Holly Arntzen and the Dream Band | Magic on Our Tongues

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Magic on Our Tongues

by Holly Arntzen and the Dream Band

A beautiful powerful evocative voice. Dulcimer, piano. A deep undercurrent of urgency. Highly original songs of loss and rediscovery. A virtuoso band. Folk blues world pop poignant.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Daffodil
4:59 album only
2. Rain in the Summertime
5:42 album only
3. Love is Something
5:40 album only
4. This is How Lonely Feels
4:29 album only
5. I've Been Dreaming
6:13 album only
6. Deed I Do
2:36 album only
7. Democracy
6:49 album only
8. Titanic
4:34 album only
9. Magic On Our Tongues
5:29 album only


Album Notes
“In August 2005 my husband of 25 years, Stephen Foster, died accidentally. He was sleepwalking. We shared everything in life. We wrote songs together and created a library of eco-songs. We founded the Artist Response Team (ART) and recorded a series of CDs with youth choirs. Now, here’s the Magic On Our Tongues CD. The abrupt nature of Stephen’s death in 2005 forced me to express... make some sense and beauty out of a tragedy, and pay homage to a great person. Here are some songs I wrote, and collected, in tribute to him.”

During her professional career, Holly has shared the stage with Stan Rogers, Herbie Hancock, Dan Hill, Paul Horn, Bruce Cockburn, Sarah McLachlan, Paul Hyde, Doug Bennett, David Sinclair, Fred Penner, Connie Kaldor, Mae Moore, The Arrogant Worms, Ian Tyson and many more. Since the 1980’s Holly has performed at major folk and children’s festivals across Canada, and in cities around the world. She has taken part in many radio and television productions, and has recorded a diverse catalogue of CDs,
the latest being Magic On Our Tongues.



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