Maggie Hasspacher | We Shall Overcome

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We Shall Overcome

by Maggie Hasspacher

Recorded in Los Angeles with pop, folk and jazz influences at Rock Star Studios in Chinatown by Mark Rusch, Maggie Hasspacher plays acoustic bass and sings originals, covers and poetry set to new music.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Indiana (feat. Andrew Kratzat, composer)
2:49 $0.99
2. Deportees
3:33 $0.99
3. Why Can't We Stay Here? (feat. Amy Bormet)
3:07 $0.99
4. True Romance (feat. Terry de Castro & Written by Astrid Williamson and published by ℗Incarnation Records)
4:46 album only
5. The Water Is Wide (feat. Gerald Hasspacher)
2:31 album only
6. Since You Died the Days Are Broken (feat. Katherine Leyton, Poetry)
2:37 album only
7. We Shall Overcome
3:57 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Influenced by folk, pop and jazz, bassist/vocalist Maggie Hasspacher recorded this first solo singer/songwriter album in Los Angeles with producer Mark Rusch at Rock Star Studios in Chinatown 2013-2014. The compilation features original tunes, poetry by Toronto-based poet Katherine Leyton, and covers of artists like Astrid Williamson, Andrew Kraztat and Woody Guthrie. Hasspacher arranged the title track "We Shall Overcome" while teaching at an in inner-city school in Detroit in 2013 and has set it to photographs of Detroit by Brazilian artist Neca Dantas in a slideshow soon to come on Youtube. Guest artists include Amy Bormet (founder of Washington Women in Jazz Festival) and Terry de Castro (The Wedding Present). Hasspacher performed parts of the album on KPCC Los Angeles' show called The Global Village and WLRN Maimi's Folk and Acoustic Show.

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