new guitar and a more serious attitude about songwriting. She sought spiritual guidance from the folk and pop troubadours (Bob Dylan, Tom Paxton, Christine Lavin, and Billy Joel) that Marissa truly believed were kids singers as a tot, as well as modern chick rockers including Lisa Loeb, Dar Williams and Jill Sobule. Through this combination of influences she emerged with a sound that falls somewhere not so neatly in between.

Her songs range from a hilarious obsessive song about down and out actor Robert Downey Jr. to one about losing the innocence of high school love. Marissa’s performance displays her confidence with just a hint of sass, while her big voice and catchy melodies captivate and engage her audiences.

Marissa has just finished her very first full-length album adorned, lookmanohands, produced and engineered by David Perlick Molinari and mastered by Drew Lavyne (Elvis/JXL, Sting-Brand New Day, Santana-Supernatural, Dave Matthews Band-Before These Crowded Streets) of All Digital. She is currently touring and promoting that album and trying to keep her head together.



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Drew Wilson of Wilson Listenings

Innovative, funny, a great step for music...
I have heard these songs from their initial stages to their production. I was amazed at the talent before and now I'm just left astounded. This CD takes you through all walks and all stages of life with enough irony to be called profound.