Rebecca Aadland | Foreign Soul

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Foreign Soul

by Rebecca Aadland

Rebecca's edgy songwriting is about new beginnings and living authentically. Her reflective songs span styles from folk to rock to country. Great harmonies, sharp lyrics, and varied instrumentation make this album a hit.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Vulnerable
3:33 $0.99
2. Racing Heart
3:58 $0.99
3. Feelin' Bad
4:15 $0.99
4. Heal Me, Baby
5:14 $0.99
5. Woman, Breathe Easy
3:34 $0.99
6. So Sorry
3:31 $0.99
7. You're Just Right
4:49 $0.99
8. Ode To Crazy
4:24 $0.99
9. Foreign Soul
6:36 $0.99
10. Gems
1:23 $0.99
11. God Stuff
5:34 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Rebecca Aadland's CD, Foreign Soul, (2007), showcases fresh, heartfelt songs. Eleven fine Minnesota musicians contribute their talent to this, her first album. The tracks were mostly recorded in Minneapolis at IPR (The Institute of Production & Recording). Rebecca works as a psychotherapist in private practice, but is actively writing, recording and performing her music. Her focus has been to write songs that matter. Humor, honesty and paradoxical observations come to play in creating songs that seem to resonate with a variety of people and age groups. There is much here for the broken hearted, seeking love again (Foreign Soul, Vulnerable, You’re Just Right, Ode to Crazy, So Sorry), those that dare to look closer at themselves (Feelin’ Bad, Racing Heart, Heal Me, Baby) & spiritual seekers that defy tradition (God Stuff, Gems, Woman, Breathe Easy). Rebecca's songs are partly her story, stories of those close to her, & insight that emerges in her professional work. She wrote the following at the celebration of her CD release, "Here’s to loving boldly, embracing imperfection, appreciating beauty, and doing work that fills our soul! Rebecca is currently recording her second album with all new musicians and a fresh approach. Look for Mazes & Mirrors -- coming soon! For a sneak peak at the new tracks, go to: For more information on Rebecca, go to:



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The more I listen, the more I want to listen. Vulnerable, Racing Heart and God Stuff are my personal favorites...insightful, bold, powerful.


My personal favorite is You're Just Right. I love the close harmonies in your music. Many of the song lyrics ring true to my core. Matt listened to it too, liked it and commented on how he appreciated God Stuff immensely. Hoping for a continued great CD release so that others can hear and appreciate your music too!


Intelligence and passion
I happened on this incredible first album by chance - edgy melodies and authentic vocals make it great listening, but it's the lyrics that take it a giant step beyond. Wisdom and intelligence shine through the title track, Foreign Soul, and there are insights for all throughout. Just listen. Highly recommended.

Laurie Helgoe

Laugh, cry, testify!
Feelin' Bad is brilliant -- nails all of us who get a payoff from, well, feeling bad. Very clever and dead on. And it's got a beat and you can dance to it! Then, at the other end of her vast emotional continuum, there's godstuff. Cry every time. This speaks to every one of us who long for a fuller and more loving image than the one we've been fed. Awesome musicianship, beautifully produced album. Captures diverse emotions and the ironic beauty of the human condition. Rebecca is clearly not only a musician, but a healer, a seer and, at bottom, a courageously honest woman.

S. Abigail Quincy

Gusty and guileless
Much of the garbage we carry through life put into beautifully honest melodies and amazingly heart wrenching singing, so that somehow after listening to it we feel energized, emboldened and most importantly, not alone in the journey. Wonderful!