Title: You’ve Got to Go Back the Way That You Came
Year Of Release: 2017
Label: Self Produced
Quality: Flac (tracks)/320 Kbps
Total Time: 40:19
Total Size: 269/101 MB
1. Stones (4:35)
2. Go Be Love (4:09)
3. Not Dead Yet (3:58)
4. Temperance (4:12)
5. One (3:37)
6. Shelter (5:14)
7. Live Life (4:21)
8. Going Away (4:05)
9. Apparently (3:17)
10. You’ve Got To Go Back The Way That You Came (2:47)
IT�S HERE! Three years in the making — Danielle Egnew�s latest offering blows the lid off of the Pop Americana genre and thrusts it into a new dimension of not only delicately crafted sonic production yet also explosive emotional connection — because in order to go forward, you�ve got to go back the way that you came.
Danielle Egnew�s signature power-soul voice delivers moving storytelling in this hybrid Pop-Americana explosion. �You�ve Got to Go Back the Way That You Came� represents a three-year period launching Egnew into her next exhilarating phase of meaningful songwriting and rich production values where balancing the hum of a banjo against a full orchestral string section and a wailing choir is sometimes the only appropriate canvas for these allegorical yet everyday messages.
And as always � a great feel-good groove is riding shotgun.
Danielle not only covers all vocal work on this album yet plays all instruments, which include acoustic and electric guitar, bass, violin, mandolin, piano, synth / keyboard orchestral arrangements and beats, acoustic kit drums, hand percussion, and cajone. She mastered the album in true sonic delicacy, allowing the analogue reflex of sound and stereo field to be maintained without the loudness wars and their over-compression. A sound designer as well as Producer, Danielle treats sounds as a potter would treat fine clay. From songwriting to engineering, mixing and mastering, Danielle sculpts the message of each song specifically for the listener�s emotional response.
Multi-award winning musical artist and Producer Danielle Egnew is known for her many talents, her signature dynamic vocal range being one of many. A multiple All-Access Music Awards in Los Angeles, a Native American Music Awards nominee, an LGBT OutMusic New York nominee, and a voting Producer Member of the Grammy’s, she’s appeared on NBC, ABC, and TNT, and other aspects of her work has been covered in the Washington Post and Huffington Post.