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by Beth Wood

"Woodwork" is Beth Wood's debut album. When scrambled, it spells woowdork.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Geometry
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2. Mean Time
5:23 $0.99
3. Love Letters
4:25 $0.99
4. Still
5:55 $0.99
5. Here Is A Rose
3:38 $0.99
6. Two Years Or Three
4:06 $0.99
7. Heaven Help Her
5:24 $0.99
8. Raindrops
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9. Pablo
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10. Thin Line
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11. Free Love
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Album Notes
"Woodwork" is Beth's first CD. Self-produced in Austin, where Beth got more than a little help from her friends on drums and bass (Chris Smith), guitar (John Felty), and backing vocals (Bekki Frazier-Smith). Folks who are looking for a mellow, pretty CD would like Woodwork.

Beth Wood is a modern-day troubador, barefoot singer, award-winning songwriter, powerful vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, shameless harmonizer, poet, and communicator of joy.

After studying classical piano, violin, voice, and harp and earning a degree in Literature from University of Texas at Austin, Beth decided to throw caution (and her day-job) to the wind and become a full-time troubadour. Thirteen years, thousands of shows, seven albums, three cars, and numerous awards later, she has never looked back. Beth's exceptional musicianship, crafty songwriting, and warm stage presence have been winning over audiences from coast to coast. She now lives in Eugene, Oregon and tours nationally playing listening rooms, coffee shops, bars, festivals, houses, and the occasional yoga studio. Beth has won many awards, including the Kerrville New Folk award, and has released 7 CDs, her latest of which is called “Beachcomber’s Daughter”.

Beth also loves sports, and one of her weird hobbies is performing the National Anthem. She has done so at several major sporting events, including Texas Rangers Major League Baseball (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004), Dallas Mavericks NBA Basketball (2004), and several minor league baseball and hockey events.

Beth says… "I feel blessed to have the opportunity to make music for a living! I want to continue making music I believe in, and to continue spreading the word about independent music. For me this journey is not just about the music - it's about the connections we make through music and recognizing the importance of art throughout our lives."

Winner - 2006 Sisters Folk Festival Dave Carter Memorial Songwriting Contest
Winner - 2005 Kerrville New Folk Contest
Winner - 2nd Place - 2005 Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Songwriters Contest
Winner - 2004 Wildflower Festival Songwriters Contest
Winner - 2000 Campus Activities Magazine Coffeehouse Entertainer of the Year
Winner - 1999 Campus Activities Magazine Club Performer of the Year
Finalist - 2000, 2001, and 2002 Campus Activities Magazine Contemporary Music Artist of the Year

"A superb singer/songwriter whose versatility discourages labeling."
-- Fort Worth Star-Telegram

"Beth Wood is a musical triple-threat -- a thoughtful songwriter and talented multi-instrumentalist with a supple, soulful voice." -- Washington Post

"...the songwriting is solid, the musicianship is top-notch and her voice is confident and versatile." -- Album Network



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A wonderful mixture of Acoustic folk and pop music to suit all
A wonderful album that is very mellow and relaxing.
the song Still is a masterpiece, its one of thoses tracks that should be played in the dark with lights out at full blast.. it will send shivers down your spine.
The track Here is a Rose reminds me very much of a song called Martha's Harbour performed by Julianne Regan of All About Eve (a late 80's goth/folk type band from the UK). Take this as a complement as it was one of the great tracks of its time! If you like Damien Rice or Turin Brakes then you may well like this album as it has the same feel about it, lots of Acoustic tracks upbeat and not so upbeat! I think its worth buying just for Still, Meantime and Here is a Rose.
I do own Ghostwriter and You Take the Wheel and they are both great albums, however the 1st album has a more chilled/haunting feel to it. fantastic! thank you Beth...