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Across the Hemisphere is Marianne Flemming’s Album

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welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s feature artist is Marianne Flemming and her album Across the Hemisphere.

Across the Hemisphere is Marianne Flemming’s Album

It is evident that we are dealing with a great singer-songwriter with a lot of compositional experience behind her.

You can already understand it from the first notes. This artist’s voice brings with it the many adventures she experienced around the world and through her voice you seem to travel with her.

Across the Hemisphere is a folk album that manages to speak directly to the heart and soul of the listener.

This music catapults you back into the past and makes you imagine driving a Volkswagen Westfalia through the endless American roads. Marianne Flemming’s music makes you feel free like Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda in Easy Rider.

All the songs on this album are solid, and each one creates a different mood. Some tunes are more introspective and nostalgic others are more hopeful and upbeat.

The production is fantastic, and nowadays that more and more beats and computers are used to make music, it’s nice to see musicians playing real instruments.

A wonderful discovery that I recommend to everyone.

Across the Hemisphere is Marianne Flemming’s Album Out Now!

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Across the Hemisphere is Marianne Flemming’s Album

Marianne Flemming was born and raised in sunny Florida. She began her musical training in both piano and guitar when she was only nine years old, inspired by her father, who was a nightclub singer. By the time Flemming was 18, she was already performing at local bars, and impressing audiences with her music.

As a young adult she attended the University of South Florida, where she studied Music Composition and Theater, earning a BA in the latter. After performing every where from Europe to Venezuela, Flemming made her first recording, a cassette, in 1992. Her debut album, 111 Chords & A Bridge, was released independently in 1995. It carries tracks like “I Could Never Be a Stranger,” “Main Squeeze,” and “Watching History Repeat.” Venetian Dream came out in 1999, bringing fans a number of new tunes, including “Where Dreams Come True,” “Limbo,” and “Evil Disposition.”

Venetian Dream was followed in 2000 by the release of Joy Ride, which had originally been recorded in 1996 as a cassette. In between recording in the studio, Flemming appears at clubs and coffeehouses, and even performs with a Jazz duo on occasion. She has worked with some noteworthy artists along the way, like Carrie NewcomerMagda HillerRory BlockLeon RussellBo DiddleySouthern Culture on the SkidsPeter Mulvey, and others. Flemming’s music is a mixture that probably comes from her fast travels, incorporating rock with a little jazz, a hint of reggae, and some blues and folk stirred in just for good measure. ~ Charlotte Dillon, Rovi

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