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Goodnight Moon

by Judy Painter & Rose Kimball

The songs on this record are incredibly personal and go straight to the heart. The lyrics speak to all who listen and the musical choices in instrumentation and harmonies will leave you anxiously waiting to see where the next song will take you!
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Goodnight Moon
Judy Painter & Rose Kimball
3:30 $0.99
2. Call It Lightning
Judy Painter & Rose Kimball
2:55 $0.99
3. Rattlesnake (feat. Rich Brotherton & Warren Hood)
Judy Painter & Rose Kimball
4:47 $0.99
4. Unlocked Doors
Judy Painter & Rose Kimball
3:47 $0.99
5. The Conversation
Judy Painter & Rose Kimball
2:58 $0.99
6. Whooping Crane
Judy Painter & Rose Kimball
3:22 $0.99
7. That's Love
Judy Painter & Rose Kimball
3:15 $0.99
8. Blues in the Bottle (feat. Richard Bowden)
Judy Painter & Rose Kimball
3:42 $0.99
9. Stars Collide
Judy Painter & Rose Kimball
3:15 $0.99
10. Life Has a Way
Judy Painter & Rose Kimball
3:27 $0.99
11. No Better Love (feat. Warren Hood)
Judy Painter & Rose Kimball
4:02 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
As a sophomore effort, Goodnight Moon avoids the typical over production and over reaching pitfalls, suffered by so many second cd's. This record is beautifully put together, pulling in some of the players from the The Journey and continuing the truly amazing songwriting talent and presentation of musical story telling. Judy and Rose make it clear with this record that they still have something to say to the world with their music and as more and more people find them, their fan base continues to expand.

About the Music:
The original songs are deeply personal, starting off with the title cut...Goodnight Moon that Judy wrote for her pal and musical cohort, Sarah Elizabeth Campbell, a singer and writer lost to cancer this past year. The album continues with Call it Lightning, an old time styled song written by Rose about finding what "fills your fountain" in life. Rattlesnake is cool cover by a really talented California writer, Michael P. Kennedy (of Faux Renwah) and Unlocked doors is just one of the many beautiful pieces written by John Fulbright. With The Conversation, Judy and Rose counter each other in the roles of a single mother and teenage daughter in a coming of age conversation. Whooping Crane is an Eric Taylor tune that gets pulled into their vocal trade off vibe and harmonies. Judy's, That's Love is next up and has been a favorite going out to couples whose relationships have lasted the test of time. Blues in the Bottle is an old fiddle drinking tune originally written and performed by Prince Albert Hunt in the 20's, but then brought into the psychedelic folk of the 60's. Stars Collide goes into the emotional depths a bit as it's core inspiration was the suicide of a friend's father. Life Has A Way came from looking back at friends and loved ones gone by and knowing their memories keep them with you always. Judy and Rose have been together for 23 years and the last song No Better Love is a ballad born of the regular stuff couples go through as they travel life's ups and downs.

About the Players:
In addition to Judy and Rose, the amazing musicians on this record include - Rich Brotherton on various guitars and stringed things, the harmonium and 3rd part harmony vocals - Warren Hood on fiddle - Richard Bowden on fiddle and Cisco Ryder on cajon.

All in all we hope this record will keep your heart, mind and ears engaged!....Enjoy!



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Simply Beautiful!
OK....What can I say about this record? I can't say it in one word as I did in the title of this review. SO.... Here we go: As I listened to the first and title track, I could SEE Sayra "lizibeth" Campbell with her little red guitar and remember all the few times I was privileged to sit beside her on Judy's front porch, jamming to what ever amused us at the time. Judy Painter and Rose Kimball's vocals are sweet, clear, and beautifully balanced to each other. Moving on with the tracks - as I get to "The Conversation". I've heard this song before but, on this particular incarnation was so smooth and poignant, almost like a brand new song. I LOVE Their version of "Whooping Crane by Erick Taylor. Moving on, "Blues in a Bottle" is snappy and engaging and just plain fun. nuff said. Any way. This is, in my humble opinion, their cleanest and BEST body of work to date (I Loved "The Journey" CD as well), but this record is in a class by itself. I LOVE THIS RECORD. and I'm proud to have it in my collection.
Play on J&R......Hope to see y'all real soon.

Cactus Bob & Prairie Flower

Faux Renwah LIKES it!
Touching poignant songs, beautifully performed by two great Austin gals. The production and musicianship is excellent, be prepared to shed a tear. We loved it...Cactus Bob and Prairie Flower~*~ of Faux Renwah


Music From the Heart
Once again, Judy and Rose have shared their hearts with us. Their vocals draw you in, and the instrumentals soothe your soul. While they write of their own life experiences, their music and words make you feel like the song was written for you. You can't listen to "Life Has A Way" and not relate to someone in your own life. I guess that's why I love them so much, they just make you feel good. So give yourself a gift of their CD ...I promise you won't regret it.


I simply love this cd! The harmonies are so beautiful and the instrumentation...wow! The track "Stars Collide" brings tears to my eyes. And the title track...I could listen to it over and over and over again. Their song, "That's Love" really hits home and makes me smile thinking, "They must have peaked into my life.".
I thought that their first cd was fantastic, but their "sophomore" release managed to surpass it. Way to go ladies!


Beautifully written, beautifully perfomed
So glad these Austin artists share their talent and passion with the rest of us. Well done.