Ann Zimmerman | Canned Goods

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Canned Goods

by Ann Zimmerman

A kiss, a jar of jam, a plumber - this is music for all occasions. Fine, singable melodies well-sung carry the songs through your mind right into your heart where they lodge for a long time. Here's a heartland sensibility with a sophisticated bent.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Prayin' for Rain
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2. Canned Goods
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3. The Plumber Is the Man
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4. Sea of Grass
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5. Absolute Zero
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6. Kiss On the Mouth
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7. Trench Coat
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8. Feet of a Dancer
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9. Cowboy
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10. Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?
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11. Wish You Were Here
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12. Go Away and Die
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13. Home On the Range
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14. Rise Up and Ride
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Plumbers, farmers and dreamers all find their way comfortably into Ann Zimmerman's second release. Her clear, strong voice draws in the listener who will surely be singing with her long before the music ends. A laugh-out-loud version of Garrison Keillor's "The Plumber is the Man" corners the market on the plumbing music genre, and "Home On The Range" gets a makeover that lifts it beautifully into the modern age. This is music you'll listen to again and again.
Zimmerman's originals range from snappy tight political harmonies of "Go Away and Die" to the rich, aching mystery of "Kiss on the Mouth." Her finale anthem, "Rise Up and Ride," will have you raising your own voice as the record ends.

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