|1. The Little Birds|
|2. Broken Telephone|
|3. Rain And Snow|
|4. Lakes Of Pontchartrain|
|5. Only In The Past|
|6. The Coo Coo Bird|
|7. Dogsong aka Sleep Dog Lullaby|
|9. Don't You Fall|
|10. Up Against The Wall|
|11. Oh Susanna|
|12. Light Enough To Travel|
I am absolutely delighted to have discovered such a unique sound. In a broad sense, it reminds me of discovering the Band 30-some years ago, with the loose homey feeling of their music, but these sweet little songs make the Band sound pretentious by comparison. Yes, there are other folk singers, bluegrass singers, alt-country singers with girlish voices who make beautiful music. But none of them makes music like this, and this CD has become an indispensable part of my collection.
It isn't that there is a remarkable voice here, or an amazing instrumentalist. It's the creation of a sound that's truly their own. I'm not sure I'd go as far as those below who call it angelic, but it's surely a sweet, if light, pleasure.
Cheers to all of ya (and Be Good, you Canadian and Texas
Tanya girls ... I'm looking for you to show up in New
Orleans. I'm holding my breath.)
-- Charlie D.