Chris Chandler | So, Where Ya Headed?

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So, Where Ya Headed?

by Chris Chandler

A powerful and thought provoking collage of spoken word and Americana. Funny. Insightful. Unusual.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. So, Where Ya Headed?
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2. GOd Fearing Agnostic
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3. The Lousy Parts of Socialism
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4. 9th Ward New Orleans #5
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5. American Idle
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6. Stone Mtn
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7. Victoria
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8. Thoughts on Fabric #2
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9. Wyoming
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Poet and storyteller Chris Chandler has teamed up with Seattle's Paul Benoit. Together they are is as hilarious and entertaining as they are provocative and rabble-rousing, delivering vignettes about politics and modern culture with the fire of a Baptist Preacher.

His appearances are insightful tales of a world gone slightly mad, accompanied by a wide variety of musical styles. He has performed on thousands of stages across North America, working with such legendary figures as Allen Ginsberg, Pete Seeger, Mojo Nixon and Ani DiFranco. The late great Utah Phillips called Chris "the best performance poet I have ever seen."


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