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Full Circle

by Gail Rundlett

Blessed with the honesty of Iris Dement and the heart-touching soul of Nanci Griffith, Gail interprets songs from the gospel tradition, Greg Brown, Brooks Williams, and Tim O'Brien, accompanying herself on the Mountain Dulcimer, guitar with others
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Early
Gail Rundlett
4:14 album only
2. Spring Is Here
3:19 album only
3. Across The Great Divide
3:59 album only
4. Queen Anne's Street
4:11 album only
5. Freedom Is Coming
2:44 album only
6. Farther Along
5:44 album only
7. Sandy River Belle/may Apple
2:50 album only
8. All That Is Gold
3:51 album only
9. All Aboard The Spray
3:45 album only
10. Sea Wind/celtic Melodies
4:26 album only
11. I Hear A Call
3:25 album only
12. All I Really Need
3:30 album only
13. Full Circle
4:44 album only


Album Notes
Gail has been a popular performer on the coffeehouse circuit in the Boston area for the past 20 years, sharing the stage with the likes of Odetta, Tom Rush, Nanci Griffith, Garnet Rogers, Brooks Williams, Vance Gilbert, Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer, and Lui Collins, among many others. For nine years she was a founding member of the very successful 4-women a cappella quartet, Taproot. The group went on a friendly hiatus in the fall of 2002. While mostly performing solo, Gail often collaborates with her good friend Heidi Muller and her son Julian (vocals, keyboard, fiddle).



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