Morrigan | Unbearably Sweet

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Unbearably Sweet

by Morrigan

For soft ears and bruised souls
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Unbearably Sweet
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2. Save
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3. This Girl
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4. My City
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5. Slip Under
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6. Wulf Sez
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7. Leda
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8. Waiting
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9. Get the Door
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10. Flood
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Hauntingly memorable," writes Jay Votel of The Washington Times of "Unbearably Sweet," the debut full-length release by critically-acclaimed singer-songwriter Morrigan. Morrigan's silky, resonant alto enhances the emotional nudity of this deeply touching collection of songs. The songwriting is intimate, uncomplicated, and poignant, comprising a folk opera describing Morrigan's turbulent voyage through her twenties. The journey climaxes with the tenth track, "Flood," as she rises from the ashes of self-destruction to rediscover her ability to love herself and the world around her.

Morrigan, whose life has been an emotionally exhaustive journey from hope to despair and back since she first discovered she had damaged her vocal chords at age seventeen; she was told she would never sing again. For this musically gifted songstress who had sung practically non-stop since the age of 8, the prognosis broke her heart and for a time, her spirit as well. Ten years later, she went into the studio to record this triumphant return to grace; and with the help of producer Brad Allen, created a cohesive album of ten emotionally vibrant songs that are as therapeutic for the listener as they are for the singer.

"Intense," Brian Truitt, the Journal

"Outstanding moments of mature artisty," Jay Votel, the Washington Times

"Unforgettable," Lauren Wallis, The Vienna Connection

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Chris Pascale

Sultry, powerful voice. A real poet. Words and music become one.
I can't stop playing this CD. Seems like I hear something new each time. Morrigan's vocal artistry is enchanting. She can sound sultry and dark on one track and then fun and flirty on another. Her poetic lyrics wrap themselves around the music or, perhaps it's the other way round. Whatever ... she pulls you in gently but hold on for the ride.
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Gina G. Rosset Smith

Unbearably Sweet
A CD of reflection & repeated listenings!
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Jason

I found this CD to be one of the most moving music I have heard in a long while
I thought Unbearably Sweet was incredible. It is some of the best acoustic music I have ever heard.I found it to be very moving.
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Jennifer

Very very awesome!!!!
This is a perfect CD to listen to when trying to relax with the beautiful music and including Morrigan's voice, it's a perfect synergy of creativity. I can't get these songs out of my head, they're that good!!
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