Melanie Dekker | Secret Spot

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Secret Spot

by Melanie Dekker

A voice like chocolate intertwined with 'home-made' hit music and a roots-pop vibe.
Genre: Easy Listening: Soft Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Memories of You
3:26 $1.09
2. Front Row
2:44 $1.09
3. More Human
2:52 $1.09
4. Ginned Up
3:50 $1.09
5. Try Me (The Basket Song)
3:24 $1.09
6. Always Gonna Be
3:39 $1.09
7. Te Amo Mucho
3:29 $1.09
8. Secret Spot
2:59 $1.09
9. Better When We Do
2:18 $1.09
10. When It’s Over
2:54 $1.09
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
A new spirited and dynamic Melanie Dekker album, recorded with award-winning Canadian producer Sheldon Zaharko, and supported by Creative BC and the Government of British Columbia.

A collection of 10 songs that will take you to a few special corners of your heart. There is depth & variety, and the more you listen the sweeter the details get.. Each song visits a time, and a place, where a feeling glues that moment together. The pace is somewhat like walking through a city on a sunny day where the wind is howling and seems to chase you, as it’s strength differs with every turn you make. “This folk-pop record was mostly influenced by the last 100 shows, journeys experienced with my family & dearest friends over the last 5 years, and paying attention to the ‘quiver’ you get when something makes the hair on your arms stand up. The music I listened to these past few years (‘City & Colour’, ‘Tom Petty’, ‘The Band’, ‘John Mayer’,’Ed Sheeran’) and inevitably some heartbreak also played a part.”

The backbone of most of the tracks are my acoustic guitar, and then I coloured the songs with my favourite musicians and instruments. I also dared to use my fingers on the piano track on ‘Always Gonna Be’, gently strummed the Ukulele on ‘More Human’, got funky with the Wurlitzer piano on ‘Better when we do’, and gently hammered it all home on a Rhodes Piano on ‘When it’s over’ – the final and most gentle track.



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