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Grow to Catch the Wind

Grow to Catch the Wind

  • Door Amy Obenski
  • Release 11-10-2011
  • Muziekgenre Folk
  • Media-indeling CD
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Amy's fourth album, Grow to Catch the Wind (2011), takes her multi-layered sound to new levels. A string quartet, layered harmonies, and howling cello solos all join with her signature soaring vocals, piano and guitar. Amy's lyrical confessions pierce through the sonic complexity, perhaps more than ever. The album, her most brave and honest work yet, is the culmination of several years of soul-searching, a cycle of death and rebirth. Amy's eclectic sound draws on her background in classical and jazz, and influences ranging from folk to funk. "Music has always been ingrained in my life," says Amy. "It's in my breath. People ask my influences but it's really hard to say. Mozart, Billy Holiday, Prince, Bob Dylan.... They're all in there." Amy began studying music in kindergarten, and continued throughout her childhood, singing in her school choir and taking piano lessons. The haunting and ethereal style of Amy's songs has drawn the attention of audiences and critics alike. Her track, Carousel, from Amy's second album, Kite, was featured in the TV show, Grey's Anatomy, and numerous other tracks have been used regularly for programs on MTV. Her music can also be heard regularly on KZSC radio in Santa Cruz as well as other stations around California and also in the documentary titled, I Do: A Marital Discord in America. Amy's silky vocals would feel right at home in a smoky urban bar, but those familiar with natural landscape of Santa Cruz, California, will hear the influence of her chosen home in her music. Even on days when sun bathes Santa Cruz's rocky coast, a chill breeze can seep in from the bay and fog lurks in the mountains. This closeness to nature drove Amy to organize fundraisers for the Sempervirens Fund, a non-profit that purchases redwood forest in the Santa Cruz Mountains for preservation. The benefit concert series, titled Take Back Your Forest, has already raised thousands of dollars for the fund. In addition to playing regularly for her loyal following in the Monterey Bay area, Amy performs up and down the West Coast of the U.S., including at venues such as Genghis Cohen in Los Angeles and Yoshi's Lounge in San Francisco. This September Amy embarked on her first European tour. The songwriter has been working overtime for the last year to make it all happen. 'I couldn't wait to finish the new album and I didn't want to put off the Europe tour either. It felt like I needed to get some things out of my system. I purged the old to make room for the new.' 'With Jazz-steeped compositions that move from haunting to soothing in one intuitive swoop... we find a talented artist reaching her creative peak. Soaking up the eclectic beauty of her surrounding Santa Cruz and infusing it into her music, Obenski's honey-flowing tunes possess incredible depth and a natural grace.' - Performer Magazine 'Amy Obenski is the sort of artist who deserves to achieve big things, and with any luck she'll do just that and ride the wave of the female singer/songwriter genre in it's post-Feist-iPod resurgence... it is likely that her new release From the Deep will continue her rise to stardom.' - Silicon Valley Metro.

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Kunstenaar: Amy Obenski
Titel: Grow to Catch the Wind
Genre: Folk
Releasedatum: 11-10-2011
Label: CD Baby
Media-indeling: CD
UPC: 884501593854

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