Sharon Abreu & Michael Hurwicz | Songs for the Redwoods

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Songs for the Redwoods

by Sharon Abreu & Michael Hurwicz

Acoustic "new roots" music, influenced by folk, folk-rock, and folk-pop, packed with rich harmonies, two guitars, violin/fiddle, bass, piano, and earthy percussion. Songs to inspire, celebrate the Earth, and sing alon with.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. John Ball Sharon Abreu & Michael Hurwicz
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2. She Shanty Sharon Abreu & Michael Hurwicz
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3. Tom Littletree Sharon Abreu & Michael Hurwicz
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4. Cuckoo Round (feat. Caroline Scott) Sharon Abreu & Michael Hurwicz
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5. Mary & Julia Sharon Abreu & Michael Hurwicz
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6. Change in the Climate Sharon Abreu
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7. Estuary Sharon Abreu
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8. The Food Chain Song Sharon Abreu & Michael Hurwicz
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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We started putring this CD together when we were doing some concerts to raise funds and awareness about the clearcutting of the old growth Redwood trees in northern California. One song, the Food Chain Song, is from our environmental musical show "Turn the World Upside-Down" which we performed in the New York City public schools when we lived in NYC. Mary and Julia honors two great Redwoods activists, Julia Butterly Hill, who lived in a Redwood tree for two years to prevent its being cut down, and Redwood Mary, who traveled the U.S. telling people about the Redwoods and setting up phone calls between Julia (on her cell phone and people across the country.


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