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Three part harmonies and her rich lead vocals highlight Gloria Jean's original songs, with the fine acoustic guitar playing of David LaPlante & Stephen Pounds, and the incomparable acoustic bass of Dick Kniss (of Peter, Paul & Mary and John Denver fame)
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Worry and The Wait
2:56 $0.99
2. Applewood Fire
3:57 $0.99
3. Survivor
3:18 $0.99
4. Every Single Touch
3:52 $0.99
5. Eye of the Storm
3:59 $0.99
6. When the Work Gets Done
3:13 $0.99
7. Early Morning Fire
4:06 $0.99
8. Song For My Trash
4:16 $0.99
9. Wish for Love
4:13 $0.99
10. At Any Cost
4:38 $0.99
11. Far Away
3:51 $0.99
12. One Year From Now
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Album Notes
Beautiful original songs performed with a rich vocal quality highlight Gloria Jean, ASCAP performer and songwriter, the "she" of all-SHe-wrote. Gloria writes the songs (along with co-writers David LaPlante, Ron Gomez and Craig Wheeler) and provides the gotta-hear-more lead vocals; David LaPlante & Stephen Pounds (formerly LaPlante and Pounds) provide the intricate guitar work, harmony and occasional lead vocals. Add to the mix the extraordinary Dick Kniss (long-time bassist with Peter, Paul & Mary as well as John Denver) and you have an incredible sound . . .

Formed in the upstate New York Capital District (Albany), each member of all-SHe-wrote has performed and recorded previously in their own right. This cd represents their coming together into a beautiful and original combination.

And to top it all off, this is what they sound like live! Great care was taken in the studio recording to remain true to representing their live performance. What you hear is what you get.

This debut cd is receiving serious airplay around the world; request them on these shows:

2HHH 100.1: Jude & Mart Fowler's "Northside Folk" from Sydney, Australia
2MCE 92.3: Bruce Cameron's "Come All Ye" from Bathurst, Australia
4RED 99.7: Arthur Eliott's "Sidestream" from Brisbane, Australia
5EBI 103.1: Henk de Weerd's "Good Morning Folk" from Adelaide, Australia
783 Khz: Eddie O'Strange's "Town & Country" from Wellington, New Zealand
CFMU 93.3: Jim Marino's "Freewheeling Folk" from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
CJLX 92.3: Greg Schatzmann's "Sunday Coffee House" from Belleville, Ontario, Canada
CJTR 91.3: Brenda & Roman Tacik's "Regina's Mighty Shores" from Saskatchewon, Canada
CKJS 810: Lyle Skinner's "Prairie Ceilidh" from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
CKPC 92.1: Jan Vanderhorst's "Just Us Folk" from Brantford, Ontario, Canada
Clanrye Radio 103.6: Ben Sands' "Sunday Session" from Co. Down, N. Ireland
Folk Image: Jeff Gill's webcast from Shirley, Massachusetts
Jack and Jill Radio: Grant Porter's webcast from Sunrise, Florida
KALW 91.7: Kevin Vance's "A Patchwork Quilt" from San Francisco, California
KAOS 89.3: Jan Oswold's "Sister Sound" from Olympia, Washington
KCLC 89.1: Naomi Soule & Terry Moses' "Acoustic Edge" from St. Charles, Missouri
KLCC 89.7: Frank Gosar's "Saturday Cafe" from Eugene, Oregon
KOPN 89.5: Steve Jerrett's "Sunday Morning Coffeehouse" from Columbia, Missouri
KUMD 103.3: John Ziegler's "Folk Migrations" from Duluth, Minnesota
KUSU: Blair Larson's "Fresh Folk" from Logan, Utah
KZSC 88.1: Clytia Fuller's "Heaven's Bar & Grill" from Santa Cruz, California
NCPR: Mike Alzo's "The Folk Show" from Canton, New York
On Line Folk Festival: Greg Grant's webcast from Columbus, Ohio
Radio ISW: Hansjoerg Malonek's "Folk and Country Corner" from Waldkraiburg, Germany
Radio ZUSA: Juergen Kraemer from Lueneburg, Germany
WAMC 90.3: Wanda Fisher's "Hudson River Sampler" from Albany, New York
WAPN 91.5: Wanda Bricault's "Break the Bread with Wanda" in Daytona, Florida
WAPS 91.3: Tom Ball's "Anything Goes" from Akron, Ohio
WBGU 88.1: David Sear's "Folk Music Show" from Bowling Green, Ohio
WDBX 91.1 FM: Randy Auxier's "Folk Fiasco" from Carbondale, Illinois
WDCB 90.9: G.E. Brown's "Folk Festival" from Glen Ellyn, Illinois
WFDU 89.1: Bill Hahn's "Traditions" from Teaneck, New Jersey
Whole Wheat Radio: Jim & Esther's webcast from Talkeetna, Alaska
WIUS 1570: Thom's "Kitchen Party" from Bloomington, Indiana
WJFF 90.5: Angela Page's "Folk Plus" from Monticello, New York
WLUW 88.7: John Wright's "Somebody Else's Troubles" from Chicago, Illinois
WMNR 88.1 & 91.5: Dick Hageman's "Good Folk" from Monroe, Connecticut
WMUC: John McLaughlin's "Roots & Wings" from College Park, Maryland
WPR: Judy Rose's "Simply Folk" on Wisconsin Public Radio
WRKF 89.3: Taylor Caffery's "Hootenanny Power" from Baton Rouge, Louisiana
WSLU 89.5: Michael Alzo's "The Folk Show" from Canton, New York
WSPN 91.1: Chris McGill's "Simpatico" from Saratoga, New York
WTBQ: John Stein's "Hootenanny Cafe" from Florida, New York
WVGN 107.3: Doug Dick from the Virgin Islands
WVPE 88.1: Norm Mast's "The Back Porch" from Elkhart, Indiana
WWPV 88.7: John Sheehey's "Folk Show" from Colchester, Vermont
WXOU 88.3: Maggie Ferguson's "Old Front Porch" from Auburn Hills, Michigan
WXXE: Dale Gowin's "After Midnight" webcast from Syracuse, New York



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John Ziegler, Program Director, KUMD in Duluth, Minnesota

All-She-Wrote's cd was a pleasant surprise to many of us here at KUMD
All-She-Wrote's cd was a pleasant surprise to many of us here at KUMD . . . good songs, nice arrangements, and Gloria Jean's burnished vocals have just the right touch of weariness to allow these tunes to wear well.

John Ziegler, Program Director, KUMD in Duluth, Minnesota

James K

Just one thing to say... Brilliant !!!

Mike Harrison

It's a strong effort both vocally and instrumentally, and great songs!
In my past association with Gloria Jean as a singer and songwriter I have been very impressed with her singing and moved by many of her songs. This album surpasses my expectations for it, not only because of the consistently fine performances by all of the artists, but also because her songs are better than ever, across the board, and the CD was well produced. Great job!

Ken Swiatek, FolKenS.uch, WJJW 91.1 North Adams, MA

The CD is worth a listen, or two or three!
I had favorable impressions of Gloria Jean's first CD as well as Pounds & LaPlante's 1983 LP, Big Kids-Little Kids, so I was very interested in hearing the All She Wrote CD. After all, Pounds & LaPlante, at times, sound more like Paul Stookey and Peter Yarrow of PP&M than Peter and Paul themselves, and having Dick Kniss on board couldn't hurt either. All She Wrote, however, is not PP&M. Some of the songs have a hook; others just hook you. While these days any CD with 3 or 4 good cuts usually makes my year's top ten list, I had a hard time discarding any of the tracks on All She Wrote. Gloria Jean's vocals are clear, strong an confident, and at times, reminiscent of Karen Carpenter. Laplante and Pounds continue their PP&M, sans Mary, sound (Survivor) and also provide fine instrumentation. Dick Kniss, well, is Dick Kniss. Song For My Trash even got me thinking about Spanky & Our Gang. Gloria Jean's songwriting is strong, both lyrically and musically, I haven't been able to single out favorites, yet. The CD is worth a listen, or two or three. I think you'll agree.

Ken Swiatek, FolKenS.uch
WJJW 91.1 North Adams, MA

Noel Paul Stookey

all-She-wrote is original
Clearly devoted to the acoustic resonance of real-life, these three are homegrown and rich in flavor. Their voices and arrangements are at once reminiscent of family and friends . . . originals!