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Christina's Carousel

by Nancy Priddy

Adult contemporary female jazzy folk rock
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Something in Me
2:38 $0.99
2. Cul De Sac Blues
3:06 $0.99
3. Whatcha Gonna Do When Your Friends Go Crazy
3:06 $0.99
4. Y2k Drinking Song
4:34 $0.99
5. Sweet Jerusalem
9:12 $0.99
6. 1967...aka I Have Nothing to Say Right Now
5:49 $0.99
7. So Damn Cool
3:26 $0.99
8. Little Bit of Rain
2:51 $0.99
9. Little Girls From Canada Don't Lie
5:14 $0.99
10. I Saw the Face
4:04 $0.99
11. Christina's Carousel
3:40 $0.99
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Nancy is considered by many to be a folk vixen from the 60s! Her time with The Bitter End Singers helped launch a solo career that began on DOT Records...Phil Ramone produced her YOU'VE COME THIS WAY BEFORE LP putting her on the cutting edge of Folk Rock in 1967.Chad Watson {West Coast session legend} produced this 07 masterpiece. Nancy continues to explore new territory with her sixth solo release bringing many friends, old & new, to the party!



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Mandy Adams

Great Cd to listen to anytime...
Nancy has done a great job with this CD. I listen to it at work, in the car or at home. Anyone of Nancy's CDs are a great way to put me in a good mood and make me want to dance around.

John Book/The Run-Off Groove

An excellent album for today and the next generation's to come
Actress Nancy Priddy released a few albums in the 1960's before fading into a bit of musical obscurity, but not without gaining a following for that album. Some may also recognize her name as the voice behind a series of "Signs Of The Zodiac" albums the late ort Garson recorded for A&M, on which she asked "what makes Cancer tenacious?... The moon moves the fluids, including the inner juices of human beings, that which assimilates and feeds the body, so the crab feeds the astral planes, assimilating and distributing all that he receives... slowly, until it becomes a part of him." But for a generation or two, she is known as the mom of actress Christina Applegate.

In 2007, Priddy decided to return to one of her original muses to record a great album, with a little help from her friends, called
Christina's Carousel" (Monte's Moolah Music), where she sings songs in various styles from folk to jazz and pop. For the most part they sound like great backyard songs, and perhaps that's the point, as these are the kind of songs that would have been perfect in the late 1960's or early 1970's, when times were different and perhaps a bit more optimistic. Her voice is still as strong as youthful as it was 40 years ago, but now she sings with more experiences behind her and perhaps with a view that comes from living in the second half of her life, especially with such songs as "I Saw The Face", "Little Bit Of Rain", and "Sweet Jerusalem". "Y2K Drinking Song" sounds like the kind of song one would sing if your friends were The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, and David Crosby, where all you need to worry about is drinking and smoking the night away without fear.

"Christina's Carousel" is very much a community album, in this case Priddy's community of friends and the bonds that they share in life and music, and yet it doesn't sound dated. In fact, if one is to call her a folk artist, then Priddy sings for all of the folks who are still open to listening to someone with a positive outlook on life. Perhaps surprisingly, the album sounds approprirate today as it would when she first started making music. An excellent piece of work.


Christina's Carousel
Brillantly done. The words and music stay with me all through the day

Charles Reilly

Music that gets your Mo Jo going

Janet Maxwell

Christina's Carousel
Brillantly done!! The words and music stay with me throughout the day.

Tom Priddy

Great Job, Nini!