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Red Velvet Cake

by Harper

A collection of original and traditional tunes in the Folk, Roots and Americana genres performed with guitar, vocals, harmonicas and whistling, infused with a sense of history, humor and reflection.
Genre: Folk: Free-folk
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1. The Gift
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2. Ain't Goin' to the Zoo
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3. Blow Ye Gentle Winds
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4. Hokum Rock Blues
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5. St. James Infirmary
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6. Chickadee
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2:40 $1.09
7. Straight & Narrow
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8. Up a Lazy River
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9. Red Velvet Cake Boogie
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10. Eat Your Crust
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11. Les Oignons
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Album Notes
Gregg performs dozens of live gigs each year and is a regular at several South East Massachusetts venues. Red Velvet Cake, his fouth album, is comprised of some of his most requested songs (songs he loves to perform) in the Folk, Roots and Americana genre and its production reflects his love of live performance. Traditional songs, such as St. James Infirmary and Blow Ye Gentle Wind, reflect Gregg's historical interests in music and include additional lyrics that he hopes illumnate the source ideas for the songs for the listener - very much a story-telling approach with finger-picking and rhythmic strumming styles, harmonica, right-on whistling and some choral singing blended into some of the tunes. Adding the spirit of place, the sounds of a French Market open and close the song Les Oignons. Enjoy!


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