Jennifer Armstrong | Dancing in the Circle

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Dancing in the Circle

by Jennifer Armstrong

"Celtic overtones and layered arrangements. This woman has power and presence."
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Carry the Song
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2. Dancing in the Circle
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3. Holding Gladness
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4. I'll Fly Away
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5. Goodbye to the Roses
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6. Eaglets/Waging Peace
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7. Rocky Road
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8. Mad Tom of Bedlam
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9. Nobody Knows
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10. MacPherson's Rant/Pinch of Snuff
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11. Cerridwen's Questions
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12. Meeting is Over
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jennifer Armstrong captures the home-made-music essence lost in so many of today's self-issued recordings - homemade in the positive sense of fresh-baked bread and pie right out of the oven.

Producer Bob Bowker understood Armstrong's traditional roots and contemporary vision.

Her natural, rough-hewn voice stands out from today's flowery crop of singer-songwriters.

This recording succeeds because Armstrong tries only to be herself, and demands her vision be heard.
-Rich Warren for Sing Out!

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