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Lucky's House

by Antonia Lamb

Antonia Lamb’s banjo-powered Medicine Show is an intoxicating elixir, blending humor and love, celebrating innocence, the loss of innocence, and its reclaiming, on her fourth album of intelligent, eclectic, folk fusion.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. Lucky's House
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2. She Loves To Drive
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3. Trouble in Paradise
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4. Back Door of My Heart
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5. Walking Backward
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6. Dirty Laundry
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7. If I Knew
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8. Bad Salad
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9. What You Don't Know
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10. The Fast Track
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11. Maybe We Will
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Album Notes
About the tunes on Lucky's House...
Lucky's House: grandson Lucky and his parents moved too far away
She Loves to Drive: the curving swirl of Highway 128 at 2am
Trouble in Paradise: it really is time we all came home
Backdoor of My Heart: an epiphany during lunch at the Mendocino Cafe
Walking Backward: very good for your rear & a great metaphor too
Dirty Laundry: an all too true song about fear of the truth
If I Knew: I thought someone loved me, but...
Bad Salad: an experience with my compost heap
What You Don't Know: we call this song "the Power Waltz" for a good reason
The Fast Track: sitting in my car, just arrived home from a long tour of the UK
Maybe We Will: real vibrations trump everything. Connecting is all...

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