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Anatomy of a Relationship
  • Artist: Anafaith
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 783707250106
  • Item #: SRD725010
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 4/4/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Anatomy of a Relationship on CD

'Anatomy of a Relationship' is filled with joyful, sultry and haunting music exploring many facets of human relationships. It is an emotional, inspiring ride filled with soulful, passionate singing. First, get empowered with the song "I will not Compromise.' Women have been known to sing "I will not Compromise" in the car while going out on dates, as a reminder not to compromise getting what they want in a relationship (while still laughing at themselves.) Then you are transported into an imaginary world where the fairy tales have vulnerable, spunky characters and wild endings. Cinderella meets Cinderella in 'I really,really Want to Kiss You ' and a young homeless girl named Sarah stumbles into a life altering twist after meeting 'a lady in a black suit' in 'I've got Sarah on my Mind.' Anatomy of a Relationship is a mix of luscious and warm recording with up-tempo music you can groove to - mixed with tender bitter-sweet ballads. This CD travels through the entire body of a relationship. A FEW SWEET NOTES: Anafaith co-produced this CD with Daniel Shacht. Daniel also was the engineer for the CD at Schacht Studios in Oakland,CA. He is bass player of the up and coming Bay Area band the Bittersweets, of VIRT records. Daniel has also played bass for Jolie Holland and Forest Sun. Talented Jesse Dyen, who wrote the indy hit anti-war song 'Sons and Daughters' plays keys and organ.