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Sandra Grace

by Sandra Grace

Sensual electronica with some indie rock and experimental surprises.
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. This Attraction
4:55 $0.99
2. Here With You
4:30 $0.99
3. Open Heart
4:45 $0.99
4. Intimately
3:46 $0.99
5. Epiphany
2:54 $0.99
6. Do You Have A Lover? (original indie experimental version)
3:05 $0.99
7. Vicious Ass Nocturne (original indie experimental version)
1:30 $0.99
8. Do You Have A Lover? (instrumental--original indie experimental)
3:04 $0.99
9. Santu
2:40 $0.99
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\"Sandra Grace’s self-titled debut immediately evokes traces of Dido and Saint Etienne’s Sarah Cracknell, with a little less of the European flair of the latter. It’s a refreshing taste of influences that could find itself on your Sunday morning chill out mix tape before you realize it.\" -Derek Blackmon,

\"Sandra Grace is the latest triple \'S\' singer. Sultry, Sexy and Soothing is not enough to describe her.\"

\"...Sandra Grace wrestles with matters of the heart on her eponymous debut disc. She poses the musical question \'what do I do?\' on \'This Attraction,\' a richly layered harmonic track, and addresses the question of whether or not a lover knows the extent of her love on \'Here With You.\' It\'s not all bouquets and heart-shaped boxes of chocolates as you can hear on \'Epiphany\' (on which she is accompanied by Zecarlos and Walker T. Pettibone), and Grace displays a wicked good sense of humor on the \'bad New Yawk accent remix\' of the funky and funny dance track \'Do You Have A Lover?\'\" -Gregg Shapiro, Baltimore Outloud

\"Originally from Brooklyn, NY, Sandra Grace loves to travel the world and make fun of bad New Yawk City accents. Technology meets spirituality on her eponymous CD, which also offers a few other surprises. Three gorgeously flowing collaborations with Grammy-nominated composer/producer Paul Avgerinos precede \'Epiphany,\' a throwback to her earlier days as founder and lead singer of New York City rock band Sister Sez. There\'s also a song inspired by a woman whose derriere was so fine that she literally caused a traffic accident.\" -Outmusic

\"On her self-titled CD, Sandra Grace doesn\'t just focus on one genre or even two for that matter. The listener gets electronic, a rock tune, classical sampling and a soothing instrumental as the final track. In other words, there\'s something for every musical taste. \'This Attraction,\' a sexy, sultry confession, is the opening song of the CD. On this track, Ms. Grace sounds a bit like Sarah McLachlan and Dido.... The final track, \'Santu,\' (her grandfather\'s nickname) is dedicated to his memory. The prevailing melody in this song is the six-note tune of her grandparents\' doorbell. Although I enjoyed all the songs on this CD, mostly because I appreciate all the variety, I especially liked this instrumental piece.\" -Adela Brito

\"New York resident songwriter/producer/performing & recording artist. Richly produced with honest emotive lyrics. Sandra says of her debut eponymous CD that \'three of my songs, produced by Grammy nominee Paul Avgerinos, have been informally crowned \'best lovemaking music\'... however \'Do You Have A Lover (bad New Yawk accent remix)\' is a fine female perspective compliment to Wayne G\'s 90\'s dancefloor epic \'Twisted\'. Sandra\'s recording career is off to a great start.\" -John Frame, Queerradio (Brisbane, Australia)



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Four stars for Sultry, sexy and seductive!