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by Deborah Kuhl

"If Joni Mitchell and Carole King had a love child, it would be Deborah Kuhl" Brian W, in attendance at the CD release live show.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Doesn't the World Turn Differently (feat. Linda Benyahia)
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2. Open Door Dreaming
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3. Rosemary Parsley Sage (feat. Colin Sacks)
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4. Things You Gave Me (feat. Linda Benyahia)
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5. Lakeville Road (feat. Colin Sacks)
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6. Like Delilah (feat. Linda Benyahia & Pawel Walerowski)
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7. Last Call
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8. Hey Diddle Diddle (feat. Colin Sacks & Maria Murillo)
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9. Where the Mockingbird Sings (feat. Maria Murillo)
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10. Harbor
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11. Hush (feat. Pawel Walerowski)
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12. My Boy Home
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13. Ruth (feat. Linda Benyahia, Doug Wendt, Colin Sacks & Neil Linden)
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14. Goodnight Dearheart
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15. Not Singing the Blues (feat. Linda Benyahia)
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16. One Water
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17. Friends of Bill (feat. Linda Benyahia)
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18. That's How It Goes (feat. Linda Benyahia)
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19. Black and White World (feat. Pawel Walerowski)
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20. Wine to Water (feat. Pawel Walerowski)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Music by Deborah Kuhl
Lyrics by Deborah Kuhl except where indicated†

Deborah Kuhl – lead vocals, piano, accordion,guitar

Linda Benyahia –back up and/or lead vocals; guitar
on Not Singing the Blues and Friends of Bill

Colin Sacks–bass on Ruth and Hey Diddle Diddle,
lead guitar on Rosemary Parsley Sage;
rhythm guitar and mandolin on Lakeville Road
Maria Murillo–fiddle
Pawel Walerowski –cello
Doug Wendt-lead guitar on Ruth
Neil Linden-banjo on Ruth
All songs recorded at A Room With A View Studios in Petaluma, CA
with the exception of Ruth recorded by Aram Boyd Creative Digital in Pacheco, CA

Doesn’t the world turn differently-I saw a sign…and Tarot images
†Open Window-When Kathy Everitt gave me her lyrics, I immediately heard a waltz.
Rosemary Parsley Sage-A new song with a wink to a very old traditional tune
Things You Gave Me-A love affair is over, but objects remain
Lakeville Road-A love story takes a bad turn on the little road near Petaluma, CA
Like Delilah-The heroines of antiquity and their particular strengths.
Last Call-Inspired by a “last call” announcement from a 1983 live recording in Austin, Texas
†Hey Diddle Diddle-A reason to fiddle; Kathy Everitt provided lyrics for 2 nd and 3 rd verses.
†Where the mockingbird sings-Inspired by the real mockingbirds who live noisily outside my bedroom.
I presented six words to Kathy Everitt who wrote the lyrics.
Hush-For mothers who struggle in difficult situations.
My Boy Home-About the sacrifices made by family and friends when loved ones go to war
Ruth-A tribute to my colorful Aunt Ruth – lyrics also make mention of my mom Rosie.
†Goodnight Dearheart-Colin Sacks wrote these lyrics based on the epitaph of Suzy Clemens’ (Mark Twain's daughter) grave.
†One Water-Kathy Everitt wrote these lyrics based on a song she heard in Louisiana as a little girl.
Friends of Bill-Inspired by the twelve step slogan – one day at a time.
That’s How It Goes-My daughter Linda Benyahia’s vocal weaves in and out of melody and harmony.
Black and White World-Written while I still lived in Paris during the hype leading up to the Iraq war.
Wine to Water - A baroque feel to this folk tune.

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