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by Judy Berg

An exciting fusion of folk with jazz and blues elements with Judy pulling out all the stops adding some very talented musicians to enhance this collection of original songs in which her finger style guitar and smooth as silk voice have never been better.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. The Affair (You're Lying)
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4:51 album only
2. The Less I Know
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4:36 album only
3. May I Remind You
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4:04 album only
4. Blue Moon
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5:16 album only
5. Naomi's Blues
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3:49 album only
6. The 23rd Psalm
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3:42 album only
7. Jeanne
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2:52 album only
8. I Took My Girl Out Walking
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0:58 album only
9. Yesterday's Sweet Boy
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3:27 album only
10. My Love Has Become A Roe Deer
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4:25 album only
11. You And I
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5:04 album only
12. Out of Here
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3:14 album only
13. Archeology
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4:38 album only
14. There's A Hole in My Roof
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4:40 album only
15. You're Gonna Miss Me (In the Afterlife)
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5:45 album only
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Album Notes
"I sat on the back deck this afternoon with some Buffalo Trace Kentucky bourbon in me and listened to your album for the
first time just as music, not as sound. I think it's a masterpiece. We focused so much on details in producing the album, it
was great to step back and just hear it as a potential listener might.
It's not only intellectually satisfying with intelligent lyrics and arrangements, it's quite passionate. If there's a theme for the
album, it's about broken relationships. The arc of the album is from outside to inside, accessible to deep, simple to complex...
I hope you are very proud of this album - you should be!"

Bruce Bartlett (Jazz musician/ drummer, recording artist, recording engineer)


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