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The Music: Solo Albums - Innersense.

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About This Album.
Release Date: 2005  |  Cat. No: AD54CD   |  Total Tracks: 10  |  Total Running Time: 50:17.
Review: "Oh boy, is all I can say about 'Innersense'. It is fantastic. It's so beautiful that it hurts." (ARFM, UK).
Bekki originally never intended the music on 'Innersense' to be released because it's highly personal to her, written as it was to help her cope with an extremely painful time in her life. Thankfully, she relented. Within days of its release, 'Innersense' received a multitude of rave reviews and touching comments from around the globe from fans and critics alike, with many citing the album as Bekki's 'magnum opus'. Tracks from 'Innersense' can be heard on numerous compilation albums world-wide and continue to hit the airwaves on a regular basis. 'Innersense' is Bekki's best-selling album to date by far.

Featuring live flute playing by Bekki on two tracks ('A Breath Away' and 'Torn'), along with some of the most moving, poignant and orchestral arrangements she's yet composed, 'Innersense' is a must-have for any music lover's collection. With this album, Bekki lays her emotions bare and gives us her most personal music, straight from the heart. The album perfectly showcases her natural gift for melody, and clearly shows her marked evolution as a musician and composer in recent years.

As far as her favourite tracks go, she can't choose between 'A Breath Away' and 'Torn' - although it still hurts her to listen to either of these (even if she won't admit it). So don't expect to find them playing in her cottage if you ever visit. However, she also has a soft spot for 'Subliminal Sensuality', which she DOES play a lot. Very loudly.

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