Urban Tapestry | Sushi And High Tea

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Sushi And High Tea

by Urban Tapestry

Three women from Toronto who sing close harmony and produce some fine music with a science-fiction and fantasy (filk) bent.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Friendship Song
2:41 album only
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2. Waiting For Frodo
3:48 album only
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3. Homecoming
5:34 album only
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4. Another Story
3:19 album only
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5. Amanda
2:45 album only
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6. Battle On!
3:45 album only
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7. My Jalapeno Man
3:24 album only
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8. The Dark Is Rising
3:39 album only
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9. Monday
3:23 album only
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10. The Truth Is Out There
2:22 album only
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11. I Am Stardust
4:19 album only
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12. Star Sisters
2:36 album only
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13. A Neurotic Love Song
3:23 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Urban Tapestry is a Toronto-based filk/folk trio consisting of Allison Durno, Jodi Krangle, and Debbie Ridpath Ohi. Our songs have been aired on Dr. Demento, CBC radio and Prairie Celidh, and we've performed concerts in England, Germany, the U.S. and Canada.

Please do visit our official site (at the left) for updated information and our performance schedule:

Awards:

Best Performer Pegasus Award (1997)
Best Performer Pegasus Award (2004)
Best Song (2004) for "The Lady"
Best Food/Drink Song (2000) for "My Jalapeno Man", tied with Tom Smith
Winner of the 2006 Aurora Fan Achievement (Other) award

The tracks on this particular CD are a selection of songs recorded live during Urban Tapestry concerts in the UK and in California from 2000-2002. Cover art by Beckett Gladney.

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Mark Long

Fine filk, well balanced
Fine musicianship and writing. Variations in pace with some sadder songs such as Homecoming and lovely pastiche such a song about Xena in the style of leader of the Pack.

None of the tracks stand out as brilliant but all of them are very good indeed. A great addition to a collection.
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Bruce Feist

Lovely voices, good lyrics
They sing well, and their material is good. I like their collective sense of humor.
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