Adam Miller | It Might as Well Be a Myth

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It Might as Well Be a Myth

by Adam Miller

Adam Miller's storytelling rivals that of Garrison Keillor, Utah Phillips, and Gamble Rogers.
Genre: Spoken Word: Storytelling
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1. Lost in the Kalahari Desert
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2. Woody Guthrie: When the World's on Fire
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3. The Lupus General Store
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4. Planxty Irwin
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5. The Code
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6. Agent Orange
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7. Home, Dearie, Home
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8. Umpqua River Colosi
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9. The Old Gray Mare
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10. Will You Know Me?
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11. Canning Salmon
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12. The Old Man of the Sea
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Album Notes
Traces of the storyteller cling to the story like the handprints of a potter cling to the clay vessel. One of the premier autoharpists in the world, Adam Miller is a renowned American folksinger and natural-born storyteller. A master of the art of storytelling, he skillfully interweaves folksongs and the stories behind them with the elegance of a documentary filmmaker. His new release, “It Might As Well Be a Myth” features stories, story-songs, and poems. His storytelling rivals that of Garrison Keillor, Utah Phillips, and Gamble Rogers.

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