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I Left the City Burning

by Little Birdie

Recorded live-off-the-floor, this second album is a collection of 11 songs of wandering and wondering, sung with the haunting honest intensity of singer/songwriter Orit Shimoni, with Graham and Emmylou like harmonies by Andre Kirchhoff.
Genre: Folk: Political Folk
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1. I Left the City Burning
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2. Farmer's Daughter
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3. Nothing More
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4. It Kills Me
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5. Tears of Laura-Mae
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6. The Moon Between Us
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7. Don't Really Matter
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8. In This Skin
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9. Don't Go Blaming Me
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10. Roam No More
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11. I Wish I Had
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
When Cinematic Way, Little Birdie's debut album, was produced, a year and a half went into the work. Montreal producer Mark Goodwin knew just what to do with Orit's songs. The result speaks for itself - a masterfully orchestrated album with instsruments as far ranging as 12 string electric and kalimba (and crystal glasses! and more!). Cinematic Way was named one of the top 3 Canadian albums of that year on CBC radio.

But as Little Birdie toured Canada, most often as a trio, some of the audience requested a recording that is truer to the live performances. Essentially - Orit and Andre singing, acoustic and electric guitar, and the little colouring of a fiddle or mandolin. With the same producer as the first album, I Left the City Burning sonically summarizes the working sound of Little Birdie: haunting harmonies, catchy melodies, thoughtful lyrics, and uttermost sincerity. As one fan put it, "your songs rip my heart out, but I like it."

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