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Inside

by Janis Carper

Inside delivers rootsy folk-rock to heartfelt ballads from this award-winning songwriter.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Halfway Home
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2. Footsteps
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3. Here Came You
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4. Hearts Like These
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5. Whatever Happened to True Love?
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6. Inside
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7. Somewhere In The Middle
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8. Night Horse
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9. Legacy
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10. The Way That She Loves You
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11. Backroads
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12. Where Are You Now?
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13. When You Get Home
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14. Tic Tac Toe
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15. The Lawnmower Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This 1999 release from Carper includes fourteen original songs. From rootsy folk-rock to heartfelt ballads, Inside truly showcases Carper's award winning songwriting. Self-produced and recorded at MiCasa Studio in Seattle, WA, this album features the tight harmonies of trio-mates Becca Christel and Tracy Spring, as well as additional backing vocals ay Renee Redeker, Heidi Muller, Connie Bigelow and Allison Roberts, plus a soaring duet with former singing partner Larry Murante. Also featured are Dan Mohler and Walter White on bass. Carper tastefully layers her own multi-instrumental talents on mandolin, lead and slide acoustic and electric guitars, percussion and bass.

"This is a wonderful album showcasing the work of songwriter, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist, Janis Carper, in nicely layered arrangements . . . Carper's throaty alto resonates with solid womanly strength. Her lyrics are simple, effective poetry without frills. . .Got to hear this one for yourself!"
- Victory Review

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