MP3 GrooveLily - Inhabit My Heart (Back Issue Series)
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Shimmering, lush, rainy-day songs, with soaring vocals: Sarah McLachlan wielding an exquisite violin
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While most vocalists go from being in a band to pursuing a solo career, Valerie Vigoda did just the opposite. On her pre-GrooveLily solo effort Inhabit My Heart (1994), Vigoda proved herself to be a thoughtful songwriter and a passionate singer with an impressive range. "Raindance" is a gem, and songs like "Phantom Lover" and "Illyria" demonstrate Vigoda's ability to be poetic without becoming the least bit pretentious.
--Alex Henderson, All-Music Guide
"Inhabit My Heart" was chosen as one of the Top 10 Albums of 1994 by Rhythm & News Magazine.
This CD, originally released in the spring of 1994, is re-released now (2004), in honor of the 10th anniversary of the inception of the band that is now known as GrooveLily. It is the album that started the band. The "Inhabit" reissue kicks off the GrooveLily "Back Issue Series," which currently also includes "Jungle & Sky/GrooveLily Sampler" (1996-1997), "Brendan & The Extenuating Circumstances" (1998), and "Little Light" (2000). Remastered by Neale Eckstein at Fox Run Studios, the CD contains three bonus tracks (one previously unreleased song and two additional early demos from 1991), plus access to a special, exclusive section of the GrooveLily website, including new liner notes, previously unseen photographs, documents, and journal entries.
Valerie Vigoda, violinist and singer, is the founding member of GrooveLily. Originally from McLean, VA, Valerie is a classically-trained musician and an honors graduate of Princeton University. She has toured the world with Cyndi Lauper (opening for Tina Turner and Cher), Joe Jackson and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. A former Army lieutenant, Valerie stars with her bandmates in print and on TV in the ongoing "Perseverance" ads for "Today's Military." She founded GrooveLily (originally "The Valerie Vigoda Band") in 1994, with a critically acclaimed CD called "Inhabit My Heart" (the original version of this re-issue). Dirty Linen Magazine wrote: "to call Valerie Vigoda talented barely seems to do her justice. She has a great voice, is an intelligent lyricist...and an ace violinist. Methinks we'll hear more of her."