To the Water CD
UK Based Soul/Folk Sisters
by Daughters Of Davis;
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Blending folk and and soul this UK duo of sister singers bring a breath of fresh air to the Christian music scene
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To the Water
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"Enchanting performers with a true affinity and family connection that is inspiring..a magical entity of musical talent" - Jen Le Roux (Music Critic, Mayhem! Magazine)
To the Water by Daughters Of Davis was published by Authentic Media in May 2012 and is our 20989th best seller. The ISBN for To the Water is 0610373985349.
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“Enchanting performers with a true affinity and family connection that is inspiring..a magical entity of musical talent” – Jen Le Roux, Music Critic for Mayhem! Magazine.
“Currently my favourites are the opener ‘Where Do We Go’ and the joyful ‘Take My Soul’ (a line from which provides the title to this album). Clearly Adrienne and Fern Davis are highly gifted songwriters as well as singers and with their hard gigging work ethic they deserve to establish themselves in the mainstream as a top act.” – Tony Cummings, Music Critic for CrossRhythmns.
CD Track Listing and Samples
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Disc 1Where Do We Go
Heart Locked Up
Take My Soul
Just Let Go
When I Wait On You
So Much Has Changed
Nothing Like I Thought I Was
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Details for To the Water
|Page last updated||25th September 2014|
|Author / Artist||Daughters Of Davis|
|Publisher||Authentic Media (May 2012)|