Rana | Starfishing

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Starfishing

by Rana

Undress your ears. Let them stand bare with the vocals of Rana. With percussive rhythms and reflective soul, Rana sings music heavy with familiarity but rare in its honesty.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Tomorrow Wakes Up
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2. Over Me
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3. Heaven Here
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4. Child of the Intellect
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5. For a Day
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6. Hold On
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7. Is It Me?
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8. Room for One
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9. Take Me Home
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10. In Your Hands
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11. I Was Wondering
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12. Moonlit Sky
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Undress your ears. Let them stand bare with the vocals of Rana. With percussive rhythms and reflective soul, Rana sings music heavy with familiarity but rare in its honesty.

On the 2006 released CD, New Like A Stranger, emotion and power run deep. With Scott Spelbring of Dragonfly East Studios lending his amazing talents to the project, the simple vocal guitar tracks echo in expansive intimacy.

After years in Boston entertaining audiences from cafés to concert halls, Rana [pronounced Rah-Na] now romps about the metro DC area. Her writing is ever focused on her life and our place in the day. No stories or politics, just heartache and release.

Whether driving with the windows down or disappearing into each other as the candles burn slow, Rana offers up a song to carry us kindly through. We dream wild as she performs the journey we are all on.

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Sano Tarot

Rushing stream of emotion, baring the fragile heart of a searching soul.
In an arid musical landscape of pop-tarts and poseurs, Rana is the voice of a rushing stream, whose torrents of raw emotion strip bare the cloak of pomp and pretense, exposing the fragile heart, and searching soul, that lives within us all.
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Jill Blanchard

Outstanding
Rana really did it! After years of listening to her play her guitar sing her heart out - at last the CD! Rana's got amazing talent and no one should miss a chance to hear her.
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Emily Rieman


She is really awesome, and is one of the most amazing artists.
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Lindsey Rieman

It is inspiring
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Charlie

I'm blown away!
Wow, Rana is great! I love the dark voice, the catchy melodies and the fantastic guitar-work. This music totally caught me by surprise because I wasn't expecting too much. The samples on CD-Baby sounded good but - oh my, when I heard this music at home, I really got infected. She reminds me a bit of Trina Hamlin, who is also one of my favourite singer-songwriters. Do yourself a favour and buy this terrific CD!
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