Nadina | Fallen Paper Towels

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Fallen Paper Towels

by Nadina

"Nadina was given a small Celtic harp...rather than learning Irish Trad music...she just simply started playing the music she already had coming out of her on this new instrument, creating her own folk-rock sound," (
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  Song Share Time Download
1. One More Glass Of Rum
5:26 $0.99
2. Paper Towels
4:37 $0.99
3. Microsoft Word
3:26 $0.99
4. Four Hours
4:06 $0.99
5. Hanging Upside Down
2:29 $0.99
6. Truth Or Dare
2:57 $0.99
7. Crimson Red
5:59 $0.99
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nadina, heart broken after the break up with her previous boyfriend and band, decided to start writing singer/songwriter style to make it through the long days while awaiting her "shipwrecked" cd arrival...and while awaiting a phone call from ex-guitarist...and while awaiting a paycheck...and while awaiting an answer...and while awaiting a loss of fear...

these are songs written while nadina lived alone for almost two years, no roomie to keep her company, only her piano and her harp. songs of soul searching, regaining innocence, finding comfort in things rather than people, "fallen paper towels" will help soak up any tears you might be shedding...



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Mike Novak

Some of the most distinctly feminine music I have ever heard
On this EP, Fallen Paper Towels, Nadina and her harp give you everything. There is the ironic, heartbreakingly-happy sounds of "Paper Towels," confronting the images of the now-lost life we thought we would one day have, where the harp stands in for one might imagine would have been the guitar or banjo of another folk artist. But you also hear "One More Glass of Rum," where the harp underscores the exotic melody of Nadina's vocal line and begins to sounds more and more like a full orchestra as the song spins and draws you in. Again, the songs strike me as some of the most distinctly feminine music I have ever heard, and the most strong as well, underneath an all-too-real human fragility.


This is an AWESOME CD! Its really has a fresh and great sound compared to a lot of the music out there now. I'd definitely recommend it to everyone and anyone.