Debby Turner | Mississippi Gold

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Mississippi Gold

by Debby Turner

Electrifying country pop never sounds better than when you're riding the currents of the Mighty Mississippi River.
Genre: Country: Country Pop
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1. Mississippi Gold
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2. Almost Over You
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3. New York Country Cure
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4. If You See Marie
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5. Going My Way
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6. After the Storm
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7. Bible and the Bottle
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8. Some Kind of Magic
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9. Getting it Right
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10. Best of All
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
An accordian played in the town square of Highland, Illinois and inspired the melody for Mississippi Gold. Home grown, Debby developed the lyrics and refined the melody while traveling the river roads of Missouri and Illinois. Awed by the barges, steamship, paddlewheels of Hannibal, Quincy, Alton, St. Louis and Ste. Genevieve, she wanted to tell the story of historic Valmeyer, Illinois, the little river town that was destroyed by the Mighty Mississippi River. When river folk work together, a New Valmeyer is born to become a beacon on the hill.

www.valmeyerillinois.com and www.DebbyTurnerMusic.com


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Judy stonecipher

Mississippi Gold
I lived down on the mississippi in Hannibal MO and I will tell you I was there in 1972 when the Mississippi overflowed it's banks. I remember when it happened 1993 too. Only this time I was living in Indiana. This song is a great tribute. The album is fantastic I rate it 5 stars. Debby really know how to express her feelings in a song.