Megon McDonough | Blue Star Highway

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Blue Star Highway

by Megon McDonough

Acoustic, country folk with some serious singing ability!
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Blue Star Highway
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2. A Woman's Got Her Pride
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4:40 $0.99
3. Boots To Glory
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2:50 $0.99
4. Denvir
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2:31 $0.99
5. The Tree
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6. House of Mannequins
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7. Never Just One Reason
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8. Lesson In Every Goodbye
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9. The Body Is A Car
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10. Danny Boy
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Album Notes
A versatile and creative singer who without sounding cluttered can give a Nashville twang to one song ("Blue Star Highway"), a breezy, jazzy quality ("Never Just One Reason") to another, and still sing a lovely restrained "Danny Boy" in the best Irish tradition. This version of "Danny Boy" is used in a Danielle Steel made-for-tv movie, "Star," for which Megon did the vocals.

"Here I get to play with some of my favorite musicians and friends. People ask me what this CD is like, and I tell them, it's original acoustic music (with the exception of "Danny Boy" - wish I'd written that) in the true folk vein." - Megon

"This is a warm, unabashadley sentimental album that is nicely produced and effectively showcases McDonough's high, clear voice and capable songwriting. - Dirty Linen


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