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celine bag for sale Daphne Lee Martin track-by-track: Before Huntsville show, Connecticut singer talks bar-napkin lyrics, Sam Cooke inspirationElectronic tracery and aural-collage production coexists surprisinglywell with live instruments and folk-like vocal melodies on DaphneLee Martin's new album "Frost." Based in New London, Connecticut, Martin will play a 7:30 p.m. March 7show at Flying Monkey Arts (Lowe Mill second floor, 2211 Seminole Drive),opening for Huntsville alt-country artist . Admission is . Below, Martin tells the story behind all eight tracks on thedisc, which somehow manages to call to mind both art-pop chanteuse Lana Del Rey and rootsysinger/songwriter Gillian Welch. "Little Birds" "The song's beenaround for a while. It was sort of an answer to a professional relationship Ihad with somebody that felt the need to put-down others in order to get ahead,and I really found that a sad way to approach the world. I love the idea thatthe better each one of us does in this business, the better all of us will do.It's really about sharing and enjoying each other's successes." "The Book of Love" "'The Book of Love' isa cover. It was written by Stephin Merritt of Magnetic Fields, and it's one ofmy husband's favorite songs so I recorded it for him. When the band heard it,they gave us permission to do it and put it on our record." "Night We Fell in Love" "Also from my husband.We were friends for a long time before we started seeing each other, and thatsong is about the night we realized we would be more than friends." "Make It Rain" "In a nutshell, it's away of saying, 'Appreciate your weirdness. Take the long way home and don'tregret the choices you make. It's not a dress rehearsal. You've got to beliving in the now.'" "More Flies With Honey" "My grandfather is oneof my biggest songwriting muses. There have been songs on pretty much all myalbums that have been about him. He grew up very poor in Kentucky in acoal-mining family, and he just had that salt-of-the-earth kind of wisdom youdon't see a lot nowadays." "Smile At Perfect Strangers" "One of those flash in the pan songs that happened on a barnapkin at my friend's show. I was watching their band play and I loved it somuch that I thought to myself, 'It's kind of weird to be watching another bandbecause I'm the one who's usually onstage,' and you think of what theexperience is like for the show-goer, which is not usually the perspective thatI have. And I thought it was kind of nice to watch another band work it, makethe crowd feel good and get involved with everybody." "I Still Want You" "Another really,really old one. When I first set out with the band I knew I had to write a lotof material relatively quickly, and I was playing with a western swing bandthat I had started writing (for). One of things that was cool about the band iswe did a lot of dance music. We played a t a lot of dances. And I thought, 'Ineed a few slow-dance songs.' And I had been listening to Sam Cooke and 'BringIt on Home To Me' came on and I thought, 'That's the kind of song I want to addto my repertoire."' "Five Points" "I had a string band,like gypsy jazz kind of stuff, a long time ago, and my bandmate who was aco-writer and a leader of the band with me got signed to a record label in LosAngeles, and he moved out there. Of course, I was completely bummed out. I'dlost my (writing) partner and I had to regroup the band. But I missed him and had towrite something that said, 'Hey, I miss you and I know you're having fun outthere but you're always welcome home if you ever make your way back here.'" More:,