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The Finest Hour

by Annemarie Russell

Captivating acoustic folk-rock infused with rich textures, harmonies, and vulnerable lyrics accompanied by New York City area musicians on guitar, acoustic bass, drums, piano and horns.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Go Away
3:34 $0.99
2. Autumn
4:33 $0.99
3. Red Tulips
4:37 $0.99
4. Sail On
3:46 $0.99
5. Used to Be
3:52 $0.99
6. Do Without
3:26 $0.99
7. A Sparrow's View
3:39 $0.99
8. Hold on for the Ride
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9. Lost Again
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10. The Finest Hour
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Album Notes
Annemarie Russell's third and newest album is her most accomplished work so far in her career. Broadening her acoustic folk sound, this new album includes guitar, acoustic bass, drums, piano and horns.

Produced by New York City area musician and producer Nathan Eklund, the result is a magical album showcasing intuitive songwriting, lyrical prowess and a fine band to back it all up.

Recorded at the studio at the St. Paul's Jazz Initiative in Paterson, New Jersey, Annemarie's latest album encapsulates what fans love about her music: honest poetic lyrics, sweet melodies, thoughtful arrangements and insightful messages about love, loss, and the art of being human.

In addition to Annemarie's fine vocal and guitar work, the album also features drummer Josh Dion, acoustic bassist Thomas Hogan, saxophone players Shirantha Beddage and Craig Yaremko, trumpet and flugelhorn player Nathan Eklund, pianist Kevin Wilkin, and vocalist Amy McNelly.

For those who are interested in acoustic original singer-songwriter music with driving lyrics and a rhythmic edge, this is an album to add to your collection today!



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Jeremy Watson

An album that helps you reflect on life.
The lyrics are honest, vulnerable, and contemplative. Annemarie Russell's music and words express a complex tension of emotions; that life is often difficult, but there is an underlying sense of hope.

Colleen Drummond

Soulful and honest, this album inspires and challenges!
Annemarie's newest album is fantastic. Although it's different from the more traditional folk-style of her previous albums, her strong messages are still the same. She still promises hope and justice amidst the struggles and hard things in our world. I was inspired and impressed by Annemarie's work on this CD.