Beth Fitchet Wood | Red Red Sky

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Red Red Sky

by Beth Fitchet Wood

Intimate songs of life, family and dreams with sparse, elegant arrangements.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Peace In the Valley
2:57 album only
2. Red Red Sky
4:00 album only
3. I Know
3:22 album only
4. Golden Lines
3:18 album only
5. Don't Let Time Catch Me
3:13 album only
6. You Are So Quiet
3:16 album only
7. Baby Next To Me
4:16 album only
8. Wrong Direction
2:50 album only
9. Big Sadness
3:20 album only
10. Crooked Smile
3:24 album only
11. I'm Home
2:51 album only
12. Long Ago
1:59 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This album took four years to make. The original concept was live guitar and vocals, and some of that remains, but many songs developed from there. Steve Wood had his brilliant way with some of the cuts, then Nate Wood added his rhythm work. Richard Stekol put banjo and Mandolin on a couple of tracks, giving it a "Honk" flavor, and The Girls (Sue Bredice and Carolyn Miller) sang backgrounds on three cuts. Album cover by my high school pal, Jan Olsson.



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Ed Goodstein

I love all of Fitchet-Wood's albums (as you can tell if you look at reviews for the others). Even though I've only been listening to this one for a couple weeks though, it is my favorite. Wonderful singing, marvelous sound, and if it seems
a delicate 'Sunday morning' kind of folk album, the lyrics (and if you listen carefully, the arrangements too) show much more than that. Very thoughtful, beguiling, at times funny, at others very moving (sometimes within the same song!). There' s a lot of heart and depth here, and sophistication. And she is excellent at writing positive lyrics about life, love and 'coping,' without falling into cliche, bathos or shallowness. Not so easy to do. As usual, very fine, melodic arrangements and help from her fellow musicians. One of the few albums I've heard this year that I don't want to end and love replaying over and over. Great stuff.