Catch 22

by Kahra

Released 2007
Karamark Publishing
Released 2007
Karamark Publishing
A "Favorites Mix" Album from a melodic singer with a lounge, jazzy mood.
NOTES
This album is a "best of" compilation from work with Coy Paez, a European composer & producer. The album is a melding of Coy's jazzy, lounge feel with Kahra's pop songwriting style. Kahra finished writing the song "The Road to Someday" on a train from Amsterdam to Paris. A week later it was recorded in Syracuse, Italy at Coy's studio. "Share the Love" and "91' Cavalier" are produced by Cezar Hilawa of Incognito, who has been nominated for a Latin Grammy.
NEW!! Included is a Live Drums Remix of "Road to Someday" with newly recorded vocals by Alan "Bagga" Mitchell who records the Marley Family. The song, "Catch 22" is on a musical compilation CD for the Miami Condominium Onyx and is also found in the Motion Picture "Wild Sunflowers" DIrected by Jeanne & Thomas Griffith. Thank you for your support!


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MERMAID TALES Album

Mermaid Tales is a Maritime Themed Album Mastered by Red Pipe Mastering NY & Produced by Red Pipe Productions, Giuseppe D. & Alan "Bagga" Mitchell in the genres of Tropical House, Reggaeton, & Pop featuring Rally Rally Ree on "Missed Out" & Henno on "Heart Too Far". Fado style inspired the track "Harbour of Lisbon" and check out the music video filmed in Lisbon, Portugal now on YouTube. Two album songs are sung in French, one of which titled "Au Naturel" is co-written with James C Taylor which his half of the songwriting profits will go to UM Sylvester Cancer Center in his honor. This song is included in the album in both English and French. 

 

MERMAID TALES POEM:

From the crystalline sea above the dome,

Comes mermaid tales from myths unknown,

Secrets of the past hidden in plain sight,

Coming to light through mermaids delight

But who could argue with the powers that be,

Lest he who knows the magic of the sea,

The majesty of a god who dominates this place,

Whose face seldom revealed yet rules our race

With an open heart take a chance on a siren song

Leading to oceans deep can't be wrong