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9 thoughts on “ Lucky - Kat Edmonson - Way Down Low (CD, Album)

  1. Way Down Low was released in , reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. Her third album, The Big Picture, was released on September 30, "You see a show like the one Kat Edmonson put on Tuesday night at Scullers, and you wonder what the heck people are doing at Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry concerts.
  2. Watch the video for Lucky from Kat Edmonson's Way Down Low for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  3. Kat Edmonson - Way Down Low Album Lyrics; 1. Champagne Lyrics: 2. This Was the One Lyrics: 3. What Else Can I Do? Lyrics: 4. 'S Wonderful Lyrics: 5. 'S Wonderful (Bonus Track) Lyrics: 6. I Don’t Know (reprise) Lyrics: 7. I’m Not in Love Lyrics: 8. I Just Wasn’t Made for These Times Lyrics: 9. I Don’t Know Lyrics: I Don't Know.
  4. Way Down Low was released in following a successful Kickstarter campaign and received a warm critical reception from The New York Times and NPR, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. Her third album, The Big Picture, was released on September 30, , by Sony Masterworks.
  5. Apr 10,  · Way Down Low. Kat Edmonson April 10, Pop ℗ , Kat Edmonson LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment. Add to Wishlist. FREE TRIAL. $ Listen to this album and millions more. First month free. The Absence is the third studio album by American jazz singer-songwriter Melody Gardot, released on May 29 /5(15).
  6. Kat Edmonson - Way Down Low Album Lyrics; 1. 'S Wonderful: 2. 'S Wonderful (Bonus Track) 3. Bottom of Your Heart 4. Champagne: 5. I Don't Know: 6. I Don't Know (Reprise) 7. I Don’t Know: 8. I Don’t Know (reprise) 9. I Just Wasn't Made for These Times: I Just Wasn’t Made for These Times: I'm Not In Love: I’m Not in Love:
  7. Branching away from standards on her second album Way Down Low, Austin-based jazz vocalist Kat Edmonson also expands her musical worldview, going beyond the sophisticated cabaret of her debut Take to the Sky and creating a breezy neo-tribute to the swinging '60s.
  8. Lucky you Lucky lucky me. Life is just a dream Lucky you Lucky lucky me. Have you found Higher ground Or are you lost at sea Do you know Where you go Is where I want to be. So cast your troubles into the sky They can be the stars in our eyes And we can count them on another day From far away.

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