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Amy Correia, “You Go Your Way”







Amy Correia baritone uke, acoustic guitar, piano
Paul Bryan – electric bass
Jay Bellerose – drums

Alethea Mills – additional vocals
Chavonne Morris – additional vocals
Matt Szemela – violin
Amy Weiss – violin
Lev Zhurbin – viola
Mike Block – cello
Orlando Pandolfi – horn, vibes
Matt Cappy- trumpet
Kenny Brooks – tenor sax
Pete McIvor – trombone
Doug DeHays – baritone sax

Brian Cox –  tuba

All songs by Amy Correia,
Published by Correiatown Music, ASCAP

Produced by Paul Bryan

Recorded and Mixed by Ryan Freeland at Stampede Origin, Culver City CA
Strings, horns & vibes recorded by Kevin Killen @ Stratosphere Sound, New York, NY
Mastered by Gavin Lurssen at Lurssen Mastering
String and horn arrangements written & conducted by Paul Bryan

Paintings by Lindsey Carr
Photography – Chris Strother , Album Design – Travis Smith

Amy Correia “You Go Your Way”

Tracking List

1. You Go Your Way

2. Love Changes Everything

3. Powder Blue Trans Am

4. Took Him Away

5. Carolina Rail

6. City Girl

7. Rock, Tree, River

8. O Lord

9. Old Habits

10. Broken

11. Celli Singing to Us

Selected lyrics from

like a funeral director making up the dead
this thing’s preparing us for something
we just don’t know what that is

night after night passes like a long slow train
i’m uncertain when we might see each other again
i poured my heart into this simple refrain
so you could hear me in it when I sang

i’m sucking on a tic tac, condoms in my purse
knocking back another and I couldn’t feel any worse

i go to school and i go to church
i listen to the preacher preachin’ bible verse
so man people gettin’ hurt and worse
caravans of plain wooden boxes
heroes in the flag draped coffins

he loved me, treated me good
early in the morning burned a lot of wood

Later at your apartment you had an underlying feeling of sadness
Couldn’t trace it, couldn’t quite place it
Something coming at you from a long distance
In the darkness, the darkness, alone in your small apartment
This room ain’t big enough to even have a decent dream in

A rock, a tree, a river, that’s all there is out here
Nobody here but me, this rock, tree and a river

o lord, this way is narrow I push my trouble in an old wheelbarrow
I get up this hill light as a sparrow I felt it in the marrow
I’m bent and I’m broken, ugly and tired
On the back of the angel my spirit riding
I’m going, I’m pushing, I’m fighting, I’m finding
All through the night I been shining

Old friends, offering condolences
You think it’s the end you conquered your sin
Now here it comes again! Here it comes again!
Here it comes again — you wonder if you’ll ever
change or will you always be this way

I remember as a child, standing in a field
Milkweed in my hand, looking for things to be revealed


One of these days we will rise from the ashes
Float over the houses, gone in sudden flashes
With a coat of arms around us
And the light of the sun between us
Leave all of this behind us
And celli singing to us


“Congrats Amy, it’s a slow burning mini-masterpiece. It’s got Astral Weeks, it’s got soul and it’s got your brave, bruised heart and wit front and center. Who could ask for more? This fan is proud of you!” Eric, New Jersey

“Amy Correia’s new one is a MUST…can’t get it off the player…really inventive arrangements and super nova vocals…rare (and brave) vulnerability…reminds me of everything I love about Aretha’s early work.”  Richard, New York

“It’s awesome!” Mini, CT

“I cannot even tell you which song is my favorite.  It was like Christmas when I received the CD last week. I have been listening ever since. Amy, this is a gem! Every song is so well crafted, but not so over-produced that it doesn’t have the live feel I love.  I feel like you are in the room with me when I listen. This album is such a growth in your writing and singing and is a real showcase of who you are as an artist. FUV radio is not gonna get enough of it.” Nick, CT

“Album made it all the way to Paris. Will pop it into the CD player immediately.  Many thanks and hope for big success in your project.  Anderson, Paris

“I love it, love it, love it! “Oh Lord” is ringing in my mind. New favoritest song.” Tasha, PA

“It arrived today all the way west in Portland OR! Powder Blue Trans Am is shakin’ the place and wakin’ the neighbors as I write this!” JP, Portland, OR

“Beautiful.  Wonderful. This fan is very happy. I felt like a kid again…you know opening it up…plopping down in the comfy chair, actually firing up the good sound system to listen with some volume… It was so interesting to see the variety from the 3 or so Rockwood shows I caught to the completed thought here. The different inflection on “Powder Blue”, the strength of “City Girl” and those song I had yet to experience at the end….wow. You did it and I know you must be so happy with the result as well.” Mark, NYC

“Just rec’d our copy of the CD…. it’s absolutely awesome awesome. Got my co-workers singing powder blue!!! Thank you for sharing your most amazing talents.” Michelle, C

"Amy Correia sent me a bitchin' tshirt for contributing to her new fan funded CD" Gary, California
Amy Correia sent me a bitchin’ tshirt for contributing to her new fan funded CD

CONGRATULATIONS on your new album! The instrumentation is really nice, especially the strings. I like the horns, too. The inflections of your voice are really SUPER in all of the songs, Amy! The slight bends, then a punch, then a sigh, then a purr, almost pants, sustains, etc.  Really nice feel and honesty to what you’re singing.  I hear bits of Bonnie Raitt, Joan Osborne and Carole King in the stylistics…even a fresh sound of somebody new like Laura Veirs. But it’s all YOU, of course! I also hear some of Alejandro Escovedo’s chamber sound at times with the strings, especially the punchy parts with them. I mention the above because of the versatility throughout the album. I really like Broken/Open a lot, the simplicity of it, especially the intro with the uke…so pure…it’s sweet. Good to blend with the other songs…I think the strum out at the end, for about the last 30 seconds, is really cool.” Angie, KY

“Beyond brilliant. Can’t say enough about the new masterpiece. Love it!!!!!!!!! Words can not express…Thank you. Thank you!” Alex, NYC

“Great SOUNDS. Great SINGER.” Jim, MA

“Fabulous.Loved the beat, your musicians and your lyrics and voice.You’re going the right way, Amy.” Nancy, ME

“I just listened to your CD and it is fantastic!  I’m in awe. Congratulations.” Marnie, MA

“It’s truly brilliant and you’re best yet. The songs are so cohesive and strong and Paul did a beautiful job with production. You must be thrilled with the outcome!  Thank you for sharing such an important part of who you are.” Kerri, CT

“I’m very impressed. A really fine combination of lyrics and music. I love the Album.” Bruce, MA

“Got my CD today…it is awesome!” Joe, CT

My husband and I were so excited to get your new album in the mail a few weeks ago. It was definitely worth the wait! Your talent as a song writer is truly a gift. We were so thrilled to see our very good friend Bernie Hargenrader’s name in the special thanks section. What a great way to recognize your fans and show them how much you appreciate them…Thank you for doing what you do. The best of luck to you and congratulations on your new album.” Joanne, PA

“I’ve been listening to the CD a lot in the car – and enjoying it very much. Thanks again!” Barb, Pittsburg

“Love it, Amy!” Stephanie, MA

“Picked my package up from the post office today. Well worth the wait. Sounds great.” Jim, NYC

“4 days, already in my CD player in Paris Love that voice. Kiss, kiss, kiss” Khaut, Paris

“Dude! oh it’s on now daddy. it’s so on. thanks for sending me the announcement about “Majesty.” Paul Bryan and Jay Bellerose?! you obviously know this already: they’re two of the best musicians anyone could ever hope to work with. y’all are gonna have a blast.”
-John D.
New York

“I love this sort of community record making. I’m encouraging my friends to do the same and have forwarded your last email along to them.”
-Eric G.
Coatesville, PA

“I’ve only seen you once…the night you played SF with Marc Cohn. You nearly knocked my socks off!”
San Francisco