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Edgework

by Rozalind MacPhail

"A kaleidoscopic salad by trance inducing heart a flutter futuristic flutist"
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Tofino Kiss
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2. Someday
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3. Edgework
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4. Letting You Go
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5. Baba's - Unite Us All
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6. Feeling Frisky
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7. Sweet Things
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8. Tongue N Groove
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9. Icicles
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10. Tears Are Falling
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11. Early Morning Montreal
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12. Postcards From Wabigoon
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Rozalind's full-length album is now here! This album consists of 12 original alt-folk songs for voice, acoustic guitar, flute, glockenspiel, omnichord, toy keyboard, cello, banjo, loop samples and more. Many special guest musicians have contributed to this album, making it a truly cross-Canada adventure.

**$1 from each CD sold will be donated to support African grandmothers who care for children orphaned by HIV/AIDS. These proceeds will go to the Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign of the Stephen Lewis Foundation**

ABOUT ROZALIND MACPHAIL:

ROZALIND MACPHAIL- BIOGRAPHY

"Hypnotic beauty. What comes through strong and clear is her sincerity and musicianship." Pat Carrabre, CBC Radio 2

“Rozalind MacPhail, St. John’s troubadour flutist, most beautiful flute on both coasts.” Wavelength curator, Doc Pickles

Rozalind MacPhail has become one of Canada’s most unique and captivating multi-instumentalist singer-songwriters. She effortlessly loops guitar, flute, voice and toy instruments into her own blend of songs and soundscapes about the people and places she has connected with.

This Toronto Island flower-child sang and danced throughout her childhood for anyone who would listen in an environment that nurtured that. The flute came into Rozalind's life at the age of thirteen, after her grandmother read an article about how playing the flute helped asthmatics learn how to control their breathing better. In fact, it did.

Rozalind pursued a performance degree for flute at the University of Toronto, studying with Douglas Stewart. She then moved to Ottawa to pursue a Masters Degree in Flute Performance with Robert Cram. As Mystery Flute Girl, she has made spontaneous guest appearances with celebrated indie music artists including Yo La Tengo, Great Lake Swimmers, Constantines, Lou Barlow and many others. With a yen for travelling, she has acquired fans from the most surprising places in Canada and abroad, having become both a long-term resident at the Banff Centre and an Artist-In-Residence at The Atlantic Center for the Arts in Florida, studying with Robert Dick (NYU).

In April 2009, Rozalind was invited to the prestigious Dawson City International Short Film Festival where she was an Artist-in-Residence, composing and performing original works in cooperation with Victoria filmmaker Scott Amos. Flexible and intuitive, she collaborates with experimental filmmakers and artists of all sorts.

Rozalind is currently recording a new EP in St. John’s, Newfoundland as she prepares for further tours across Canada and the rest of the world.

as Mystery Flute Girl, Rozalind has performed with:

AA Sound System
Abigail Lapell
Alpha YaYa Diallo
Amelia Curran
Amir Amiri
Amy Honey
Ana Miura
Andrea Simms-Karp
Ayla Brook
Brad Jefford
Catherine Thompson
Coco Love Alcorn
Constantines
Craig Cardiff
Chris Picco
Curtis Andrews
Dan Ficken
Danielle French
Danny Michel
Dave Carmichael
David Braid
Don Brownrigg
Doug Hoyer
Eugene Skeef
Erin Smith Band
Flotilla
Genevieve Legault
Great Lake Swimmers
Greg Hobbs
Hank and Lily
Harley Card
"Harmonica" George McConkey
Ian Foster
Ian Sherwood
Idlers
In Support of Living
JD Edwards
Jacob Two-Two
James Turner (Readable Ink)
Japan Batteries
Jason Bajada
Jennifer Claveau (Likewater)
Jeremy Proctor
Jessica Stuart
Jill Barber
Jill Zmud
Joel Kroeker
John Carroll
John Gillies
Johnny Eden
Jon and Roy
Jon-Rae and the River
Justin Rutledge
Kevin Grant
Kobayashi
Kristin McCaig
Lindsay Ferguson
Lis Harvey
Lou Barlow
Matt Hopper
Matthew Barber
Meatdraw
Melwood Cutlery
Mélissa Laveaux
Michael Burritt
Mike Yates
Mir
On Film
Pathological Lovers
Patricia Rodi
Peter Katz
Peter Webb
Pigeon-Hole
Purple
Rae Howell
Raising The Fawn
Reid Jamieson
Ron Leary
Sam
Sarah Greene
Shawn Sage
Sonora
Souljazz Orchestra
Stairwell K
Tim Harrison
The Acorn
The Mountains and the Trees
Trevor Tchir
Trike
Wayne Omaha
We vs. Death
Wednesdays
Yael Wand
Yo La Tengo




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Wow! This Album will get you through anything! There is something for every emotion. Rozalind's voice is so pure- you get addicted . You will find yourself playing it over, and over again. And each time you play it, you will find more of what it is your looking for. When she plays her flute, its like she's putting icing on the notes. Once I heard this album, I found myself looking for more of her work.