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Politics & Religion

by Kate Wallace

A beautifully crafted CD of original songs (plus tunes by music legends Pete Seeger & John Stewart) in many styles: folk, country, bluegrass, pop & blues that takes a look at how we live today and how we might live.
Genre: Folk: Political
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Dry As the Desert
3:42 $0.99
2. The God in Your Machine
3:30 $0.99
3. Spirit
5:05 $0.99
4. Before the Fall
2:56 $0.99
5. Dark Angel
4:22 $0.99
6. Mercy Brings Mercy
2:49 $0.99
7. Love Comes to the Simple Heart
4:10 $0.99
8. Fast Food World
3:18 $0.99
9. How Can You Turn Away
4:32 $0.99
10. I Will Carry You
4:52 $0.99
11. Old Devil Time
4:07 $0.99
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Politics & Religion
Brand new CD of 11 songs produced by Kate and David West featuring Kate’s big- time favorite, John Stewart on his song, Spirit.

From the Artist

I was born listening to folk music. My years at the Kerrville Folk Festival have changed me forever. I got to hear every great storyteller and player that Mainstream Music either ignored or was too dumb to recognize. This CD was written & recorded with my dearest pals and some of the best in the business. You might call it "amereclectic".

"Wallace's music waxes a rich artful beauty of which only the most accomplished are capable... she proves herself to be an exquisite component of her craft..." Maurice Hope, Country Music News, Britain.

"Kate is a woman of strength with a great deal of integrity and her music reflects her conviction. She's also a babe."
Henry Paul, artist / Blackhawk

"I love Kate. I lover her music and I'll baby-sit her dog anytime".
John Jennings, artist & producer / M. Chapin Carpenter

"Wallace was once a Nashville based songwriter who didn't subscribe to the Music Row mentality of factory writing. She has a distinctive voice and style of writing that allows the songs to flow together seamlessly. Kate has a unique way of flipping into her head voice that's somewhere between a catch and a cry, and always affecting."
Neil Fagan, Performing Songwriter

"This is somebody you need to pay attention to. Her songs have wonderful melodic curves and her vocal is marvelously lustrous. Seek her out- trust me, she's a real winner."
Robert K. Oermann, Music Row Magazine



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Alison Tamminga

Politics and Religion
I heard Kate do some of these songs live at Song Tree and immediately bought the CD. I've played it many times. Since we also love John Stewart's music, their duet was a special blessing. I purchased this copy as a gift for my daughter. Highly recommended.

Terry Ransom

Politics & religion speaks diretly to both heart & mind
Yes, Politics & Religion is indeed awesome! Kate Wallace puts forth her songs with lingering melodies as well as lingering messages. Her duet on Spirit with John Stewart raises those little hairs on the back of my neck. Thanks!

Skip Donnelly

Kate Wallace - Politics and Religion
I had heard Ms. Wallace sing before, so I knew I would like the CD. I didn't realize how much though. It is a great recording through and through, including the songwriting and backup musicianship. The CD was delivered promptly, wrapped beautifully and follow up emails were received with a personal and humorous touch. All in all, it was a nice transaction. Hopefully, the musicians benefit more from this type of sale; if so, I will continue to use CD Baby!

Thanks much,

Michael "Skip" Donnelly