Patricia Castillo | Something Blue, Something New

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Something Blue, Something New

by Patricia Castillo

Jazzy, lounge,smooth.. This album tells a story from beginning to end in an intimate mood. Perfect for a day at the beach or imagine being in a cozy Jazz club.
Genre: Jazz: Bossa Nova
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Água De Beber (Water to Drink)
2:49 $1.18
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2. So Nice
3:03 $1.18
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3. Feelin' Good
4:27 $1.18
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4. The Nearness of You
2:55 $1.18
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dallas' own,WFAA Channel 8 thinks I'm OK! I was graciously invited to be a part of the morning Daybreak show which airs to the entire metroplex of DFW! How fun it was to sing So Nice.

A Little About my Background:

Patricia is a Texas native who began life in Maypearl. "I was drawn to music as a child", she explains.

"I believe we as humans, take things for granted at times. One of those things is music, and the power of it's language."

At age 6, Patricia, her mother and sister began life in Oak Cliff, TX where Patricia spent the rest of her childhood. She is from a musical family. "As a young child," Patricia explains, "I saw the piano and understood it. I somehow just knew I could play." Growing up she found solace in music as many teenagers do. On Saturday mornings, she and her grandmother sat together at the piano. Patricia used her grandfather's twin sized bed as a piano bench. During these practice sessions, she would open a hymnal, and ask her grandmother what songs she liked, or which songs were sung at church. Grandmother would then pick a song and hum the melody. Patricia would learn the songs by ear. Motivated and determined, song after song, a binder full of notes formed.



Patricia also grew up singing in her local church's children's choir, and as a teen in the praise and worship team. One year as a teenager, she was asked to serve as the Christmas program director and coordinator. This opportunity offered a chance to be creative with play writing.



It was the beginning of a career,and she didn't even know it. Since then Patricia has continued to develop her talents and shares music in the DFW.
See more at: http://patriciacastillomusic.com/bio/#sthash.zp3v34Ej.dpuf

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Meet: An Aspiring Singer/Song-Writer

This month I am shining my Spaz Spotlight on Patricia Castillo,...from Dallas, Texas who is singing her way to the top! Castillo’s inspiring journey highlights the importance of never losing faith- no matter what comes your way. Whether you are aspiring to become a musical artist yourself, or simply lack the motivation to do what you truly love- this interview will give you that little push to pursue your passions...

3. SPAZ: Dead or alive, who is one artist you idolize.
Castillo: Chris Martin from Coldplay. I went to a concert this past summer, and am overwhelmed with excitement, even when I watch the recordings that I captured from my cell phone…eeekk! His songwriting is very intimate, and I love the way he rides his piano bench!

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