Raina Rose | The Prophet, The Panhandler, and The Moon

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The Prophet, The Panhandler, and The Moon

by Raina Rose

An album that reflects the road, starry night whiskey jams at festivals and a packed, hushed coffee house where you can see the performer's face.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. I Like You Better
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2. Mary Mary Magdelena
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3. O Oregon
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4. One & All
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5. The Trouble With Birds Is:
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6. Sherbert Cup
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7. Stone Fruit
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8. Hurricane Waltz
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9. Nursery Rhymes
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10. Seabird
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11. Frida
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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After the successful release of her debut, The Crushing Weight of Gravity, Raina Rose spent the first six months of 2006 living in her tricked-out mini van, traveling the country and gathering inspiration for her Three Pin release: The Prophet, The Panhandler and The Moon.

Armed with her constellation tattoos and acoustic guitar playing coffee shops, colleges, dive bars, backyards, and festivals like Kerrville and High Sierra, this Portland native wanted to make a record that reflected what she saw in her rearview. She set out to bring the sounds of the road and starry night festival jams into the intimacy of a hushed, familiar coffee house.

The album features international string bender extraordinaire Tony Furtado on banjo, Echo Helstrom/EBGB bassist Will Amend on upright,all the way from Austin, TX Green Mountain Grass's Adam "Pickles" Moss on Fiddle and Heroes & Villians' Ali Ippolito on accordion.

Produced in collaboration with her father Mo (Western & Country music history buff), and featuring original illustrations by Three Pin Artist Giovanni Salimena, The Prophet, The Panhandler and The Moon is a strikingly sweet sophomore album from a serious yet sincere indie-folk-singer.

Raina has a touring habit to feed, so catch her while you can out on the road.


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Marisa

A finely crafted acoustic album
Raina Rose has pulled off a challenging feat with this sophomore album, managed to outdo her initial solo effort by miles. The songs on this disc are well written, touchingly sung and marked by a creative brain, tapped into the universal source of inspiration. Her already-masterful guitar playing has also been well-served by a year on the road touring.

Some of my favorite songs include O, Oregon, Seabird and the banjo-inflected heartbreaker Fiddle & a Bow.

~jeff from La Honda

luv it...!!!
I'm surprised there is only one review for this,
album another delicious treat from Raina, I enjoy
the warm down home earthy acousticness/bluegrassy feel to the album, and kudos to the tasty fiddle playin' by that "pickels" guy. Hopefully she can play "mary mary magdelena" next trip to La Honda/bay area ;*)