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storydwelling

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Recently I was given the opportunity to receive and review Heather Lyn’s new CD, “Storydwelling.” Now, I have to start out with a little disclaimer; I normally do not review music CDs, so this is a new experience for me. I hope I get it right! Another thing I think I need to share is that my personal music tastes run more towards Linkin Park or Everlast (House of Pain days were great) because, as music goes, I am a lyrics man and love the story of music.

As you all know, I am a very honest, straight shooting kind of guy – so let me start by sharing a very important truth about Heather’s CD – you so need to add this CD to your listening, you will not be disappointed – it is amazing. To give you an idea of how I like the CD – it has not been out of my player since I received it.

Because I am drawn to the story, even the idea of the title “Storydwelling” spoke to me – the idea of dwelling, living, in the story set the mode for me long before I put the CD in my player, and to be honest I was not disappointed. Heather’s ability to tell the story, to share that story with some great music, is amazing. Songs like Jack Riddle, Be The Love and Peace on Earth (to name just a few) are filled with images of grace and love. Powerful stories, so powerful, that when you hear them you want to hear them again, and again and again.

If you are looking for a CD that will share with you the story, and share them with great music, I highly recommend you preorder “Storydwelling” – so much so, I am going to break a personal rule and share a link in this article on where to get a copy – http://www.heatherlynmusic.com/

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