Ellen and John Wright | Family Album

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Family Album

by Ellen and John Wright

Suburban folk singing.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. Odessa 1905: A Jewish Girl on the Odessa Steps
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2. Beautiful Dreamer
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3. You Know How in September: A Visit to Sunnyside
4:35 $0.99
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4. Take Me Out to the Ball Game
2:47 $0.99
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5. Working the Road to Glory
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6. Down in the Valley
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7. Pressing On: The Roni Stoneman Story
2:50 $0.99
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8. Since You Went Away
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9. In the Sweet Bye and Bye
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10. She Doesn't Know How Young She Looks: A Modern Girl in Her Parents' Home
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11. The Minstrel Boy
2:33 $0.99
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12. The Courtship of Reuben Fisher: A Quaker Girl in the Cork Meeting House
5:11 $0.99
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13. Be s Stranger No More
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14. This Little Light of Mine
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15. Buffalo Gals
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Album Notes
The first song is a true story about EW's grandmother. To see the images of Eisenstein's cinematic recreation of the demonstration, google "Odessa Steps." The third song celebrates Sunnyside Gardens in Queens, NY, built by JW's grandfather, Henry Wright. The seventh song commemorates EW's book about Roni Stoneman, First Lady of the Bluegrass Banjo. The tenth song is quite imaginary: EW and JW's daughter Jennifer was in fact married in a registry office in Japan. The twelfth song is the true story of the courtship of JW's sixth great-grandparents in the late seventeenth century.

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