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by Milagro Saints

folk rock reminescent of Fairport Convention with heavenly intertwining male/female vocals.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sunday
3:42 $0.99
2. Waiting
6:37 $0.99
3. Butterfly
4:52 $0.99
4. Roadside Madonna
4:24 $0.99
5. Mercy Rain
3:18 $0.99
6. Casa Red
4:34 $0.99
7. Carry Me
2:53 $0.99
8. Good Day for Love
4:20 $0.99
9. Where Have You Been?
3:56 $0.99
10. Starlit Night
6:04 $0.99
11. New Moon
3:32 $0.99
12. Way Too Much
2:49 $0.99
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Album Notes
Three musicians (Stephen, Lee and Joyce) met and played together at Lee's apartment on 52nd Street in 1995. They soon found their own subgenre and which one reviewer dubbed "soulfolk". A move out of New York to Raleigh NC brought a much celebrated debut on Whiskeytown's original label Moodfood Records, and the folowing cd's ('Midnight America' and now 'Sunday') on the Moon Caravan label stayed true to their unique "soulfolk" tradition.

This cd, "Sunday" is a hybrid of influences from the psychedelic folk mysticism of 'Waiting' , to the ethereal 'Good Day For Love'.

Anyway, here's some stuff reviewers have said about the music:

"Sweet rugged folk music"

"Part Soul, part rock, part folk...they integrate these influences,(as well as touches of gospel and country), into one medley of great songwriting and infectious performances"

"A breakthrough group"

"Raising the standard of modern folk" INDEPENDENT WEEKLY NC

Stephen Ineson was born in Sheffield, England to a family of banjo, fiddle and moviehouse orchestra players. (His uncle played mandolin some for Ramblin' Jack Elliot). Soon after he returned to NYC from touring with The Jack Rubies he met Joyce and Lee.

Joyce was born in Virginia. Her father possessed a fine baritone voice and Joyce would harmonize with him and her four siblings, "singing the 7th's and 9th's." She kept her instinct for harmonies, and forged a career as an actor/singer in NYC -- becoming part of the east coast country/folk scene, opening for Townes Van Zandt, and working with NYC luminaries: Joey Ramone, ex-members of Talking Heads, the Casual Gods and Arthur Russell.

Lee Kirby grew up in rural Arkansas where he learned to play harmonica while out walking or working the fields. Eventually he found himself in Chicago where Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, and Koko Taylor dominated his attention. He was a booking agent for the Jellyroll Kings and Honeyboy Edwards which kept him even closer to the sound, and studied with blues master Erwin Helfer.



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John Topp

This oozes quality both musically and lyrically.
As a long time fan of S.D Ineson from his Jack Rubie days, I was anticipating good things but was unprepared for the awesome voice of Joyce Bowden. They combine beautifully to deliver the expected high quality songwriting. The opening track, 'Sunday' perfectly demonstrates the vocal blend and sets the tone of the album. 'Waiting' is gloriously moody and already makes the hairs on my neck stand up... fantastic.'Butterfly' is as delicate and captivating as the subject matter. 'Carry Me' is gorgeously blue and there is hook after hook elsewhere on this album. To keep it brief, don't hesitate to buy this CD.

Gina G. Rosset Smith

The Milagro Saints are a pleasant surprise!This is my 2nd CD of theirs!