Miss Kristin Puts a New Spin on Early Fleetwood Mac Favorites with "A Miss Kristin Mac Attack"

Not one to follow the crowd but known for paving the way via her undeniable originality, Miss Kristin strikes again with her impressive take on early Fleetwood Mac songs for both young and old to enjoy.

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Did You Ever Love Me

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) August 11, 2009

Not one to follow the crowd but known for paving the way via her undeniable originality, Miss Kristin strikes again with her impressive take on early Fleetwood Mac songs for both young and old to enjoy.

Putting a new spin on old favorites like "Emerald Eyes" and "Did You Ever Love Me", Miss Kristin croons her favorite early Fleetwood Mac songs in a reggae style production that brings new life and love to old favorites many may have never been introduced to otherwise. The songs may be a mystery to some, but to countless others, Miss Kristin is assisting in remembering an earlier time, with her demonstrative and emotive vocals.

Due to be released in September 2009 on the Big Fuss Records label, Miss Kristin enchants with these ten carefully selected tracks, from one of the greatest bands of our time (Fleetwood Mac) prior to their Stevie Nicks days. This is a top-notch collection of eclectic and classic songs that pays homage to this great band and their music created in the seventies.

Positioned beautifully in accordance with Christine McVie's sensual vocal style Miss Kristin re-creates favorites like "Spare Me A Little" and "Why" with new sincerity and strength. Touched by the greatness of classics like "Crazy Love", "Dissatisfied" and "The Way I Feel", Miss Kristin handles much of her own instrumentation, creating drum programming, playing the acoustic guitar and keyboards for all songs. Kristin features the expressive and talented reggae artist Emmanuel Sallasie on backing vocals and electric guitar for "Emerald Eyes", "The Derelict" and "Did You Ever Love Me" as well as some acoustic lead style guitar on "Bare Trees". And as with other more recent Miss Kristin releases, Kristin again features the exceptional Tom Landry on bass guitar for the entire collection. Erick Thorton makes two guest appearances with his tuneful harmonica on "Child Of Mine" as well as "The Derelict".

While "A Miss Kristin Mac Attack" will potentially manifest nostalgia, it triumphs in creating a fresh new beginning for these ten top drawer selections. Miss Kristin's Mac Attack features tender heartfelt melodies and riffs that remain and exist; weaving through your head long after the song has ended. This is a classic collection that will prevail as one of the masterpieces of the Miss Kristin catalog presenting itself in light of greatness for years to come.

Produced at 2High2Die Studios in Campbell, CA "A Miss Kristin Mac Attack" is a Big Fuss Records release and will be a digital only release initially. Look for it on iTunes and Amazon.com as well as EMusic, Rhapsody and wherever fine digital downloads are sold.

Contact:

Miss Manor
Big Fuss Records
408-871-9135
http://www.misskristin.com

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