Lindsey Stirling - Brave Enough album info coming soon..
|1||Lost Girls||Lindsey Stirling||4:35||USD 1.29|
|2||Brave Enough (feat. Christina||Lindsey Stirling||4:23||USD 1.29|
|3||The Arena||Lindsey Stirling||3:52||USD 1.29|
|4||The Phoenix||Lindsey Stirling||4:04||USD 1.29|
|5||Where Do We Go (feat. Carah Fa||Lindsey Stirling||4:15||USD 1.29|
|6||Those Days (feat. Dan + Shay)||Lindsey Stirling||3:46||USD 1.29|
|7||Prism||Lindsey Stirling||3:32||USD 1.29|
|8||Hold My Heart (feat. ZZ Ward)||Lindsey Stirling||3:29||USD 1.29|
|9||Mirage (feat. Raja Kumari)||Lindsey Stirling||4:22||USD 1.29|
|10||Don't Let This Feeling Fade (f||Lindsey Stirling||3:36||USD 1.29|
|11||First Light||Lindsey Stirling||3:23||USD 1.29|
|12||Love's Just a Feeling (feat. R||Lindsey Stirling||3:49||USD 1.29|
|13||Something Wild (feat. Andrew M||Lindsey Stirling||3:44||USD 1.29|
|14||Gavi's Song||Lindsey Stirling||4:32||USD 1.29|
all great songs even the guest songs but i’m a still little disappointed that there are so few just violin songs. otherwise great album! my fav songs are phoenix and hold my heart!
Lindsey is an unbelievably talented musician. I can't even count how many times I've listened to this album. With each new song she works on she demonstrates more and more of her talent and I can't wait to see what the future has in store for her.
This album was a wonderful listen and well worth the purchase. My favorites are The Arena, First Light and (Target exclusive only) Waltz. Gavi's song really caught me off guard, and even him playing it himself in the last few seconds brought a tear to my eye. #WeAreGavi I don't understand why everyone thinks this album is bad because of so many guest singers. This is still LINDSEY'S album. She could sing her own songs like she did with Firefly(and Assassin's Creed), but she chose to collab with these people for a reason. In my opinion, they enhance the song's meaning and emotion. Every guest singer was an excellent choice. Hold My Heart had the best guest singer next to Where Do We Go. And she's been hesitant to do different styles as far back as Shatter Me's Beyond the Veil. Everything in this album onwards is still her. Long term fans like me can pick up her distinct style in a heartbeat.
Originally I thought (as many people seem to be thinking) that there were too many guest singers and not enough Lindsey, but it really is all Lindsey's music, and it's all fantastic.
I love the album. And I know that there are many concerns about the guest artists on her songs overpowering her music and although I do agree that the guest could have been toned down, this is a wonderful album. Her instrumental work is amazing and I wish I could hear more of it in this album but I still jam through the songs on the daily so I love this. Keep it up Lindsey! :)
I think that Lindsey is an amazing artist, yet the people that sing by her side sort of climb over her, and take over the song. in brave enough, she needs more songs that are just by her.
I've never heard a sound like hers before, & it's amazing what she can do with music to make you FEEL something without even saying a word! I love her old albums too!
Amazing album! Lindsey will be brave forever! Everything is great! She is my favorite artist! Keep Spreading Lindsey Love!
I am absolutely in love with this album. So talented and quirky, with some bomb music videos 👏💙
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Wonderful album! She really put her time into this one. I strongly recommend
I've been a fan of Lindsey's music for awhile now and have listened to her albums many, many times. I enjoyed her collab with Lizzy Hale on Shatter Me and think that songs that pair Lindsey's music with vocals are good in moderation. I feel that this album has too many songs with vocals, which takes the focus away from Lindsey's playing. I hope on future albums we can have a better balance between instrumentals and songs with vocals.
Lindsey has done something truly amazing on this album that she has never done before: she has produced 14 tracks that each sound distinctly different from each other AND from her previous work! Here are some highlights: The Arena: the shifts in tempo are really masterful on this one. It really shouldn't work, and yet it does! The Phoenix: possibly her hardest rocker yet. Mirage: she can play Indian music too?! I am seeing some complaints about the collaborations, but I find that the vocals add variety to the songs without overshadowing the violin. It's a new direction for Linsey, but a welcome one.
The music is beautiful she is very talented and amazing. I went to her concert and it was the most amazing experience in the world.
Too much vocal. Love the instrumentals on her older songs like Master of Tides. Lindsey is the best violin player I ever heard which is not classical. Please keep with what made you famous and just produce the instrumentals.
I love it but I wish there where less best singers and more Lindsey alone like Shatter me was. It's amazing but it could be extraordinary!
I absolutely love this album and while there are songs with vocals, it just adds another layer of pure bliss! Lindsey has grown so much as an entertainer and musician. I just saw her in concert last month for my birthday and was blown away! Lindsey, keep up the great work!
The Epcot of Stirling albums: an around the world mashup of hip-hop, electronic, Indian, and others, this album's an unapologetic departure from Stirling's traditonal string-laden foot stompers. Production quality is stunning. Collaborations bold, with a clear intent to broaden the scope and scale of Lindsey's harmonic horizon. For those willing understand the desire for any artist to expand those horizons, the only real challenge to be found is the continuation of grade school lyrics sung by artists following an all too predictable mainstream formula. This makes otherwise memorable tracks like Where Do We Go, Love's Just a Feeling, or (don't shoot me), Something Wild feel far too canned and auto-tuned to stay with. That said, balanced against the tour de strength of Arena, Mirage, Gavi's Song, Hold My Heart, and others there is more than enough here for all but the most stalwart of fans and newcomers to brave. And if you have not seen this talented wonder woman in concert you're missing out: she is that amazing.
As always, Lindsey Stirling's music is stunning. Yes, there are more vocals on this album, but they do not overshadow her amazing talent on the violin. Love this album!!