Miriam Halleen | The First Slice of Earth Pie

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The First Slice of Earth Pie

by Miriam Halleen

When the silence was no longer what was necessary, I spoke. I sang a song.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. The First Slice of Earth Pie
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2. Landmarks
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3. Invisible Man
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4. Beehives
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5. The Eve of Something Great
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6. Thank You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
When I was in high school, a friend nicknamed me Serene Halleen. While the name hasn't necessarily stuck, the essence of it certainly has. You can sense that peace in pretty much every aspect of my life, including my music. I like writing about people and the way they interact--our symbiotic relationships. I'm very observant and view music writing as a means of processing all I take in with my five senses. While I do look at life like a song, the majority of my day is not filled with literal singing...In the afternoons I direct a non-profit children's program called Friendship Place and in the mornings I work at a coffee shop. But most of all, I listen. The songs come when I listen.

This album is a compilation of songs I wrote in 2013. It's been a big learning year, and metaphorically speaking I believe I've eaten my first slice of earth pie. The album explores the importance of gratitude, vulnerability, and communication--including
silence--especially in human relationships. There is also an underlying pulse of connectedness to each other, the earth, and our Creator.

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