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New Arrivals, Vol. 1: Artists for Hurricane Relief

by MPress Records

New Arrivals is MPress Record's first-ever indie music compilation, culled from over 850 emerging artist submissions and featuring 17 award-winning songwriters on the a bonus track by Jill Sobule; 100% of proceeds go toward Hurricane Relief.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Queen B (Rich Price)
3:46 album only
2. Juniper (Noe Venable)
4:22 album only
3. Not The Heartless Kind (Amy Speace)
4:02 album only
4. Goodness Gracious (Jim Bianco)
3:55 album only
5. Hurricane (Ellis)
3:15 album only
6. She Falls Away (Andy Mac)
3:06 album only
7. Young James Dean (Girlyman)
3:23 album only
8. New Pagan Love Song (Paul Brill)
3:38 album only
9. Under A Sky (Edie Carey)
4:20 album only
10. Boom Bang (Rob Giles)
3:35 album only
11. Burning Bridges (Chris Pureka)
5:01 album only
12. Change Your Mind (Pharaoh's Daughter)
4:17 album only
13. Desert Heart (Jenny Bruce)
3:43 album only
14. I Will (Kym Tuvim)
3:51 album only
15. Desireless (Michal)
4:00 album only
16. Hard Times (Patti Rothberg)
4:17 album only
17. Featherwoman (Rachael Sage)
3:47 album only
18. Jet Pack (Jill Sobule)**BONUS TRACK**
3:03 album only


Album Notes
NEW ARRIVALS is MPress Records' first-ever indie music compilation, featuring tracks BY Jill Sobule, Patti Rothberg and more than a dozen emerging artists. This album will help raise funds for Gulf Coast Hurricane Relief, with 100% OF all proceeds going toward disaster recovery. All of these artists are fast-rising and award-winning; Paul Brill won CMJ’S 2005 Band Search...Rachael Sage received the 2005 Independent Music Award...Jenny Bruce's music is currently featured in the trailer for CBS TV’s “Ghost whisperer” with Jennifer Love Hewitt...Noe Venable was recently voted the “Best Female Artist” by the Bay Area Music Awards...Michal Received a 2005 Emmy Award for Music...Rich Price was featured on the "Shrek Two" Soundtrack. Visit WWW.NEWARRIVALSCD.COM for artist links and more info!



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Sinclair Lundy, Hattiesburg, MS

Great find!
This CD will be a favorite for many years. I fell in love with Young James Dean and have now ordered 2 of Girlyman CDs! A thank you to Rachel Sage for her continued great songwriting. Her website lead me to your collection of terrific artists.

Jerry Schaefer

Had heard Rich Price's Queen B on the local radio station I listen to and called them to find out what cd it was on .I just had to have it .The more I listen to the cd the more I enjoy the other music on it as well .Amy Speace , Andy Mac , Edie Carey , Jim Bianco , Noe Veneble ...all awesome artists I am thrilled to have been exposed to from buying this great cd ... Thanks


diverse collection of folk-pop
Overall, a diverse collection of folk-pop, that more often than not isn't too artsy for it's own good. The first track "Queen B" is definitely a standout. "Under A Sky" is an understated gem of a song. Rachel Sage is always strong and "Featherwoman" is no exception. And the bonus track "Jet Pack" is pure delight. Definitely more hits than misses here.


For A Good Cause
Rich Price's opener is a gem, but I bought this for the delightful Patti Rothberg's 'Hard Times', which is only available on this disc. This track alone makes the disc worthwhile.

A few hits on New Arrivals, but a couple of skips too. As long as I can skip 'Boom Bang' which is awful, it makes for an interesting collection.