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Follow Your Dream

by Andy & Judy

The third CD from this Boston area Folk duo continues their unique style by mixing upbeat and traditional folk songs with melodic ballads.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Follow Your Dream
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2. Souther Tide Mill
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3. Greatest Love Story
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4. Headin' Out to Omaha
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5. Potter's Field
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6. Glow
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7. Won't Say Goodbye
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8. Please Don't Let Me Go
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9. Walk With Me Forever
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10. Never Goin' Back
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Andy & Judy are a Boston area folk duo. They play multiple instruments and use them effectively to set the mood and character of each song. In addition, their performances are highlighted by the quality of their vocal work, individually and joined together with beautiful harmonies. They have a wide range of musical interests and their songwriting reflects this. They remain true to folk music but they have a unique sound that has captivated audiences wherever they have performed.

"Andy and Judy's music is outstanding and exceptionally crafted. They write well, they compose well, and they perform together spectacularly with captivating harmonies. The guitars and mandolin fit together perfectly behind the stunning vocals and well written lyrics. The result is world class music."
Bob Crownfield, Producer, Studio Session Live

Follow Your Dream is the duo’s third CD.
1. Follow Your Dream: This upbeat song urges the listener to “walk your own path” even if that path leads them down the road less traveled.2. Souther Tide Mill: This song uses the feel of a sea shanty to tell the story of the hardships of working a tide mill in the 1800’s. The Souther Tide Mill is an actual historic tide mill in Quincy, MA. 3. Greatest Love Story: Unrequited love is something most of us have been through at least once in our lives. The simple piano line, along with the strum of the guitar, brings back the feel of a 50’s ballad. 4. Headin’ Out To Omaha: Reflecting back on internet dating started us thinking about finding love back in the 1850’s. This upbeat tune tells the story of a woman riding the train out to meet her husband-to-be. 5. Potter’s Field : Potter’s Field is where the poor or unknown were buried. The story of this place, and of those buried there, is brought to life through the haunting movement of this song. 6. Glow : This song was written to inspire those going through a rough time. Glow reminds us that we all have inner strength. 7. Won’t Say Goodbye: Waiting for a loved one to come home from war is not easy. This piano led ballad is from the point of view of someone at home, remembering the last words they shared before the deployment. 8. Please Don’t Let Me Go: This gentle country song was inspired by a dream about a visit from Kris Kristofferson. Silence between lovers leads to an ending neither one wants. 9. Walk With Me Forever: An ode to new love and the hope that it will last forever. This up tempo song, in 3/4 time, uses the metaphor of love as a port in the storm. 10. Never Goin’ Back: This a capella song was recorded live in the Chapel in the Pines on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire. The building harmonies of the audience are reminiscent of old time call and response gospel songs.


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