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by Deidre Randall

A voice like Gillian Welch's little sister, two hot bluegrass bands from New England, and kickin' pop-grass songs.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. You're My Anna
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2. Old Mexico
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3. This Side of the Street
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4. Fryeburg Country Fair
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5. By My Side
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6. Passport
2:48 $0.99
7. Chainsaw
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8. All Done 4 Now
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9. The View From Here
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10. Sheila
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Album Notes
Deidre Randall's long-awaited second album Passport features the talents of two premier New England based bluegrass bands; Todd Jones, Ellen Carlson, and Steve Roy from High Range and Dave Talmage, and Matt Shipman, from The Mill City Ramblers, plus the talents of Ed Jurdi, Charlie Strater, Harvey Reid, Joyce Andersen, TS Baker, Gary Szerdzinski, Nate Laban, and Adam Tagliamonte.

This album will be formally released on August 6, 2004 at The Stone Church in Newmarket, New Hampshire. Visit for more information. The venue is an historic, venerable folk club, which helped launch the careers of such stars as Patty Larkin, Suzanne Vega, Harvey Reid and was part of the community featured in Bill Morrissey's book, Edson.

Deidre is an award winning songwriter, also known for her ability to select musicians for song circles and showcases at various folk clubs in New England.



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