Paul Bergman | Crow scarecrow

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Crow scarecrow

by Paul Bergman

It sounds like there's a fly in the ointment.
Genre: Folk: Field Recordings
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1. Crow scarecrow
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2. Anne Funk (nee Braun)
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3:09 album only
3. \'Til the gravel ends
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4:11 album only
4. Bad friends
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3:32 album only
5. Butterfly
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4:50 album only
6. In the rhubarb now
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3:51 album only
7. Mosquito song
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3:29 album only
8. John Krahn
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9. Willie Braun
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10. Fall spring chicken, fall
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11. Birdsong
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Paul Bergman (1983- ) writes and sings folk songs. 'Crow scarecrow' is his fourth recording. He lives in southern Manitoba.


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fenway

Outstanding lyrics!
I have all of Bergman's albums. Each one gets better and better. The lyrics are very smart and music is strong. Great job!

Brad

Fantastic
Ok....Here's the deal.....this album is fantastic! I smiled, laughed, cried, was pensive, happy, melancholy. I tapped my feet. This album is very intelligently written. It is a testament to the fact that commercial success has nothing to do with talent because if it did, this artist would be a chart topping ka-zillion-air. Haven't enjoyed an album so thoroughly since Tom Waits' Bad as Me.