Annette Wasilik | Songs from the Talking House

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Songs from the Talking House

by Annette Wasilik

Inspired by angels and demons, love and longing, home and homesickness, Songs from the Talking House is lyrically strong yet intimate and musically unforgettable. A songwriter's songwriter, Annette sings straight out from her heart into yours.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Home in Your Eyes (feat. Andrea Hoag, John Previti, Keith Grimes & Paul Garisto)
4:51 album only
2. You Are Free (feat. Andrea Hoag, Bobby Birdsong & Steve Bloom)
5:33 album only
3. Can't Sleep Again (feat. Andrea Hoag, John Previti, Bobby Birdsong, Steve Bloom & Steve Steckler)
5:23 album only
4. The Madonnas Are Weeping (feat. John Previti, Paul Garisto, Keith Grimes & Steve Steckler)
5:34 album only
5. On a Night Like This (feat. John Previti, Andrea Hoag, Tommy Sherrod & Steve Bloom)
5:33 album only
6. If Home Is Where the Heart Is (feat. John Previti, Andrea Hoag, Steve Steckler, Bobby Birdsong, Steve Bloom, Mairi Rothman, Tommy Sherrod, Philip Bregstone & Roberta Bregstone)
4:56 album only
7. Bomb This City (Bodhisattva Love Song) [feat. John Previti, Andrea Hoag, Paul Garisto, Andre Littlejohn & Keith Grimes]
4:53 album only
8. Crack of Four (feat. John Previti, Steve Bloom, Owen Sherrod & Bobby Birdsong)
3:11 album only
9. Wide Awake and Dreaming (feat. Fritz Stolzenbach, John Previti & Paul Garisto)
4:31 album only
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In 2015, Annette Wasilik's debut CD was voted Best Contemporary Folk Recording of the Year by WAMA, The Washington Area Music Association.

Here's what others have to say about Songs from the Talking House:

"Annette has the whole universe in her voice." ~ Barbara Ireland

"My wife and I were addicted to Songs from the Talking House for two weeks straight...and we hear a lot of CDs!" ~ Mike Beck, Access Film, NERFA, Folk Alliance Presenter for 14 years

“This is a stunningly brilliant collection of intimate, reflective songs, well recorded, delivered in a voice lilting, haunting and unforgettable. In a world of clones and wanna be's, this stands out as heart felt and genuine.. the world deserves to hear this... Bravo…” -Kevin Dudley, Winner of Mid-Atlantic Songwriter Contest (MASC) Silver Award as well as Nashville/Paramount Grand Prize for Songwriting Excellence Fall 2011 contest. Nominated for three 2013 WAMMIES: "Best Country CD", "Songwriter of the Year" and "Best Male Country Vocalist"

“Annette is a breath of fresh air – an extraordinary voice along with exemplary songwriting and arrangements, representing a remarkably broad range of sounds and genres, ranging from pure original to acoustic folk to blues to jazz and more. Truly amazing. Annette manages to sound completely unique, but at the same time she conjures up wonderful memories of such luminaries as Sandy Denny, Natalie Merchant, Maura O’Connell, Maddy Prior, June Tabor, and Delores Keane. Spread the good news and don’t miss your next chance to hear Annette perform live! P.S. LOVE her back-up band too!” --Busy Graham; Busy founded Five Corners Music, a national artist management agency. From 1995-1998, she served as Executive Director of the Institute of Musical Traditions, and founded Class Acts Arts as an educational and community outreach project of IMT.
"Annette mesmerized the audience with her delightful energy and inner light. We hope she will return soon." —Ruthie Logsdon, Ruthie and the Wranglers' New Old Jamboree

"She touched me to the bone.” – Ann Dunne, audience member at The New Deal Café.

“Love, love, LOVE your music!” – Hillary, Takoma Porch audience member.



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