Aliki Barnstone-Frank Haney | Wild Wind

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Wild Wind

by Aliki Barnstone-Frank Haney

This is a spoken word CD with acoustic guitar. It features the playful poetry of nationally-acclaimed poet, Aliki Barnstone and the acoustic guitar stylings of Frank Haney.
Genre: Spoken Word: With Music
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1. Wild Wind
1:51 album only
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2. Blue
3:38 album only
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3. March Winds
1:35 album only
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4. You Pray To Rain Falling On The Desert
5:12 album only
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5. Train To The Millennium
3:52 album only
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6. Beth Says She's Mourning The Passing Of Winter
2:57 album only
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7. On The Hottest San Francisco Day
5:27 album only
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8. Inevitable Move
3:36 album only
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9. Bathing Jesus
2:41 album only
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10. First Amendment
4:03 album only
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11. Take A Deep Breath
2:43 album only
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12. You Will
2:48 album only
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13. The Bath
4:05 album only

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Ted Schaar

Unusual, and that's a nice change.
Anyone who enjoys stream-of-consciousness poetry and improvisational music will enjoy “Wild Wind,” by Poet Aliki Barnstone and Guitarist Frank Haney. The title song well represents the adventuresome nature of the CD’s 13 tracks. Barnstone’s imaginative writing (lightning is a "glamour queen”) tumbles along on the breeze of Haney’s jangling guitar riff. I’m not sure what it all means but trying to figure it out is half the fun.
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