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by Andy & Judy

A collection of original songs which are a mixture of folk, traditional and country.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Forever Ended Yesterday
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2. Number 2
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3. Foggy Bridge
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4. Acadia Home
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5. Boxin' Man
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6. Hope Floats Up
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7. Riverbend
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8. Love Is
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9. I'm Not Ready
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10. Lost and Found
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11. I Found You
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Album Notes
This is the first CD from the talented husband and wife folk duo from southeastern Massachusetts. The eleven original songs on this CD are drawn from folk, country and traditional influences. Every song tells a different story. The first track, Forever Ended Yesterday, Is an upbeat country tune which describes the classic "I found you with someone else" dilemma. The appropriately titled Number 2 is a tender ballad which takes the form of a conversation between two people as they work through love's doubts. The next two selections are inspired by history. Foggy Bridge is set at the end of the Civil War and speaks to the brother versus brother conflicts that tore families apart. Acadia Home describes the Great Deportation of the Acadian people from Nova Scotia in the 1750's. This beautiful melody evokes the passion and hopefulness of a displaced people. In many cities and towns there is a small boxing gym that trains local kids in the pugilistic arts. Boxin' Man describes one of those gyms and one of those trainers. "Walking to school on that first day..." begins a song that draws from the love a mother has for her son. Hope Floats Up brings us back to the uncertainties and lessons of childhood. The title track, Riverbend, is set as a waltz. Go ahead and dance, it's OK. This song is hopeful and affirming concerning a couple's love for each other. A long enduring relationship takes on many shapes and guises during it's run. Love Is uses a country flavor to describe each step along the way. The up tempo tune, I'm Not Ready, reminds all guitar players that there will always be one more song to play. Lost and Found started out as a song about a box. It then became a metaphor for the current state of affairs in our government. The last track on the CD, I Found You, was written for our wedding and we decided to include it.


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