The Creekdippers | Political Manifest

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Political Manifest

by The Creekdippers

Radical harmonic folk
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Poor GW
3:15 album only
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2. Walk With Them
2:51 album only
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3. Duck Hunting
3:28 album only
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4. Senator Byrd Speech
2:57 album only
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5. Where Is My Baby Boy
1:45 album only
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6. George Bush Industriale
2:53 album only
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7. Saw Song
2:06 album only
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8. Portrait of a Sick America
3:07 album only
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9. My Father Knows Foes
3:17 album only
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10. The End of the Highway
3:32 album only
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11. Coming, Coming
2:35 album only

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Album Notes
This is the politically-charged seventh album by the Original Harmony Ridge Creekdippers, featuring Mark Olson (Jayhawks) and Victoria Williams.

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Political Manifest
This CD is not as politically charged as the title suggests. It's not preachy politics, it's just some commentary on the person impacts of some of the activities of our politicians. The only "manifest" here is the belief in great music-making. This outfit really bring the idea that lyrics are SECONDARY to the music. These songs exist on their own because of the wonderful instrumentation supplied by the folks here, including some SAW playing that gives some stuff an eerie, yet VERY rootsy feel. Highly recommended
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