Megon McDonough | Day by Day

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Day by Day

by Megon McDonough

Accoustic, folk-derived uplifting music to soothe the Spirit and lighten the heart; like a glorious combination of Karen Carpenter and Joni Mitchell.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. Everlasting Love
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2. Serenity Song
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3. Day by day
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4. Heavy the Coat
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5. Sunday Song
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6. Joy in the Journey
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7. Every Living Thing
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8. Katy's Sweet
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9. Oh Great Spirit
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10. Wake Up and Dream
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Megon McDonough is best known for her work as an inaugural member of The Four Bitchin' Babes which allowed her wit and folk sensibilities to comment on the ups and downs of everyday life. She has performed on stages as varied as The Cellar Door and Carnegie Hall. She is an accomplished comedic actress having appeared in numerous theater productions including, Pump Boys and Dinettes, Beehive and a box office record-breaking starring role in Always… Patsy Cline. For which she was nominated for the Joseph Jefferson Award. She won an ACE Cable TV award for singing the theme song of an HBO Olympic ice-skating special and has recorded for a Danielle Steel Made for TV movie.

McDonough has nine solo albums to her credit. With her most recent album, My One and Only Love, McDonough realized a lifelong dream of recording jazz and torch songs. Says the Washington Post of her latest release, “Here we find McDonough in her true element, sensitively reprising such standards as “Here's That Rainy Day,” “If I had You” and the title track.” She has also performed on five compilation albums and released five albums with the Bitchin' Babes. She has just completed “4+1” Music Inspired by The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz.

Folk lovers may remember a 17 year old McDonough opening for such acts in the 70's as John Denver, Steve Martin and Harry Chapin. But McDonough classifies her music as folk/cabaret, citing her love of theatre and jazz as the reason for the unusual mix. Born in Illinois, McDonough was one of nine theatrically inclined children. Her Irish-Catholic parents both had careers in the performing arts. She wrote her first song at 11 and was inspired to play the guitar and sing after watching The Beatles on Ed Sullivan. Ever since, her mantra,” Live to sing and Love to Sing” has guided this wife and mother from Chicago


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Angela

So glad to find this on CD
A long time ago, in a galaxy far - nah, more like 10 years ago, when I was in a state of chaos, a friend sent me the cassette of this album, knowing I liked Megon's music. I immediately fell in love with the healing and spiritual songs on this album.
Now it's 2008 and I don't have a working cassette player - but I've got this album on CD and am falling in love with the songs all over again.
The songs are spiritual, but not tied to any specific religion. I would definitely recommend it to anyone needed a spiritual shoulder to lean on, or to feel bathed in the healing power of Megon's voice.