Karen’s full-length music CD is a lyrical collection of twelve songs that take listeners on a journey of hope. Features contemporary blues, folk, and jazz stylings with original lyrics that give words to any heart searching for inspiration.
1. We’ve Got Tonight
2. Little Bit of Faith
3. Romeo & Juliet
4. What’s It Like in Heaven?
5. One More Day
6. Just Not the Same
7. What’s Going On?
8. Life Goes On
9. One Step
12. On Wings of Grace
“…a musical and emotional journey…” – Minneapolis Star Tribune
“…messages of love, loss, hope, and grace…” – Woodbury Bulletin
“Karen takes the ineffable experience of grief and sings it out from her soul with such tenderness, vulnerability, and courage. The words and music are moving and lovely. The quality of her voice – I could listen many times. Little Bit of Faith is a beautiful work of spirit and art.” – Diane Nettifee, Magis Ventures
“Where heartbreak meets hope, where contrary emotions can musically shake hands, it’s at this convergence where Karen Pavlicin arrives and comes away singing. In a voice tinged with sadness, but strong in faith, she gives us a haunting and wistful blend of blues, folk, and Americana. The bluesy sequence of ‘What’s It Like in Heaven?,’ ‘One More Day,’ and ‘Just Not the Same’ will blow you away with its lyricism of longing coupled with inspirited expressions of hope. Put plainly, in these songs there is both cancer and catharsis.
It should also be noted that the soulful singing of Michelle Edgerton on background vocals is something special. So take off the gloves and get hold of Karen Pavlicin’s hand, and let her take you to the crossroads of grief and grace. Go there, and give a listen to ‘little bit of faith.’” – Tim Hoppey, Blues Critic
“Impressive talent! Karen’s sweet and clear vocal reminds me of another angelic-voiced Karen, the late Karen Carpenter. Ms. Pavlicin’s gift for songwriting shines. … I enjoy every selection on this CD, but I am especially fond of the ballads ‘We’ve Got Tonight’ and ‘Romeo and Juliet.’ The bittersweet lyrics and melody of ‘Stories’ is reminiscent of the classic 70s excellence by Carole King and Carly Simon. I recommend this CD to all who appreciate quality, and who hold high standards for good music.” – Thomas Ventiquattro II, Tom 24