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Krystle Warren

by Andrew Tijs on September 19, 2012

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Paris-based singer-songwriter Krystle Warren knocks us out with two dynamic acoustic tunes.

Krystle released her second album Love Songs, which in itself was a labour of love, bringing together scores of musicians, recorded virtually live, and showcases her stunning, dynamic vocals.

Here she performs two songs: ‘The Clod And The Pebble’ and ‘You Can Take Me With You”.

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