Time of Transition

by Kahra

Released 2009
Karamark Publishing
Released 2009
Karamark Publishing
A darker Pop/ Rock/ Electronica album about life transformation from Running in Rome to Highway to Don't Take It Personal. CD Includes 16 audio tracks plus a touching music video about our lifetime transformation from baby to elderly.
A darker compilation of pop rock electronica style music which reminds the listener of U2, Evansecence, NIN, M.I.A, and Goldie. The vocals are recorded by Alan "Bagga" Mitchell who produces for the Marley Family. The tracks are produced by Justin Thomas who remixed, "Crash and Burn" by Nadio Ali (Formerly of iiO) which was #6 on the Billboard Dance Charts in 2008. The album is mastered by Marteen at GMI Media Center who has been nominated for a Latin Grammy for his work. This CD is an enhanced CD and includes a music video of the song, "Between the Moon & the Sun" produced by 11th Hour Video Productions in High Definition. The last song on the album titled, "Don't Take It Personal" is written for a scene in the Motion Picture, "Wild Sunflowers" by Straightawaymovies.com. Thank you for your support!

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Upcoming Album MERMAID TALES

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 releasing on April 19th. Two songs are sung in French, one of which titled "Au Naturel" is co-written with James C Taylor and 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.