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Rosa Del Duca | Eye of the Storm

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Eye of the Storm

by Rosa Del Duca

A singer-songwriter’s raw, unapologetic, heartfelt, first album, ranging in style from lo-fi folk to ambient dreampop.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. The Phoenix
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2. The Ballad of Kate Blake
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3. Losing Time
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4. Eye of the Storm
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5. Your Name
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6. Stardust
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7. Cold River
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8. Going to the Sun Road
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9. She Rides
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10. Can't See Anything Coming
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11. Unfound Free
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Eye of the Storm is Rosa del Duca's first solo album. The songs were all written, performed and recorded by Rosa in a walk-in closet at the Oakland Hills home where she was living at the time. You can find full lyrics to all the songs via her Bandcamp website. Rosa also fronts the San Francisco Bay Area band Hunters.

Originally released Jan. 1, 2011
Edited and re-released Dec. 1, 2012

Thanks to Nicholas Leither for photography, design, and big love.
Thanks to Chris Cerrato for taking the album cover photo.
And thanks to Mark Zizzo for Pro Tools advice.

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Nick

Songs that Stick
Stylistically lo-fi in an endearing sense without ever being cute or precious. There’s a hard-edge in the music too, underneath the beauty of Rosa del Duca’s expressive and naked voice. These songs stay with you, and Rosa’s voice sings in your head long after you listen to her music.
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