Bob Warren | Only the Message Mattered

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Only the Message Mattered

by Bob Warren

The songs and incidental music from a song cycle/narrative about Susan B. Anthony.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Opening Theme
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3:31 album only
2. A House On the River
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3:02 $1.89
3. Daniel in the Lion's Den
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5:32 $1.89
4. Trial Theme
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1:43 album only
5. The Verdict
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1:49 album only
6. Only the Message Mattered
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3:40 $1.89
7. Revolution in the Air - the Word Was Out
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8. A House On the River (Reprise)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Songwriter/composer Bob Warren has written a song cycle/narrative about the great Susan B. Anthony. “Only the Message Mattered” focuses on the early influences that shaped her, and on the famous 1873 trial The United States of America vs. Susan B. Anthony, a result of her casting a ballot in the elections of 1872.

“Only the Message Mattered” has been presented on numerous occasions since it’s creation, (see review below). Now, the songs and incidental music are gathered together on CD for the first time.

The album was recorded by Chris Roberson and features cellist Monica Roach, pianist Bob Warren, and singer/narrators Brittany Rivers, Rebecca Rogers and Barbara Skiff.


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