Original Song by Michelle Rivers. David Piland on banjo. Sean Tribble on mandolin. Recorded live in Eureka, Montana in March 2016. Film & Sound by Kier Atherton of Motion Noise with Gary Henderson of Epicfilmmakers. Hills are calling out my name Gotta get out of town Let's go find some land to claim Where there's no one else around. We could build ourselves a home Hidden deep within the trees It could be all our own To do with as we please. ww. ichelleriversmusic.
Michelle Lynn is raising funds for "Breathing on Embers" on Kickstarter! Join Montana Singer/Songwriter, Michelle Lynn as she records her first full-length album! . TWO Signed Physical Albums mailed to your doorstep + An EXCLUSIVE Digital Download of UNRELEASED recordings that are not on the album + a Digital Download of the Album at least 1 week before its release + a PDF of my notes about each song on the Album. Estimated delivery Jun 2016.
Breathing on Embers 2016. Breathing on Embers 2016. Falling for You.
Americana Singer/Songwriter in Northwest Montana.
Michelle Rivers, Category: Artist, Albums: Breathing on Embers, Top Tracks: On My Side, Montana Winter, Falling for You, All We Have Is Time, Sean's Song, Monthly Listeners: 13, Where People Listen: Malmo, Provo, Omaha, Naples, Atlanta. Listen to Michelle Rivers now. Listen to Michelle Rivers in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Ember is the sixth studio album by American rock band Breaking Benjamin, produced by lead singer and guitarist Benjamin Burnley. It was released by Hollywood Records on April 13, 2018. The first single, "Red Cold River", was released on January 5, 2018. Four additional songs were released prior to the album's release, including "Feed the Wolf", "Blood", "Psycho", and "Save Yourself"
Breathe is the second single from Michelle Branch’s second studio album Hotel Paper (2003). Branch co-wrote the song with producer John Shanks, who also co-wrote her first single Everywhere. In Breathe, Branch is reflecting alone about the current state of her relationship. While her lover has been distant and non-communicative, Branch tries to calm down by reminding herself to ‘breathe’. Branch doesn’t necessarily want to end things, but she expresses the need for both parties to communicate better about their feelings if they want to stay together.
Breathing in the Stream.
Complete your Throwing Snow collection. The only bad point is the vinyl masterization. Compared to the digitale version, the vinyl have sometime rough bass.