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Diane Hurst | You Can't Take a Spiderweb Home

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You Can't Take a Spiderweb Home

by Diane Hurst

Original songs in a traditional folk music style -- "Fun Folk with Feeling"
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. Sun Ray
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2. You Can't Take a Spiderweb Home
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3. Friendship
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4. Grow
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5. Cold and Rainy
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Album Notes
This EP, "You Can't Take a Spiderweb Home," has songs about nature and philosophy, with a happy feel.

Diane is a singer-songwriter who writes in the folk tradition, similar in style to Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, and Malvina Reynolds.

Listening to this debut album's songs -- with clear, sweet vocals and guitar-- is like being at a "living room concert."

Here is a review of Diane's music by Karen Overton, performing musician:

". . . Your music is a breath of fresh air! It lifts you up, takes you back, and leaves you with a sense that God will carry you through life. The love that backs your songs, well, it's like it's dancing playfully here and there, while picking up flowers and looking in peepholes and sitting down occasionally to shoot a pretty marble or two.

After listening to your songs, I see in my minds eye, your words and musical notes floating gayfully in the air, giving children and adults a happy place to look up to. I was left inspired and sort of spiritually fed. I probably sound off the wall, but I was really moved by not just your songs, but your voice and phrasing and style . . ."



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