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Courtesy of ASTrnrnrnrn01 Little Superhero Girl.mp3rn02 Save Me.mp3rn03 Free.mp3rn04 Everything In Its Time.mp3rn05 Safe In A Crazy World.mp3rn06 Let It Go.mp3rn07 Angel In Disguise.mp3rn08 If I Kissed You.mp3rn09 The Birthday Song.mp3rn10 Every Beat Of My Heart.mp3rnrnAbout Corrinne MayrnrnWith accomplished musicianship and exquisite soul, Corrinne May evokes words and music that are both generous and genuine, stories she reveals in a voice of striking purity and undeniable magic. rnrnHer self-titled debut presented a calling card to audiences in the U.S., Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore. Now, the suite of songs that comprises Safe in a Crazy World extends Corrinne\'s worldwide appeal as it speaks of her connection to those around her. She explains, "With the first record, I was pouring out the emotions I felt at being in a new city, having to leave my family and friends in search of my calling. I was looking for answers and the album was born out of that introspection. The new album is happier. There\'s more of a feeling of being settled and wanting to reach out and be involved with the world."rnrn\'Cause I don\'t know where your journey goesrnOr how long it will take to unfoldrnBut as long as we keep this moment shining in the darkrnI know you\'re watching over every beat of my heartrn-- "Every Beat of My Heart" rnrnCorrinne\'s journey began in Singapore, the former British colony at the cosmopolitan crossroads of east and west where she studied classical music and earned her degree in English literature before moving to Boston for an education in songwriting and film composition at Berklee College of Music. Relocating to Los Angeles, she came to the attention of legendary Grammy-winning songwriters, Carole King and Carole Bayer Sager, with whom she collaborated. Live shows at intimate listening rooms including The Hotel Cafe, The Mint and Genghis Cohen introduced her to appreciative audiences as well. rnrnWith her debut came accolades: Harpers Bazaar, FHM, Music Connection and Performing Songwriter magazine who deemed the release, "a touching, enchanting record." MTV Asia featured her video for "Fly Away" and television shows on Lifetime and ABC selected her songs to underscore their dramas as did the Columbia/TriStar feature, So Close. Named Best Contemporary Album by the musical alliance, Just Plain Folks, the album spent over a year on the top sellers list at CD Baby. rnrnAll of this was a prelude to Safe in a Crazy World, wherein the promise of Corrinne\'s artistry blooms in full flower. Her trademark ballads are adorned by a cinematic string section and epic orchestrations and her lighter side shines on "Little Superhero Girl," where she wants to "turn the bullies that terrorize/Into pink poodles that bark but don\'t bite," and the upbeat pop of "If I Kissed You," when she asks a potential lover, "Would you run naked up the street with a tattoo of my name on your behind?" All of the songs are penned solo, with the exception of the poignant "Everything in Its Time," a collaboration with Carole Bayer Sager. rnrnThe river runs and the river hidesrnOut to the ocean and under the skyrnI promise you, the answer will comernHold on to patience and watch for the signrnEverything in it\'s timern-- "Everything in its Time" rnrnWith Safe in a Crazy World, Corrinne May creates a sonic sanctuary of hope and solace "When people connect with my music and tell me that I\'ve given a voice to their feelings, it deeply moves me. Music is my balm for whenever life gets a little crazy and I love being able to share that."rnrnIn her art, as in her life, love radiates a luminous warmth.With lyrical themes of compassion and understanding, Corrinne May\'s artistry is a welcome invitation to be Safe in a Crazy World. rnrn- Dan Kimpel