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Ingrid Michaelson chats singing on Human Again
"My producer David Kahne asked me why I didn't sing on my records the way I sing live," she told the alternative media group website, "and that my previous records were very contained and safe vocally."
"It kind of sparked something in me and I just took that as a challenge," she added.
According to the website, the singer penned the majority of Human Again at the same time as recording its songs – which include Palm Of Your Hand, Black and Blue and End of the World.
Michaelson has also told the website that the record "means a great deal" to her. Until she found the man she later married she was feeling sad, she explained. Meeting him offered her a restoration in a lot of senses. Experiencing love "makes you feel alive", she says.
Published by KT.Posted on 4 Sep 2012 17:01 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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