Abigail Hopkins | Blue Satin Alley

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Blue Satin Alley

by Abigail Hopkins

Follow up to Abigail Hopkins' critically acclaimed album, "Smile Road", 'Blue Satin Alley' is a unique collection of spine tingling and hauntingly atmospheric songs.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Butterfly
4:15 album only
2. Sublime
3:40 album only
3. I'll Be Waiting for You By the Bus Stand
1:27 album only
4. In from the Sea
3:19 album only
5. Hailstones
4:26 album only
6. Ghost Soldier
6:04 album only
7. Crow Wire
2:53 album only
8. Harold's Bees
2:58 album only
9. I Can Sigh
1:39 album only
10. Reminds Me of You
4:01 album only
11. Blue Satin Alley
4:59 album only
12. Metamorph
4:27 album only


Album Notes
'Blue Satin Alley' is a unique collection of spine tingling and hauntingly atmospheric songs. The songs are as eclectic and individual as the processes by which they were created.

Recorded, mixed and mastered in 12 days, and some tracks being spontaneously written on the spot, the album is textured with blues, folk, and rock. Of Blue Satin Alley, Abigail said: "Although I like to leave all my songs open to the unique interpretations of each listener, I suppose I was trying to communicate this feeling of yearning for something greater than the mundane and the worldly, that all human beings seem to have. This is why there are often references to the spiritual through religious iconography/symbols, and a desire to escape from suffering. I wanted the songs though, to ultimately speak of hope and I wanted the characters in the songs to represent the dignity and perseverance of humanity. I hope therefore that it is an uplifting album".



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Haunting and unique
Haunting and unique, the voice and the music on this CD are refreshing and timeless.