Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally | House & Garden

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House & Garden

by Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally

Musical partners Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally have composed a pastoral song-set that tends to a metaphorical garden, tracing life’s natural ups and downs through music, living at the intersection of bluegrass, country, folk and Americana.
Genre: Country: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Life in the Garden
3:02 album only
2. Old Old House
2:53 album only
3. The Gardener
3:10 album only
4. Happy to Go
2:43 album only
5. My Blue Tears
2:29 album only
6. My Soul
2:21 album only
7. I Hear a Southwind
3:00 album only
8. April Fool
2:02 album only
9. Loose Talk
2:35 album only
10. Complicated
2:18 album only
11. Pen in Hand
2:23 album only
12. House
2:44 album only
13. Home's Where I Long to Be
2:11 album only


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Advance reviews are already raving:

From American Songwriter (Rick Moore):
Appalachia meets Alameda County on Nell Robinson and Jim Nunally’s single “Life In the Garden,” the opening track of their upcoming House & Garden album. Grammy-winning bluegrass flatpicker Nunally sings harmony with Robinson on this song comparing the nurturing and beauty of plants and flowers with the people and places in our lives. Heretofore unexplored metaphors and similes abound in this bouncy tune that should put Robinson (think somewhere between Emmylou and Patty Griffin) and Nunally on the map as writers and singers. A fun tune that will make a bunch of songwriters wonder why they didn’t think of that.

“This project came about while Jim and I were working in the studio – and it was a beautiful spring day,” says Robinson. “Jim said he’d started a song while thinking about the strawberry plants he has in his garden. His mother gave him the cuttings planted by his father, and though he passed on many years ago, his memory is kept alive in the garden. What a beautiful gift to reflect on your loved ones as you tend your flowers! We wrote the rest of the lyrics with specific flowers in mind and what they represent (love, faith, comfort) – and then the concept of the project just flowed.”



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