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Music Releases (more headlines) 10-18-2011

Kiyomi: Child In Me

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Website: http://www.kiyomimusic.com
Music: http://hotfile.com/dl/125356674/4c346f8/Why_by_KIYOMI.wma.html
Artist: Kiyomi
Release: “Child in Me”
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Reviewed by: Savannah Blacc

Kiyomi’s, “Child in Me”, is the timelessness music has been missing. With crossover appeal from jazzy songs like, “Blue Eyes” to more up-tempo rock influences like, “Why”, which happens to be doing extremely well on radio, this album has the qualities to stand the test of time. It’s no wonder it hit #1 on WAUG radio in Illinois and on M3 Radio in New York City.

The album starts off with the heartfelt, “Child in Me”, in which the lyrics convey a naïve realization of facing fears and reality. You almost want to comfort her innocence. This emotion threads throughout the first half of the album on songs like, “Little Girl Smiling” where she describes a hurt girl putting on a forced smile for the world, and “My Place”, where a hurt girl retracts to a mental place where she can no longer be harmed. The album also features celebrated violinist, Kurt Coble (from the orchestra of Broadway play Phantom of the Opera), on four tracks, including a violin solo on, “Flustered”.

Towards the middle of the album, she begins to show growth and signs of maturing. On song, “And One Day You’ll Know”, she is finally being able to realize even through dark times she can still smile through her pain. She even begins to open up about love in songs, “Mysterious You” and “Blue Eyes” in which she describes finding comfort in someone as a opposed to being so lonely in the beginning of the album.

As it seems throughout the remainder of the album, Kiyomi begins to acknowledge reality; the album closes off with a return to the original track, “Child in Me Reprise.” This backtrack gives the impression that even throughout the strength and growth that she has acquired she still believes there will indeed always be a “child in me.”

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