Annie J. Dahlgren | Fortunes Made

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Fortunes Made

by Annie J. Dahlgren

Americana folk with the mid-19th-century-California feel of the gold rush era.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. The Beginning
2:42 $0.99
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2. Gold in California
4:14 $0.99
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3. Fortunes Made
3:41 $0.99
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4. Shameless
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5. Miners' Ball
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6. A Final Prayer
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7. Joaquin
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8. The Way Home
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9. Miguel
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10. I Don't Know What It Is
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11. The Meeting
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12. Wedding Day
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13. Para Mi Vida
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14. A Celebration
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15. The End
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Annie J. Dahlgren's "Fortunes Made" is wonderful, a totally absorbing journey, California history wrapped in deliciously delivered songs. Her voice captures the innocence, the growing disillusionment, and then finally the hope of a family through the eyes of the girl who is the center of her story. Coming to California in those days must have been like going to the moon; scary and by no means safe. The songs and the beautiful, unhurried sound of the recording is so evocative of the time and the mix of cultures; it's better than going to the movies.
Kenny Edwards

"Fortunes Made" comes with a beautiful, 32 page full-color booklet that tells the story of Elizabeth Clark whose family left St. Louis in 1849 for the promise of gold in California - with photographs, illustrations, stories and song lyrics.

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