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Tita Hutchison | Hello Love...

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Hello Love...

by Tita Hutchison

Debut original release from Tita Hutchison. Turn down the lights, and get ready to sit back and enjoy. Featured players: Michael Thompson, Leland Sklar, Lao Tizer, Christian Klikovits, Justin Apergis, Sahara Thompson, Travis Newlon, Tim Mcintyre.
Genre: Pop: Ambient Pop
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1. Hello Love
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2. Frost
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3. Shine
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4. Song for James
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5. Fields of Gold
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6. After Always
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Her voice has been described as: soulful with a rock edge, powerful, and emotive. Add lush guitar, melodic bass, haunting melodies and you're beginning to get the idea of what you're in for when you listen to Hello Love.... Tita took her love of music, poetry, and art and poured it into this seductive collection.

In this personal work, she gently sings about new love, yearning, the frustration of being stuck in one place and the reality of life. From the touching tribute to her late father in Song For James, to the smokey warnings of After Always it all comes from the heart and right to your ears.

This isn't a party, jam out in your car kind of CD... This is a water reflecting the midnight moon, cold fall evening, rainy night kind of CD: Picturesque and moody.

So dim the lights, light some candles, sit back and let this record take you on a personal journey.

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