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by Sandra Crede

Sandra Crede's debut Album is a perfect eclectic blending of Pop/Rock, R&B and "soulful" lyrics tell a story on every track with Smooth, bluesy Sexy Vocals.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. What Were You Thinking
3:14 $0.99
2. No One to Love
3:38 $0.99
3. All It Takes
4:02 $0.99
4. Boys in the Bar
3:47 $0.99
5. Life Goes On
3:47 $0.99
6. Womanology
3:47 $0.99
7. Workin'
3:17 $0.99
8. Didn't You Know
4:17 $0.99
9. My Wish
4:16 $0.99
10. Mostly Misunderstood
3:09 $0.99
11. This Is How
4:39 $0.99
12. Interlude (This Is How)
3:42 $0.99
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Sandra Crede

If life had lyrics they would be her words. Singer/Songwriter Sandra Crede is a woman of many messages. She is a wordsmith, who breathes life into her written words by giving them her voice. She has a unique ability to take life experiences and translate them into a simple rendering of emotion, passion and wisdom. Her songs are understandable, identifiable with clear intention. Expect to easily relate to her “stories”.

What not to expect is another exposed cleavage, bare midriff, hip gyrating rock starlet. Crede is a real woman with real life experience. And...she has a lot to sing about with a voice that’s meltingly sensual.

Sandra Crede is an “organic” artist, unusual in the sense that she has never studied music. Singing, harmonizing with the songs on the radio, creating melodies, writing poetry…organizing and putting on all kinds of performances (for herself, with her friends and cousins in their back yards) was what she loved best, as far back as she can remember. Unable to adapt to the structure required in acquiring a formal education she opted to drop out of high school at the age of sixteen (much to her father’s dismay). She knew exactly what she wanted to do in her life and academia was just another interference, in pursuing her dreams. Having always been an avid reader she considers herself to be “self educated”.

Crede’s ability for creating rhyme and rhythm with words is innate. And her voice has a natural quality, carrying with it a sincerity and strength, which overpower her lack of technical vocal skills. She creates and performs instinctively, surrendering to her “source” of inspiration. Her work is un-convoluted. And the result is “Honesty”.

Sandra Crede’s debut album (fittingly) titled “Womanology” is an eclectic mix of Bluesy, Pop-rock with a hint of R&B.

Songs on the 12 track, CD include:
“All It Takes”- A sweet melancholic ballad about lost love, in which Crede exposes, her soft, romantic side.
In “No One to Love” she croons over being abandoned, but then turns the tables on an unsuspecting, cheating lover.
Beautifully written and sung, “Life Goes On” (originally a three page poem, also by Crede) addresses homelessness with both compassion and realism.
“My Wish” is a feel good dance tune, sure to be a club hit.
In “Boys in the Bar” she bitches about how tired she is of the singles scene.
Most personal and touching is the track “Didn’t You Know” a song, which surrounds the recent loss of her father, to whom the album is dedicated.

But whether it's melancholy, romance, compassion, straight-up bitchiness or sadness she’s expressing…“all” of Ms Crede’s messages conveys a truthfulness and vulnerability that engages one to listen. She’s charming, simply because she’s believable.

And when you look a little deeper into this enigma of a woman, it is quite evident that there is much more here than meets the eyes and ears. She is in fact an extremely intelligent artist…and a relentless rebel with many causes.

She is the author/artist of a book titled “Journey through the Heart of a Modern Mystic”, (also available online through Amazon and Barnes & Nobel). The book is a compilation of some of Crede’s original, inspirational narrative poetry, prose, art and selected unedited lyrics, which honors life, love, nature, sensuality, spirituality and the sacredness of human existence. She is a prolific writer and plans to someday put more of her work together to form a second volume.

In the meantime she’s very happily busy, working on her second album and rehearsing for upcoming live performances starting winter 2007-2008. She is hoping to tour next year.

Her unique blend of…clarity in lyrics…rhyme and rhythm of words…and simple melodies, form wonderful musical stories, delivered by a voice that carries a deep sincerity…in between the lines and within the notes.

Sandra Crede’s music reflects the wisdom of a grown woman, while also retaining it’s youthfulness and fun. She is a messenger of her generation and an inspirational role model in showing the world that pursuing dreams is a life long process.

A native New Yorker, Sandra Crede lives in Manhattan, NYC.

Contact for Ms Crede:
Jennifer Newman
O: 212 243-1700
C: 646 229-1009



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I love this album! The music and lyrics get into my head and I can't stop singing them to myself.


Womanology - Wow!
This album is amazing. Sometimes reminiscent of the past, yet so fresh and new. I really wasn't expecting something so rich and moving. Not only is it musically brilliant, but the lyrics really let you into her heart. Her words really touch you, and elicit emotions that you may not have felt in a long time - especially from a song. She is spectacular, and I look forward to hearing more of her inspiring work.


Cutting edge album with a message!