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The Blackest Crow

by Atwater~Donnelly

A treasury of traditional American,Celtic, and original folk songs with resplendent vocals, and played on mountain dulcimer, banjo, tin whistle, mandolin, fiddle, and more.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. The Road to Drumleman
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2. Soldier's Round
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3. The Blackest Crow
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4. One Day I Will
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5. Oh, What Do We Know?
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6. Single Girl, Married Girl
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7. John Stinson's #2/scotland the Brave/river of Jordan
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8. Song of the Cowboys
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9. She Sits At Her Loom
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10. Sweet Fern
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11. Quiet Sky
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12. Fare Thee Well
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Aubrey and Elwood are self-taught musicians from Rhode Island who met as volunteers at the Stone Soup Coffeehouse in Providence in 1987, and formed a duo in the fall of that year. They perform widely in the United States and their recordings receive international airplay.
Atwater-Donnelly have performed and researched traditional folk music and dance extensively in Ireland, England, Prince Edward Island, Appalachia, the Ozarks, New England, and other key places in the United States. They have performed or shared festival billing with folk legends Jean Ritchie, Pete Seeger, and Doc Watson. During trips to festivals and camps such as the Hindman Settlement School in eastern Kentucky, the Ozark Folk Center in Arkansas, the Swannanoa Gathering and the John C. Campbell Folk School in western North Carolina, Aubrey and Elwood have taught classes, studied with traditional musicians and folklorists, played for and called dances, appeared on television, and received standing ovations for their concerts. In addition to their eight recordings, Aubrey has written two books of poetry and a song book, and the duo is also part of eight compilation albums.

Other recordings by Atwater-Donnelly:
Labor and Love (1988)
Culled From the Garden (1991)
Simple Sentences (1992)
Like the Willow Tree (1994)
Where the Wild Birds Do Whistle (1997)
Daily Growing (1999)
And Then I'm Going Home (2001)

For more information, please contact:
19 Walker Road , Foster, RI 02825 (401) 392-1909
Info@Atwater-Donnelly.com www.Atwater-Donnelly.com

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tish westman

The Blackest Crow
Aubrey, I have only heard you sing and play live and alone. I enjoyed hearing you sing together and the harmonies are great. Hope to see you in West Virginia sometime soon.
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