Cupertino, CA (PRWEB) December 10, 2013
Award winning artist Tricia Greenwood, who released her first album "No Fear in Love" in 2003, has released her latest album "Eclectic Emotions" a five song compilation through Sugo Music Group that includes the classic cover song, "Fever" featuring bass player, Bob Gonzales, hailing from the band The Syndicate of Sound.
"Tricia’s vocals on "Fever" with bass guitar gives this unrehearsed live studio recording a more naked rendition," said Gonzales.
The album also includes Aaron Madsen on lead guitar for blues song, "Wanna Feel Your Love." Madsen recorded and mastered the album at Madhouse Studio in Sunnyvale, CA.
Greenwood hopes to get her music in film and has been busy working on a documentary that includes a live interview in Los Angeles with Paul Zollo, author of "Songwriters on Songwriting" and a senior editor at American Songwriter Magazine as well as editor and chief photographer for Bluerailroad, an online magazine of the arts.
Greenwood also recently signed with Sugo Music Group for co-publishing and distribution.
The new album, Eclectic Emotions is now available on iTunes. http://tinyurl.com/ludhfg4.
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