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|Main||CD Folk Anna Invisible (Text)||31307023597778||Music||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 1 audio disc (43:10) : CD audio, digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [Washington, DC] : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 
Full credits on insert.
"These are songs we first heard in small archives in our home states, Virginia and Vermont - recordings made in living rooms and kitchens - songs the singers learned in their childhoods. The characters and the landscapes they occupied grew rich in our minds. This record grew out of the desire to show you the world we saw in these songs - which led us on our own winding path to collecting sounds and soundmakers that would help us in our quest."--Container.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Jeano (3:57) -- Black eyed Susan (5:07) -- Ripest of Apples (3:16) -- Irish patriot (6:00) -- John of Hazelgreen (3:43) -- Woman is walking (1:05) -- Virginia rambler (3:49) -- By the shore (4:42) -- Farewell to Erin (6:26) -- Mother in the graveyard (3:19) -- Margaret (1:46).
|Participant or Performer Note:||
Anna Roberts-Gevalt, vocals, viola, banjo, guitar, vocoder, field-recording keyboard ; Elizabeth LaPrelle, vocals, banjo ; Benjamin Lazar Davis, Moog bass, Mellotron, pump organ, vocoder, toy piano ; Susan Alcorn, pedal steel ; Jim White, drums ; Adam Dotson, trombone, euphonium ; Cleek Schrey, hardanger d'amore ; Alec Spiegelman, flute, clarinet ; Jarrett Gilgore, saxophone ; Aaron Roche, sounds, electric guitar ; Margaret Shipman, voice ; Hanford Hayes, Helen Hartness Flanders, voice.
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