Larry Hanks & Deborah Robins | No Hiding Place

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No Hiding Place

by Larry Hanks & Deborah Robins

American Songster, bass-baritone Larry Hanks, joins forces with Deborah Robins, creator of eclectic close harmonies, for a fresh look at songs of the American working class.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. The Boll Weevil
2:44 album only
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2. Angelina Baker
2:46 album only
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3. Dear Okie
1:39 album only
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4. Weave Room Blues
2:58 album only
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5. Clara Nolan's Ball
2:13 album only
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6. Queen of the Rails
3:28 album only
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7. Cotton Mill Girls
4:01 album only
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8. There's No Hiding Place Down Here
2:42 album only
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9. Gum Tree Canoe
3:17 album only
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10. Mississippi River Blues
2:56 album only
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11. Green Corn
2:02 album only
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12. Nevada Jane
5:06 album only
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13. I'm a-Long Time Traveling Here Below
3:32 album only
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14. Old Black Choo Choo
3:03 album only
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15. Let Them Wear Their Watches Fine
4:14 album only
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16. Orphan Train
3:37 album only
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17. Miss the Mississippi and You
3:19 album only
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18. Green Door
2:01 album only
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19. The Old Woman and the Pig
3:14 album only

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Album Notes
A note from the album's Producer, Steven Strauss:

"No Hiding Place" is an album to fall in love with. Its song list is drawn from the traditions of Lead Belly, Pete Seeger, Utah Phillips, Jimmie Rodgers, The Dixon Brothers, Jean Ritchie, The New Lost City Ramblers, and more, but the rapport shared by the artists is the unifying force in their presentation. Truly they seem to be two voices singing one song. Their blend is natural, unmannered, and plain in a way that strikes the ear as a nearly extinct species. The effect is almost one of a time warp; the practices and values on ample display are entirely in keeping with the tradition of American folk music untouched by the commercial folk scene of the sixties. Though their interpretations differ from those you've heard, the essential nature of the song itself shines through.

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