Friday, November 19, 2010

Christmas comes early for fans of Norine Braun, as the eclectic indie singer-songwriter releases "Lost Tracks Bootleg," a 4 song digital EP containing what she calls "the lost sessions of music that could have/should have been released before 'Modern Anguish' (1996) and before the collection of the songs that became 'Miles To Go' (1999)."

It includes the haunted song, "Touch Me”, co-written by songwriter Kathleen McGee (Holograph of Jesus) and previously unheard, early versions of the other 3 "lost rock tracks”, Not the Church, Please Don’t Go Away and Watch the News. These songs have been available only to fans who collect unofficial "bootleg" recordings including Mystic and Fools Demo Norine recorded in 1993, after winning the FACTOR new talent award.

The collection is worthy of an EP release, while providing an early glimpse into what made Braun rock in her formative singer-songwriter recording years. The 4 songs were produced by James Bowers Productions.

You can listen to the songs in their entirety on for the next month and purchase at cdbaby or very soon on iTunes.

Am currently busy at Rear Window studios working with producer/musician Adam Popowitz and session drummer Elliot Polsky laying down the tracks for the next album. Some real magic is happening and I can't wait to share with you very soon!

2 Videos playing on rightouttv the new 24/7 online lgbt station brought to you by local duo Sugarbeach.. it's way kewl!!

Thanks for voting! Acoustically Inclined continues in Top 10 on Outvoice for both cd and song categories (Climb the Mountain) in October.

Plays on gone fishing for blues skies in Japan, rainbowworldradio, coop radio, and somebody somewhere is playing Ballad of Magic Man I have had over a 1000 downloads of that song this past month but can't trace the source so whoever you are BIG, BIG thanks for spreading the music!!

Gig with Liv Wade was wonderful we had a great turnout, my Mom was in town and enjoyed a chance to see me play. Alice and I also had a good gig at the Richmond Legion for Remembrance Day playing for the veterans after their parade and luncheon with the mayor.

I hope all is well for you and that autumn is a good one!

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