Stephanie Phillips | True to My Soul

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True to My Soul

by Stephanie Phillips

Stephanie's progressive folk style goes straight to the heart. She takes the listener on an acoustic journey that weaves together powerful lyrics, haunting melodies, and inspiring imagery.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Open Doorway
3:08 album only
2. True to My Soul
2:58 album only
3. Yes We Can
3:43 album only
4. Katrina
3:32 album only
5. Give Up the Power
3:59 album only
6. The Person I Am Now
3:48 album only
7. Ready With a Smile
3:38 album only
8. Take the Silence With You
3:36 album only
9. Makers of Things
3:28 album only
10. End of an Era
2:17 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Stephanie began writing and performing music at the young age of 9. From community talent shows and large folk festivals to New York City nightclubs and intimate gatherings, she has performed for all types of audiences. In the early 1990's, Stephanie opened for EmmyLou Harris. Since then, she has released three albums and two singles, including "Yes We Can", the song which came in second place in the Best inaugural Song contest in 2008.

Her life is an eclectic mix of political activism, yoga (both practice and teaching), and music -- all surrounding her husband and two girls (ages 15 and 12). Stephanie's music reflects this diversity, but she touches the listener with common themes of love, loss, childhood, and global perspectives.



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John Cottage

Wow! too
It was funny to see someone else's review titled "Wow!" when I came here to write my own review - as I listened to this CD from beginning to end on my commute this morning - and all I could think of was "Wow!". I thought it was really excellent. The lyrics are outstanding - so is the delivery - and the songs across the album not only presented a strong and touching narrative but also have a great range and balance of mood and energy. Have you sent a copy to WXPN? It would fit right in with their programming.


I am in my car listening to your album. I can't form eloquent sentences. My head and heart are full. Extraordinary. Gifted. Passionate. Frighteningly in touch with heart and soul. Brilliantly worded. A matured, rich, pungent voice that soaks into one's skin as well as one's ears. Wish I could see this chic live. Album just ended,switched to radio, Wrecking Ball playing, giggling. Talent takes so many forms. Wonder if this Stephanie twerks?