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Back To School

by Acie Cargill

Songs that are directed at college age people; the subject matter and music is designed to appeal to them. Not for anyone under 18 years old because of violence and anger provoked by 9/11. Acoustic guitars and voices. Acie and his son Leo Cargill.
Genre: Folk: Angry
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Will Defend the Earth
2:27 album only
2. If You Eat Meat
2:10 album only
3. Tora Bora
3:13 album only
4. Our New Love
1:41 album only
5. Afghanistan
2:44 album only
6. Are You Thinking of Me Too?
1:45 album only
7. Dont Tread On Me Mother F
2:04 album only
8. First Date
2:26 album only
9. Can You Wait to Marry Me?
3:19 album only
10. Little Sister
2:24 album only
11. Days of Our Lives
3:14 album only
12. Stop the Crack
2:27 album only
13. Best One of Us All
2:09 album only
14. Insta-lover
3:08 album only


Album Notes
Acie Cargill has been a traditional American folk artist. He is the grandson of Kentucky ballad singer Hattie Mae Tyler Cargill and fiddler Asa Cargill. Until now his material has been related to his Kentucky roots. This cd, made with his son Leo, was inspired by the events of 9/11.

He wrote all the songs and has tried to direct the material at college age people (not for anyone under 18). Subjects include terrorism, STD's, drugs, anorexia, suicide, first love, devastation of heartbreak, vegetarianism, ecology, and internet sex.

The cd was made with two guitars, mandolin, and two singers. It is low tech with a minimum of production techniques and costs. The instrumentation is bare and driving, using chord patterns from Acie's teenage years and melodies that are corresponding.

The general feeling is love for country, all of humanity, and life.



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Jean M. Quigley

This was my favorite album so far Acie. I will keep listening.