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First

by Miranda Frigon

Miranda's soulful, emotive vocals & pop-catchy piano based tunes, set the mood for her stories about love, loss, heartbreak and finding oneself.
Genre: Pop: Today's Top 40
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Invisible
3:34 album only
2. A Little While
4:41 album only
3. Pride
3:20 album only
4. Heartbreak
4:07 album only
5. I'll Take You
3:40 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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These powerfully relatable, soul-refreshing songs will stick in your head with their contemporary blend of catchy-pop melodies, folk influences and a hint of country. "FIRST" features a strong piano base - backed by hooky acoustics, moody strings and electrics, and whimsical drum loops. Miranda's emotive lyrics and endless hooks will lock you in and have you singing the choruses long after the songs are over.


All songs written & performed by: Miranda Frigon
“Heartbreak” written by: Miranda Frigon & Robb Vallier
“I'll Take You” written by: Miranda Frigon & Todd McCool

All songs produced by: Robb Vallier & Miranda Frigon
Piano: Miranda Frigon
Guitars: Lucas Sader, Todd McCool, Jason Aguja
Bass: Lucas Sader & Bernie Fesch
Hammond B-3 organ: Rami Jaffe
Programming of all other instruments: Robb Vallier

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Sean Maurice

The "First" of many to come...
It's not often a debut album has this many genuinely strong tracks on it, the crown jewel being "Invisible"; a uniquely crafted performance and an inspired piece of songwriting that sets the tone for more to come...
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