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Everybody's Blue

by Lynn Biddick

Contemporary folk and jazz influenced acoustic pop singer-songwriter music.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Your Own Road
3:04 $0.99
2. Crow
3:10 $0.99
3. Everybody's Blue
2:35 $0.99
4. Rain
2:56 $0.99
5. Get Good
3:15 $0.99
6. Bad Children
1:56 $0.99
7. Lushness
3:47 $0.99
8. I Am Woman
3:30 $0.99
9. Scissor Man
4:20 $0.99
10. Indifference
3:09 $0.99
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Album Notes
La crosse native Lynn Biddick, the muti-instrumentalist (piano, mountain dulcimer, harmonium) and singer- songwriter has released “Everybody’s Blue,” her 7th recording, and her second with La Crosse record label Momentous Records. Born in La Crosse, Lynn lived in Boston MA for many years after attending Berklee College. She began her career as a performer and songwriter as a busker in the streets of Boston and in the coffeehouses in Cambridge near Harvard University. She moved to Nashville and teamed up with fellow Berklee alum Gillian Welch and formed the popular “Born To Cook” shows there. Mort Nasatir, former head of MCA records called Lynn “a force to be reckoned with” after seeing her play at The Bluebird Cafe. Her first momentous release “Ghost in the Bed” includes one of Gillian’s early songs “I Don’t Want To Go Downtown” which she never recorded. Lynn says, ”Gillian liked my piano arrangement and my overall treatment of the song, and of course, I was really happy about that.” “ “Ghost” was such a great experience for me. And I’m so thrilled to have been able to record it right here. I’m proud of the quality of it. Music News Nashville gave us a really nice review. My song “Devil’s Lake” got airplay on Wisconsin Public Radio’s “Simply Folk” show, and also on WXPN’s “Blues and Beyond” show out of Philadelphia. In fact, Devil’s Lake became a “top pick of 2009” by Johnny Meister, the DJ of that show. My song “Half A Moon” got recorded by a Los Angeles artist Chazz Frichtel, who played bass with Michael McDonald,of Doobie Brothers fame, for most of his career.”

The new album features Lynn on piano, mountain dulcimer, and harmonium, playing and singing original songs, and a few fresh arrangements of existing songs. “This one has a little bit of a bluesy theme, really. It’s not a “blues” record by any means. But there is some sadness running through it, and some frustration and maybe even a little depression! But also resilience and humor. The last several years have been hard in some ways, not only for me and my immediate sphere of people, but for friends I know all around the country. It came through in the writing, for sure. But I think overall it is an uplifting piece of work.”



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Mary Ellen Whitaker

So refreshing
The songs in this collection can only be called "refreshing." The sweet "Rain" is my favorite, but I so appreciate the songwriter's statement, "I want to get good!" And, even though I got a laugh out of tracks like "Bad Children", at the same time the lyrics were poignantly true. I'm sick of the sound of some music these days. I want to hear real songs sung by real voices playing real instruments. Thanks!