Raven Quinn

March 4, 2010 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: March 4, 2010
  • Release Date: March 4, 2010
  • Label: Corvus Entertainment, Inc.
  • Copyright: 2010 Corvus Entertainment, Inc.
  • Total Length: 43:30
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  • ASIN: B00382GLEG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #135,675 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

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Off you go and grab a copy!!
Justin R
This won't be just another album in your collection, it will be in your favorite rotation for a long time...in my humble opinion.
finiki
A new and refreshing experience with a sound all it's own.
Jim Jones

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By E. Kelley on March 4, 2010
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Such a great album, I just put it on repeat and leave it there. Raven has an amazing voice and her talent does not end there as I also enjoy her writing abilities on these songs. You can just tell a lot of emotion went into these songs. Can't wait to see what she comes up with next!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T. Purcell on June 5, 2010
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I found Raven Quinn's album through a friends recommendation and I was amazed at the range of musical variance within this album. Giving up the Ghost is my favorite song on the album by far. Her voice is a great supplement to the haunting minor notes in the song. She has the rock edge when needed on songs like "Decadence" & "Stella Jane" while pushing the sweet soft vocal patterns during "Ballerina in a Music Box". Thumbs up for this album!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bob James on January 4, 2015
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This album has everything for me. The singer/songwriter dynamic so sadly, in my opinion, missing from so much of contemporary music, a REAL band of real people playing instruments giving inspired performances, and Raven Quinn herself. This woman is a POWERFUL artist who delivers on all the levels, and I haven't heard this kind of fire, with emotional content, since Johnette Napolitano and Concrete Blonde. Not comparable in sound, but that spirit of emotional confrontation and passion that carries a song well beyond being merely tuneful or memorable. Raven Quinn has the goods and then some, and I'm tempted to say that she deserves a much larger audience than she has, but have to wonder if that audience actually exists in any sizable capacity. There's nothing vacuous here. I've heard others make comparisons with that sort of 90's era woman led band vibe, but what's here doesn't sound at all dated. I'm just blown away that Raven Quinn is out there, in this day and age of formula, calculation, and the utterly disposable.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jim Jones on March 4, 2010
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A new and refreshing experience with a sound all it's own. This is a must have for anyone who enjoys music with depth. The music is just what we needed at this time. A new mix of Rock classic with an old soul. Each track has it own depth, and tells a story that makes you want to listen to the next to see where this talented new singer/song writer takes you. The music has meaning that is self evident, and the lyrics are something we can all relate to. No matter what age, I would highly recommend this musical piece of art.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Justin R on April 22, 2013
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*Cue the opening of a hardback* Let's begin. Right off the bat, the first song, 'Prologue', pulled me in with it's music box charms. I couldn't wait to dive deeper! 'Giving Up The Ghost' is next and it continues the ethereal rock element. "Lullaby' shows things down, adding the crackling sound of an lp into the mix, one of those songs you want a glass of wine with. "Decadence' is my favorite song on the album. With great guitar work and her soaring vocals, I'd buy it JUST for this song! Next is 'Stella Jane', to put it simply, it's the 'deepest' song, with the feel of an anthem. Then came the next song, and I have an affinity for ballerinas so I was keen on 'Ballerina in a Music Box'. Oh my!!! So awesome! I feel 'cozy' when I listen to this song. I hit 'repeat' a great deal. 'The Window' is up next and it is smooth, smooth, smooth! Another anthem feel to it. 'Winter Blossom' wants you to find a partner and slow dance, SO DO IT!! The beginning of 'Angel' sets you up for a 'stop and listen' mentality and doesn't disappoint. I get nothing done when it's on, and that's a good thing. 'Lotus' quietly sneaks up behind you and hugs you. The eleventh song is 'No Fairytale'. This song needs to be in a movie, seriously, the climax of the movie. It's full and rich. Finally is 'Epilogue ', and it finishes the album perfectly, like the last page of a beautiful book. It's only about a minute long but it's EXACTLY how you finish an album. *closing the book* You're still here?! Off you go and grab a copy!!
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Raven Quinn is a 25 year old singer/songwriter based in Los Angeles, CA. Her debut album, the self titled "Raven Quinn" is due for worldwide digital release March 4th 2010. The songs, penned by Quinn and producer Dan Brodbeck, range from dark and brooding goth rock tracks to light, ethereal, and angelic ballads. The album takes the listener on a personal journey through Quinn's psyche, and vividly illustrates the darkness and the light that each of us experience in life and that we all harbor inside ourselves. In addition to Quinn's strong and passionate vocals, the album features the incredible musicianship of George Lynch (Dokken, Lynch Mob), Josh Freese (Nine Inch Nails, A Perfect Circle, Poe) and Blair Sinta (Alanis Morissette).
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