Black

by Emma Dean

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wonderdog This one's a bit better than "Red", and "White" is even bettererer.
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Ed Buckley This is more of an ensemble set than the other 2, with percussion and bass. It has more of a cabaret/honky-tonk vibe than the other two as well. White (the first of the set) is available on Candyrat, as well as a link on the Red page. I will also point out that all 3 are available as a CD (only) from her website.
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Black EP is the third and final release from Emma Dean's 2013 Digital EP Trilogy.

This collection of songs focuses on themes from the underworld, dark truths, and hidden secrets. Black EP was recorded on a clunky upright piano, accompanied by kitchen appliances, double bass, percussion and squeaky violin. With hints of Tom Waits, touches of Fiona Apple and loads of Emma's signature theatricality and story-telling, this EP will delve into the darkness with unapologetic flare.

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released November 24, 2013

Tracks 2, 3 and 5 Words and Music by Emma Dean
Tracks 1 Words and Music by Emma Dean and Indigo Keane
Tracks 4 Words by Emma Dean and Indigo Keane / Music by Emma Dean

Recorded and mixed by Fronz Arp
Produced by Fronz Arp and Emma Dean

Emma Dean - vocals, piano and violin
Indigo Keane - vocals (on Cherry Apple)
Janey Mac - double bass
Tony Dean - percussion and backing vocals
Fronz Arp - backing vocals

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Emma Dean Brisbane, Australia

Heralded for her captivating vocals by the New York Post, singer-songwriter Emma Dean has returned to her stomping ground in Brisbane with a sensuous, electric new sound. Her upcoming single “Feed It” is an intimate anthem: Dean layers trademark heart-opening lyrics with addictive hooks. Her voice, mellifluous but powerful, is incandescent in performance — an uncanny, moving life-force. ... more

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