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Bright Shiny Objects

Deni Bonet

Available in 88.2 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC high-resolution audio formats

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1
Light This Candle
Deni Bonet
3:27
2
Raise the Roof
Deni Bonet
4:10
3
Einstein's Brain
Deni Bonet
4:33
4
Frankenstein
Deni Bonet
3:41
5
Primal Dream
Deni Bonet
4:37
6
A Perfect Storm
Deni Bonet
5:05
7
Red Dog
Deni Bonet
3:58
8
Palisades
Deni Bonet
5:17
9
Bright Shiny Objects
Deni Bonet
4:01
10
Nuages
Deni Bonet
4:59
11
Magic Wand
Deni Bonet
4:05
12
Bbc2
Deni Bonet
5:18
13
Opus 29
Deni Bonet
1:50
Total Playing Time    55:01
Bright Shiny Objects from New York City-based violinist, singer and songwriter Deni Bonet is a vehicle for her own unique perspective on straightforward rock, classic pop and pure American folk. After performing with some of the biggest names in music like R.E.M., Sarah McLachlan and Cyndi Lauper, Bonet fully stepped into the solo spotlight, revealing quirky and melodic songwriting that showcases her classical training and precision playing. Live, she’s a whirling dervish, a streak of aural and visual lightning wielding a violin bow.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Zip Records Studio Masters

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