Dayna Kurtz - Rise And Fall mp3 album
Title: Rise And Fall
Date of release: 2014
Size MP3: 1930 mb
Size FLAC: 1207 mb
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Artist: Dayna Kurtz Album: Rise and Fall Year Of Release: 2015 Label: . Rise and Fall, is Dayna's first album of originals in 4 years. Says Kurtz, "This album is the most like (debut) Postcards From Downtown in that it covers such a long span of collected original material. Rise and Fall covers these last few years of my life and they were pretty heavy years; My father died, my marriage ended. I moved to New Orleans. I had a couple years of wild oat-sowing and then found a grand new love. There’s been a lot to think about, to write about.
Album: Rise And Fall. Download Dayna Kurtz - A Few Confessions. Rise And Fall: Best 2 songs. Dayna Kurtz - Raise The Glass 04:57. Dayna Kurtz - You're Not What I Need (But You're All That I Want) 05:44. Album: Rise And Fall. Dayna Kurtz: best 2 tracks. For The Wings Of A Sinner, 2015 03:33. Dayna Kurtz - Your Fool Again Secret Canon Vol. 1, 2015 04:43.
Dayna Kurtz is the kind of artist who inspires wild-eyed zealotry among her fans, and there are 3 reasons for it: 1, she's an artist's artist, one whose whiskeyed, determined alto often earns her comparisons with Nina Simone; 2 while Europeans adore her, she's obscenely underappreciated in her own country; and 3, her songs straddle a difficult space between. jazz, rock, and folk, & are pure poetry.
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Dayna Kurtz is an American female singer/songwriter who is reknown for her warm and dark voice. She writes about love but also makes political statements (. in "The Day of Atonement, 2001" off her record Another Black Feather). So far she made three records. The debut album Postcards From Downtown (2002) is considered a classic record in the singer/songwriter genre.
This song is by Dayna Kurtz and appears on the album Rise And Fall (2015). Sometimes asleep I dreamI'm in love with other menWith a genius, with a strangerOnce with your best friend. And in every one I'm happyAnd excited and ashamedDo you mind. I belong in lots of placesBut not where these rivers meetWith people stacked on peopleStacked on metal and concrete. Though it has the grandest dreamersThat ever hurried across a streetDo you mind.
Eclectic Urban Folk peppered with pop culture references and inoffensive jazz touches. Kurtz bears the mark of a talented singer-songwriter, playfully delivering simultaneously open-ended and direct lyrics in a vocal style that is in constant flux. At times she sounds like Joni Mitchell, then Nina Simone, even Lyle Lovett - but she never sounds like Natalie Merchant, which is a nice change of pace in the modern radio-folk scene.