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When I Go

by Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer

This is the incredible debut album by the late Dave Carter and his partner Tracy Grammer.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. When I Go
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2. Don't Tread On Me
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3. Annie's Lover
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4. Grand Prarie TX. Homesick Blues
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5. Kate And The Ghost Of Lost Love
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6. The River, Where She Sleeps
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7. Lancelot
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8. Frank To Valentino
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9. Little Liza Jane
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10. Elvis Presley
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Modern folk duo guitarist Dave Carter and violinist Tracy Grammer first paired up on this 1998 release, When I Go. Apparent from the start is the pair's sensitive interplay and pristine sound. While a bit thinner-sounding than Tanglewood Tree, the album is no less charming, featuring Carter's signature enigmatic tales of rural life and Grammer's yearning violin sound. Re-released in 2002.

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Michael Trew

It Just Sets you on Fire
The Music of Dave Carter and Tracey Grammer has been one of the deepest musical experiences of my life. This is the 2nd Album of thiers I found. first was 7 is the Number of a Man. It was a new recording of all Dave first record before the 2 ever met. So in a way I think I'm listening to them in order. Though they say they don't write happy songs I feel therea lot of positivity and light that emanates from the record as a whole.
Dave really knows how to cut loose and have fun, even while making a point and telling a story about feelin down. I'm so glad I found them. I'm a young songwriter and this duo has become the jewel of my listening time.
As a side note... I was invited to play at a songwriter showcase is Portland back in Dec of 2006. at some little pub down by the river. it was a neat little place, good songwriters. this month I read in an interview that that same little attic bar by the river was where Dave and Tracey first met... Love to them!
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Yova McCoy

A Way With Words
Dave Carter had an amazing way with words and pulled out some amazing rhymes. This is my favorite album over Tanglewood Tree and Drum Hat Budha.
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