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Emily Elbert — We Who Believe in Freedom (Oct. 24, 2018)

Emily Elbert — We Who Believe in Freedom (Oct. 24, 2018)   Emily Elbert — We Who Believe in Freedom (Oct. 24, 2018)Emily Elbert — We Who Believe in Freedom (Oct. 24, 2018)Birth name: Emily Caroline Elbert
Born: December 21, 1988, Dallas, Texas
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Genres: soul~folk music for peace and progress
Album release: October 24, 2018
Record Label: Emily Elbert
Duration:     37:49
01. The Healing   3:32 
02. Ella’s Song (feat. Jessica Childress & Raquel Rodriguez)   3:37 
03. Turn, Turn, Turn/Times They are A~Changin’/We Shall Overcome   4:04 
04. You Go to Your Church and I’ll Go to Mine (feat. Ric Robertson)   3:29 
05. What’s Going On   3:32 
06. True Power   3:59 
07. Manifiesto   3:57 
08. Holy War (feat. Amber Lily & Tubby Love)   5:20 
09. Service   2:33 
10. Bonus track: The Healing (Single Version)   3:45
℗ 2018 Emily Elbert
✹      Emily Elbert — guitar, voice
✹      Jessica Childress — voice (1, 2, 6)
✹      Raquel Rodriquez — voice (1, 2, 6)
✹      Ric Robertson — voice, mandolin (4)
✹      Amber Lily — voice (8)
✹      Tubby Love — voice (8)
✹      “The Healing,” “True Power,” and “Service” written by Emily Elbert
✹      “Ella’s Song” written by Dr. Bernice Johnson Reagon
✹      “Turn, Turn, Turn” written by Pete Seeger
✹      “The Times They are A~Changin’” written by Bob Dylan
✹      “We Shall Overcome” written by Pete Seeger
✹      “You Go to Your Church and I’ll Go to Mine” written by Phillips H. Lord
✹      “What’s Going On” written by Al Cleveland, Renaldo Benson, and Marvin Gaye
✹      “Manifiesto” written by Victor Jara
✹      “Holy War” written by Billy Walsh, Illangelo, and Alicia Keys
✹      Produced by Emily Elbert & Dillan Witherow
✹      Engineered by Dillan Witherow
✹      Recorded at Emily’s home in Los Angeles, California
✹      Mixed and mastered by Alex Krispin in Atlanta, Georgia
✹      Illustration by Maggie Lochtenberg
✹      Additional design by Jesse Hayes/Hayes Design Studio
✹      Emily proudly sponsors: D’Angelico Guitars (EX~SS), Magneto Guitars (T~Wave), Martin Guitars (000~16),  Supro Amplifiers (Tremo~Verb), Keeley Electronics, Earthquaker Devices, Lunastone Pedals, Pigtronix Effects, Franklin Straps, Souldier Straps, Kamoa Ukuleles, and John Pearse Acoustic Strings.
✹      We Who Believe in Freedom, the fifth album from Emily Elbert, provides both a thoughtful meditation on the status quo and heartening call~to~action for our inner activist. In a merging of groove~laden soul and introspective folk styles, Elbert shares her reflections on today’s political climate, and also brings a new light to the work of revolutionary artists like Marvin Gaye and Pete Seeger. In intimate, stripped recordings, Elbert’s voice and guitar work serve as clear channels for messages of peace and justice, as relevant now as ever before.
✹      In 2018, L.A. Weekly named Emily among the „Best of L.A. Music“, noting that „Elbert would be considered remarkable just for her guitar playing, which segues from hard~edged funk and blues to subtle jazz intricacy. But she’s an equally adept vocalist, weaving her soulful phrasing nimbly within the rhythms of her guitar chords.“ In addition to her solo work, Emily has contributed her voice and guitar to projects by Esperanza Spalding, Dweezil Zappa, and Phish’s Mike Gordon, and co~wrote Bruno Major’s viral hit „Easily.“ On tour, she has opened for artists like G. Love & Special Sauce, Emily King, Leon Russell, and Richie Havens, and played 1200+ independent shows in 30 countries around the world.
✹      In the opening song on her new album, Elbert beckons to listeners, „hold on for the healing, family / all voices needed / to speak up and to listen, to act on intention / we’ve got work to do.“ This album is an expression of her own work, a true prayer for peace and justice — in turn, providing a soundtrack for progress to come. We Who Believe in Freedom will be available on all platforms October 24.
✹      Bright Side (2006)
✹      Proof (2010)
✹      Alive, in Love (2011)
✹      Evolve (2013)
✹      Letting Go / Here and Now (2016)
✹      True Power (2017)
✹      We Who Believe in Freedom (2018)
Twitter: https://twitter.com/emilyelbert
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emilyelbertmusic
Website: http://www.emilyelbert.com/
Bandcamp: https://emilyelbert.bandcamp.com/

Emily Elbert — We Who Believe in Freedom (Oct. 24, 2018)


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