- Performer:Emily Rodgers
- Title:Bright Day
- Style:Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Folk
- Date of release:October 6, 2009
- Size FLAC version1117 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1186 megabytes
- Size WMA version1652 megabytes
- Formats:MMF FLAC WAV ADX MP4 VOX
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Bright Day by Emily Rodgers, released 01 September 2009 1. In Spring Alchemy 2. Hell 3. The Dead Don't Heal 4. Hurricane 5. Bright Day 6. Great Depressions 7. Can You See Me Now? 8. This Town A few items that will never go out of fashion in popular music are breathy female vocals, reverb, and violin accompaniments. Pittsburgh’s Emily Rodgers has all three in spades in her latest release Bright Day. Siren song mixes with twangy guitar at a slow tempo to create a moody, melancholy ambiance reminiscent of Cowboy Junkies and Mazzy Star. The sad undertones of the album may not make your day bright, but Bright Day might make your next mixtape. Produced by the legendary Kramer (Galaxie 500), who has praised Rodgers as "a songwriter in the classic sense of the term.
Bright and Shiny is an album released by Columbia Records, featuring Doris Day backed by Neal Hefti's orchestra, on March 20, 1961. It was released in two forms; a monaural LP (catalog number CL-1614) and a stereophonic LP (catalog number CS-8414). A song of the same name was composed especially for this album. Neal Hefti directed the orchestra. The album was combined with Day's 1959 album, Cuttin' Capers, on a compact disc, issued on November 13, 2001 by Collectables Records.
Pittsburgh’s Emily Rodgers has all three in spades in her latest release Bright Day. Siren song mixes with twang-y guitar at a slow tempo to create a moody, melancholy ambiance reminiscent of Cowboy Junkies and Mazzy Star. In Spring Alchemy" and "Hell" provide genuinely bracing musical moments.
CreditsJosh Antonuccio - Guitar, Guitar (Electric)
Michele Bartos - Cello
Erik Cirelli - Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Lap Steel Guitar
Austin Osterhout - Bass, Organ, Viola
Emily Rodgers - Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Emily Rodgers & Her Majesty's Stars - Primary Artist
|1||In Spring Alchemy Emily Rodgers||Emily Rodgers||4:15|
|2||Hell Emily Rodgers||Emily Rodgers||4:11|
|3||The Dead Don't Heal Emily Rodgers||Emily Rodgers||4:57|
|4||Hurricane Emily Rodgers||Emily Rodgers||5:29|
|5||Bright Day Emily Rodgers||Emily Rodgers||4:04|
|6||Great Depressions Emily Rodgers||Emily Rodgers||5:12|
|7||Can You See Me Now? Emily Rodgers||Emily Rodgers||4:35|
|8||This Town Emily Rodgers||Emily Rodgers||4:36|