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“Back to New” Digital Album

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🎶   These songs have been known to make grown men cry. 🎻

These songs were written in my late 20s-30s about finding redemption through heartbreak. Some are love songs, some are faith songs, and some are a mixture of both.

What you get: 

  • instant download of 10 tracks in high quality mp3s
  • lyric sheet
  • Soundtrack for your morning coffee ☕️
  • Poignant songs to reminisce on your last heartbreak during long drives
  • all original songs written by Amy Goloby
  • contact [email protected] if you have any issues downloading

Reviews:

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

“Very awesome album”

–Ryan McReynolds

 

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“Back to New is a disc of American musical roots and lyrics that speak of love from the perspective of a religious faith. It contains compositions that move intelligently between the acoustic emotional pop and an almost country style of recognizable instruments and melodies that, without further pretensions, place us where the author wants. And that is a merit in itself.”

–MMusic

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“A disc of emotional content, speaking of God, of faith, of marriage and of all of it in the difficulties. Without being prejudiced with that, the album is very well done, with quality and compositions very inspired by this style. Amy Goloby makes ” Back to New ” a very good album, which is easily heard without losing quality. Only for songs like “Least of These” is it worth to listen to this work. Very nice…”

–MMusic

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“Through a very specific southern feel, Amy transpires sincerity and authenticity. She clearly had some tough times and is now getting over it all through music. The use of violin throughout the album is a nice addition to the whole folk feel, bringing even more authenticity to the voice she wants to express. Most of her songs feel perfect for a camp fire evening, while making s’mores. Though some of her lyrics are sad and tell her story of hardship in love, Amy’s songs do feel safe. She puts it all out there for you to relate to your own story.”

–Severine Baron – 24 Our Music