“Canadian Music Rocks the Global Stage” reports Epoch Times

Journalist Justina Reichel keys on the Canadian music revolution inThe Epoch Times. US-based blogger Muruch recently commented: “I’m starting to think Allison Crowe’s DIY folk style is Canada’s answer to Ani DiFranco…” and in this new feature article Crowe reveals her recipe for success.

Allison Crowe Zack Snyder - Man of Steel - film set - Clay Enos / Warner Bros.

B.C. musician Allison Crowe with Hollywood director Zack Snyder on the set of “Man of Steel” in Cassidy, B.C. Canadian music is becoming more popular and lucrative around the world, according to the Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada. (Courtesy Clay Enos/Warner Bros)

Above – as pictured and reported in The Epoch Times feature: “Canadian Music Rocks the Global Stage” – click on the photo or newspaper and story titles for links to reach the full, in-depth, news reportage. Or, or use this URL below:

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Delay – Musical Decade Shines Still Brighter

“Once you’ve heard one Allison Crowe song, You’ve heard one Allison Crowe song,” says Allan Showalter, the erudite mystery-man behind the enriching and entertaining Leonard Cohen-centric blog, 1 Heck of a Guy.

With the good doctor’s observation in mind – here’s another one from Allison:

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This, a diamond mined 10+ years ago – and the musical equivalent to kimberlite pipes are richer than ever. The fuller origin story can be found on the YouTube page hosting “Delay“.

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Angel

“The sounds fumbling from ‘Surfacing‘ played out as soundtrack to a large chunk of my teenage-hood,” Allison Crowe tells UK music writer Stephen Thomas (‘We Write Lists’ blog). Naturally, then, Allison chose a song from that Sarah McLachlan album to close her “Tidings” collection. Here it is, “Angel“, ethereal and real.
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From Crowe’s “Tidings” video sessions – different to the album sessions – recorded live-off-the-floor at Turtle Studios, White Rock, B.C., Canada.

Audio engineer/producer: Larry Anschell. Filming directed and produced by Alex Postowoi. Cameras: Karen Duthie, Randy Rotheisler. Editor: Shirley Claydon. Interviewer: Steven Rosenberg.

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Dark Blue

Dark Blue” is today’s song – from the “6 Songs” session. Once more, Allison Crowe (vocals, piano) is joined by Dave Baird (bass) and Kevin Clevette (drums) for this live-off-the-floor take captured by Engineer/Producer Larry Anschell (Pearl Jam’s “Alive“, Sarah McLachlan’s “Gloomy Sunday” and mucho more).
One of the earliest songs and recordings of the now well-travelled and much acclaimed and loved singer-songwriter.
The accompanying photograph was shot by Billie Rocha-Woods at London, England’s The Halo.
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