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Kristi Cowles - Thousand Times Ive Thought of You

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Number of Discs
1
Release Date
05/27/2003
Artist
Kristi Cowles
Format
CD / Album
Label / Studio
CD Baby

'A Thousand Times' came about because we lost our brother, Greg Cowles, at age 50. During the first year of grief, the one thing my siblings and I could accomplish more than anything else, was to write what we were feeling. And that we did. The result is the CD, which honors his life (and death) in a way that isn't depressing. Inspite of the fact that some songs are humorous and light, I manage to not avoid the subject of dying. And in the doing, I encourage all of us to honor those who have gone before us. Kristi Cowles Biography In 1990, Kristi founded Singing Wolf Center and Pederson Victorian B&B and in 1998, Singing Wolf Productions. A feisty cultural pioneer, she holds a Master of Arts in East/West Psychology from the CaliforniaInstitute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. Her undergraduate work was in psychology and philosophy at Alverno College. Her first CD, 'Shagbark Hickory Spirit' contains fourteen original songs. Her second,'A Thousand Times I've Thought of You,' is dedicated to her brother, GregCowles, who died in 1998. Her third CD, 'Woman of the North,' debuts in April of 2003. This CD 'talks turkey,' yet all of Kristi's CDs offer the listener heart, meaning, and a rootedness that tends to be missing in present American culture.

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1) Wouldn't It Be Grand
2) I'll Be Seeing You
3) Snow Lies Softly
4) Imagine
5) The Days of Wine and Roses
6) You Who Left Too Soon
7) Everything Must Change
8) You'll Never Walk Alone
9) Something Good
10) A Thousand Times I've Thought of You
11) Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again
12) Calling You
13) Angel

Album
Thousand Times Ive Thought of You
Main Format
CD
Keyword Index
Thousand Times Ive Thought of You | Kristi Cowles