Tracy Jane Comer | Second Wind

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Second Wind

by Tracy Jane Comer

Nominated for BEST ACOUSTIC ALBUM by the Madison Area Music Awards. Multi-flavored original pop/folk...subtly influenced by an extensive and varied musical background that includes classical, folk, rock/pop, musical theater, choral music, and early music.
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Second Wind
4:13 $0.99
2. Your Pain
5:34 $0.99
3. American Dream
3:33 $0.99
4. Perfectly
4:14 $0.99
5. A Father's Lament
6:38 $0.99
6. Did You Ever
6:00 $0.99
7. A Dream of Last Things
4:12 $0.99
8. The Heart Remembers (Signs of Grace)
4:14 $0.99
9. The Ritual
2:54 $0.99
10. Autumn Elegy
6:47 $0.99
11. Rhythm
4:41 $0.99
12. Lives and Loves (The Hilda Cycle)
3:49 $0.99
13. Bring Me Your Peace
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Album Notes
The debut album from this notable singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, lightly produced with a very acoustic feel. Produced by Randy Green. In addition to the nomination for BEST ACOUSTIC ALBUM, two songs from Second Wind earned honors from SONG OF THE YEAR international songwriting contest -- "A Father's Lament" (finalist, September 2004) and "The Heart Remembers" (Honorable Mention, August 2004).
Think Patty Larkin meets Joni Mitchell.

Tracy Jane Comer, a native of NC now living in Madison, Wisconsin, is one to watch in contemporary acoustic music. An accomplished multi-instrumentalist and compelling singer/songwriter, Tracy earned nominations by the Madison Area Music Awards for both BEST ACOUSTIC ALBUM (for Second Wind in 2004 and for Quietly There in 2005) and for BEST ACOUSTIC ARTIST (solo in 2004 and with trio Sticky Fingers in 2005).

Tracy has opened several tour shows for Willy Porter and has also opened for or shared shows with Peter Mulvey, LJ Booth, The Wailin' Jennys, Mary McCaslin, and Cathy Barton. Her original music includes vocal as well as instrumental guitar and piano works, and is subtly influenced by a varied background that includes everything from classical to pop/rock to folk to show tunes to choral music and many things in between...even a touch of blues/jazz.

Tracy's music has been featured on MTV's reality show "MADE" show and is being heard on radio (FM, AM, Satellite, and Internet) in the U.S., Canada, England, Ireland, Australia, Germany, and Japan. She has released three solo recordings (two full-length albums and one EP) and a live concert video, plus a full-length album with the folk trio Sticky Fingers. Her music was also selected for inclusion on two compilations published by Spiritone Records.

Tracy has spent most of her life in musical pursuits including study at undergraduate and graduate levels as well as years of study in piano, cello, guitar, and voice. She has taught privately and directed vocal and instrumental ensembles as well. She has been honored several times by Song of the Year International Songwriting Contest and is a two-time recipient of the ASCAP Plus Award. She has been compared to greats such as Joni Mitchell, Dar Williams, Emily Saliers, Judy Collins, Patty Griffin, Joan Baez, Rickie Lee Jones, Shawn Colvin and Suzanne Vega. A frequent invited guest on local media, she has performed five full television concerts in addition to making numerous guest appearances on both radio and television.
"[Second Wind is] soothing and expertly produced, without a wrong note in the thing..." - Matt Pierce,
Splendid E-zine

"[On Second Wind] Tracy shows off a deft touch on the guitar and good use of cello, hammered dulcimer and various percussion instruments, [though] her voice may be the best instrument, always well-toned and showing a nice melisma that isn't overused."
- B-Section Newsletter (Madison Songwriters Group)

"...Comer is already showing signs of future success as a multi-flavored contemporary acoustic artist."
- Mad Folk News, Newsletter of the Madison Folk Music Society, July 2004

"Comer's thoughtful, intelligent, and sometimes humorous songs, coupled with her clear, honest voice and heartfelt presentation, are a delight to the ears and offer a refreshing and satisfying musical alternative."
- Clayton (NC) News Star, August 2002

"Tracy's voice is warm, rich...she's a polished performer...."
- Jonathan Overby, Host of Higher Ground (Wisconsin Public Radio)

"The voice, a combination of Joni Mitchell and Judy Collins, is perfect, and the guitar playing is so rhythmic and clear and musical...the lyrics [are] poignant, poetic, imaginative, expressive..."
- Robert Kennison, NYC


Tracy released her third solo album, "Quietly There," in November 2004 (also available on CD Baby) and also has and a live concert video, plus a full-length album with the folk trio Sticky Fingers ( Her music was also selected for inclusion on two compilations published by Spiritone Records.



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