Annie Gallup | Cause and Effect

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Cause and Effect

by Annie Gallup

An adept poet and skillful musician that weaves prose and melody to create a masterpiece of acoustic folk.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. Fight the Devil
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2. For Money
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3. Grandma\'s Best China
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4. Dancing with a Stranger
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5. You Can Run
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6. So Easy
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7. As If You Were There
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8. All Those Fools
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9. Steak & Eggs for Breakfast
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10. There Are Rules
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11. About Freedom
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12. If I Loved You
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Album Notes
Cause and Effect, Annie\'s debut recording, was originally released in 1994 on her own Flyaway Hair label, and then on Prime CD in 1996. Sing Out magazine said \"Gallup writes incredible lyrics...\" Another rave from Mountain Xpress — \"Gallup\'s guitar playing favors complex runs and picking patterns while her voice glides easily from the conversational to the ethereal, framing an unabashed gift for language and an idiosyncratic perspective that yields big truths in small musical packages. Talent enough to humble the average giant.\" And from Dirty Linen — \"Gallup\'s pipes blend the throaty smoothness of early Joni Mitchell with a distinctive inflective twang that is closer to Lucinda Williams. An unlikely combination perhaps, but the effect is captivating.\"

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