Rita Hosking & Sean Feder | Live in the 16 to 1 Mine

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Live in the 16 to 1 Mine

by Rita Hosking & Sean Feder

Live, underground in the 16 to 1 Gold Mine in Alleghany, CA, Rita Hosking and Sean Feder sing and play country-folk on guitar, banjo, and dobro, using one mic. Daughter Kora, who guest-sings, also created a 13 minute video included on this CD-Rom.
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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1. Bright Morning Stars (feat. Kora Feder)
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2. Miner's Lullaby
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4:20 album only
3. The Green Rolling Hills of West Virginia
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3:38 album only
4. When Miners Sang
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3:27 album only
5. Dream of a Miner's Child
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6. Taking You In
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7. Bright Morning Stars (Extended Version) [feat. Kora Feder]
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Dark as a dungeon...and damp as the dew
From the first time I heard Rita Hosking and Cousin Jack, I've been hooked. A voice and songs in the Hazel Dickens/Delia Bell tradition, Rita brings the sound of the old days in a modern, youthful package. She and Sean are in a place all their own at the the bottom of an actual mine in this CD-ROM. The sparse instrumentation and only their two voices sounding lonely and wonderful at the same time is infectious.
A great addition to anyone's collection, only surpassed by encountering Rita Hosking and Cousin Jack live at a venue near you.
They never disappoint.