Seattle Mornin' (Single release)

by Kathy Muir

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This project was a labor of love which took nearly two years to complete. From its very beginnings in a Seattle, WA hotel room, to the scoring of prose inspired by Picasso's works, to finding a cubist painter who would not only be able to represent the lyrics of the song but be filmed doing so. The culmination of all this was a music video whose 'visualscape' truly captured the sense of the song.

The music video is now on kathymuir.com or click below to go watch it directly on You Tube youtu.be/Rg_dxqnhu4k

For more information about the painter: pglarson.com
For more information about the filmmaker: markusinnocenti.com

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released November 18, 2014

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Kathy Muir Stamford, Connecticut

Kathy brings a unique spectrum of songs to the stage. Whilst comfortable playing acoustic pop, her jazz and blues influences weave through her songs. Kathy's vocal and lyrical style remains singular and instantly identifiable: an expressive range that is soft and intimate, yet sassy and upbeat with a natural, unforced delivery that captures the imagination. ... more

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Track Name: Seattle Mornin'
Words may fall onto the ground
Shatter so that all around
Will hear their call
Pick each piece up one by one
Then scatter them toward the sun
See them rise and fall
Abstract in its infancy
The painter brushes steadily
With strokes, deep and narrow
Curving, swirling silently
With movements that so gracefully
Reveal the form

Before the mask took you away
And sculptures finely made of clay
The work you portrayed
Was so much more transparent than
The subjects painted by your hand
Today, on display

A cacophony of shades and hues
Dissonant yet widely viewed
Now you had an unveiling
They said it was a masterpiece
When the opening curtain then revealed
A face scored with prose, like a ghost in reverie