8 thoughts on “ There You Are - Carolyn Arends - Feel Free (CD, Album)

  1. Acoustic Guitar – Carolyn Arends, Don Potter Backing Vocals – Carolyn Arends, Molly Felder Bass – Leland Sklar Drums – Steve Brewster Electric Guitar [Solo] – Gordon Kennedy Keyboards – Blair Masters Percussion – Terry McMillan Vocals – Carolyn Arends Written-By – Carolyn Arends:
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Carolyn Arends - Feel Free at Discogs. Complete your Carolyn Arends collection/5(4).
  3. Feel Free. Produced by Brown Bannister and Carolyn Arends. Arends wrote or co-wrote all 10 songs. Carolyn’s most “electric” record. Enhanced CD contains tour of Carolyn’s neighbourhood. Juno nominated. Arends has electrified her poetry and created a spunky, folk/rock/pop hybrid, buckling up her deep thoughts for a wild rollercoaster ride. .
  4. Carolyn Arends has won me over with Feel Free. The title tune, "Feel Free" is a great rock tune that returns to your mind again and again. The lyrics on this song and the rest of the album are clever and refreshing to listen to. "Father Thy Will Be Done" is another song that became an instant highfunsetzjahisanvidistsenesunfo.xyzinfos:
  5. In , Carolyn began touring and releasing albums as a singer and guitarist. Her debut release that year (I Can Hear You) was released through Reunion Records. I Can Hear You reached No. 37 on Billboard Magazine's Contemporary Christian Chart in Feel Free .
  6. There You Are Lyrics: I was hoping you would write to me a message in the stars / As if the stars themselves were not enough / And I awaited your arrival here from some place very far / As if I.
  7. Carolyn Arends is a Contemporary Christian musician, songwriter, and author based in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. Arends began her career as a songwriter at Benson Music Publishing. In , Carolyn began touring and releasing albums as a singer and guitarist. Her debut release that year (I Can Hear You) was released through Reunion Records.
  8. Every aspect of Carolyn Arends' second album moves her forward, expanding on the melodic folk-pop of her debut, I Can Hear You. Brown Bannister again appears as producer (with Arends this time sharing co-production credit), and they've toughened up the sound, with tracks like "Do What You Do" taking on elements of mid-'90s power pop. Arends sings with increased assurance, obviously having.

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