is a Syracuse-born singer, now based in Brooklyn. She describes her music as «ghost soul» and combines piano and acoustic guitar with drum beats and vocoder cuts. Above all is a haunting voice knowing blues as weil as soul and unusual singing techniques like Lhamo - a Tibetan-style opera she studied. It shows Doe Paoro as a vocal force to be strongly heard in the future.
The album «Slow To Love» was self-released February 2012.
All night tabla/sitar concert at Saint John the Divine with Samir Chatterjee.
These Kora recordings I had bought in Botswana and then lost. Still looking.
A record album and illustrated book by the Ms. Foundation for Women originally released 1972.
The Louis Armstrong version.
From the album «Northern Lights – Southern Cross», that song is eternal summer.
I don't feel guilty about anything but I do love that «Karate Kid» theme song.
I used to cover this.