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Somebody Calling

by Spiral Muse

Feminist folk-rock in praise of the Goddess for ritual, empowerment and justice.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Pele
5:04 album only
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2. Frozen Light
6:05 $1.49
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3. Mountain Mother
6:16 album only
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4. Hello Hello
4:29 album only
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5. Ancestors
4:02 $1.49
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6. Somebody Calling
5:10 $1.49
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7. I Say No
5:38 $1.49
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8. The Sun Rose
6:07 $1.49
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9. Coven of Wildflowers
3:22 $1.49
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10. The Only Border
6:20 $1.49
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11. Sweet Enemy
4:38 $1.49
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12. Lullabies of Surrender
6:45 $1.49
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13. Answer the Call
8:29 $1.49
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Spiral Muse is an all-female, San Francisco-based band dedicated to the Divine Feminine, or God as She. Our sound blends lush vocal harmonies with the voices of drums, acoustic guitars, and violin. Spiral Muse's songs praise the Divine as Mother, celebrate the sacred dignity of women and the earth, and cry out for gender and ecological justice. This deeply spiritual music also holds a wide appeal to anyone interested in gender justice and women’s rights.

"Somebody Calling" begins with fierce and powerful nature imagery before descending into the shadow realm to embrace the disowned and forgotten parts of our collective history as women and lovers of the Goddess. And then, with our formerly discarded and now reclaimed selves fully intact, we ascend with the rising sun, moving forward into the challenging work of seeing the other as our own self and breaking down borders. The album culminates with an anthem celebrating our commitment to continually answering the call of our soul, whether she leads us into the dark corners where the suppressed and forgotten parts of our being reside or fills us with an energy as bright and powerful as the sun, urging us into the next act of creation.

It is our sincere and abiding desire that these songs, these embodied and melodic prayers, touch your heart and stir your soul, filling you with awe at the potential and mystery of your own precious spirit.

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