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10/6/2009

The Brokenmusicbox - The Brokenmusicbox began as a moniker for Kimberly Contreras's solo recording project. Though she did perform live on a few occasions, the name came to reflect her ever continuing battle with her home four track recorder and the ensuing collection of tapes (and tapes and more tapes…). In 2003, Kimberly met fellow musician Tony Wentzel through work at The Annex Recording Studios and the two began sporadically playing and recording together, though both were still part of other projects/bands. In 2006, on a whim, the two began to collaborate with a keyboardist friend to further expand the sound of their home recordings. Unbeknownst to them at the time, these demos would soon become the foundation for "Waking the Sound" – their debut album. Though all of the writing, arranging, and production was done by Tony and Kimberly, the album features contributions from an interesting list of notable friends and musicians: Drums - Jay Pellicci (31 knots), Rhodes/Organ- Jason Ruck (Film School), Bass- Kevin Hite (Idaho Falls), 
Piano- Jeff Hashfield (Pleasure Kills, HiNobles), 
Lead guitar (Jim Wentzel).
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Genre: Folk
Weighted Rating: [8 Votes, 4.78 Stars]
Views: 3,346
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Liner Notes
yunquekabal [10/12/2009 10:51:57 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
yea really #@&%!ing good.
unklespaz [10/7/2009 7:24:56 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
extremely awesome and kickin this sites arse, it's about time we got something album ready and pretty much flawless

said too much? oh well, really killer
Richie Isaacs [10/6/2009 9:08:19 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4.5 stars
This is so lovely, and such a sweet voice.
Perfect for a warm spring day
NathanWayne [10/6/2009 3:38:47 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4 stars
it is simple, both in melody and lyric. Not a critique. just a reason for giving less stars. A song can be simple and still supercool.
balcerebon [10/6/2009 1:41:29 PM EST]
Score: +0
the music box looks like an old coke grinder i used to have. . .
jayhoc718 [10/6/2009 12:11:09 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
All the elements in this song come together perfectly. Well done!! Vocals are great, as well as the music. You got my head bopping. :)
paulmars [10/6/2009 11:44:19 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
damndog [10/6/2009 8:37:07 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
this is great
Ruud Slingerland [10/6/2009 6:41:30 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 5 stars
Very cool folk tune. Vocals are really touching. Great drums too.
IrREGULAR ELEPHAnT [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Love it.
paulmars [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Nothing broken about this. Beautifully imagined and performed. Charmed, I'm sure.
mbweewee [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
The accordian adds a nice italian folk feel, the voice is nice, doubled well here and there, overall a good song.
Ruud Slingerland [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Great drum sound. A very good voice for this style. Guitar might look for more adventure over the cool monotonous backing, but otherwise very touching. I really love the timbre of these vocals.
THENAKEDBEACH [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
great mix of textures. love voice and song
from the brokenmusicbox's debut album Waking the Sound

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