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by Deidre Randall

Deidre's unique voice is her trademark, often compared to Natalie Merchant and Gillian Welch. In her 3rd, full band album, she writes about trailer parks, cows, and burning docks. A folk, electric odyssey with danceable tracks and slow sweet ballads.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Full Moon Tonight
3:12 $1.29
2. Liquor Store
2:44 $1.29
3. Straight and True
2:58 $1.29
4. Peru
3:23 $1.29
5. Trailer Park
2:41 $1.29
6. Dig
3:30 $1.29
7. New Girl
4:07 $1.29
8. In My Sight
2:22 $1.29
9. Surrender
2:09 $1.29
10. The Dock
4:03 $1.29
11. It Was Only a Ladder
1:54 $1.29
12. I Am Your Book
1:21 $1.29
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Album Notes
Deidre Randall received Best Folk Artist in 2000 from the Spotlight Magazine/Seacoast Newspapers, and began building a name for herself from Portland, ME to Boston, MA. In 2004, the best local players got together to record the timeless songs of this local favorite. Her 2nd album, Passport, was released to critical acclaim, garnering reviews and bookings. Deidre continued to write, while remarrying and having two more children, Ethan and Ella. In 2013, when Ella entered kindergarden, Deidre began working on Dig, her third album. Striving for a more electric sound than on her past records, Deidre worked with guitarist Chris O'Neill, and multi-instrumentalist/producer Marc McElroy and producer Guy Capecelatro III, to build an acoustic/electric band for the new songs. The result is Dig, an album that tells the tale of second marriages, farms transitioning to a new generation, girls in trailer parks dreaming of more, and docks burning down on the fourth of July.



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