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How to Say Sorry and Other Lessons

How to Say Sorry and Other Lessons by Fawn Fritzen
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Fawn Fritzen

Label: Chronograph Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 00:47:00
Views: 484

Track Listing

I Saw the Sun Today; Bittersweet Goodbye; Stronger Than You Know; Kintsugi; Make a Little Noise; Gaslight; With You Love; Show Me Your Heart; Dragonfly


Personnel

Fawn Fritzen
voice / vocals
Doug Stephenson
bass, electric
Melody Diachun
voice / vocals
Laura Landsberg
voice / vocals

Album Description

How to Say Sorry and Other Lessons began as a multidiscliplinary show, a highly personal and revealing portrait of a journey toward self-actualization, told through a series of stories and songs. In Fritzen's first album of all-original music, exploring themes of failure and redemption, of piecing together new life out of the rubble of heartbreak and loss, and finding love. Fritzen boldly sheds light on issues like boundaries and consent, gender roles, shame, and other challenging topics that are becoming a vital part of our social conversation. Co-written with pianist/composer/life-partner David Restivo, the music encompasses swing, funk, pop, gospel, and even a touch of reggae.


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