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Radio Lane

by The Braeded Chord

The third CD for the award-winning songwriting duo, "The Braeded Chord," Radio Lane is a showcase for their songwriting abilities and provides a multi-genre-rich listening experience.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. On the Wings of Your Song
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2. Around the World, Across the Street
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3. Sally B
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4. Fragile
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5. Arms of Infinity
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6. Tapestry of Praise
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7. Radio Lane
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8. What Shall I Fear
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9. Ordinary Me
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10. Shenandoah Dreams
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11. Little Martha's Breakdown
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Album Notes
In the small world of women duos, Sharon Dennis and Doris Au MacDonald, both Virginia residents, have often been compared to a “female Simon and Garfunkel.” As The Braeded Chord, they masterfully weave strong imagery, gentle harmonies and evocative melodies to create a compelling listening experience.

“…I know writing. And I was astounded by the quality of the lyrics; by the careful, meticulous attention given to each word and phrase,” says Steve Dennie, Communications Director for the United Brethren denomination, of their second CD, “Dream and Dare.”

“The songs themselves are soundly constructed, solidly played and the vocal performances sincere and touching,” writes Steve Morley, music journalist, in a review of “Dream and Dare” for the official website of the United Methodist Church (www.umc.org). “In an age when pop music—much of CCM included—often clamors loudly for attention in a glutted marketplace, these two young women take the risk of quietly inviting you in for homemade soup and humbly hoping you’ll accept.”

Named after one of the titles on the CD, “Radio Lane” represents an intersection of musical styles. Indeed, listening to the eclectic mix of genres, one gets the sense of riding in a car, listening to the radio and pushing the “search” button. First is an electronica-style dance tune—then a Celtic-tinged rock anthem—then a lilting folk tune, followed by an Al Green R&B-styled number, then a country song, etc. etc.

But “Radio Lane” represents more than a showcase for the songwriting versatility of Dennis and MacDonald—it is “the intersection of hope on a difficult journey. Like the radio that picks up music on the airwaves, our hearts perceive God’s invitation to the adventure,” according to the introduction on the liner notes.

The Braeded Chord have received accolades for their previous collaborations. Their second CD, "Dream and Dare," was the 2005 Washington Area Music Association (WAMMIE) nominee for best inspirational recording.

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