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Noel Paul Stookey | At Home: The Maine Tour

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At Home: The Maine Tour

by Noel Paul Stookey

A two-disc (CD/DVD) set of exclusive performance recordings from the Maine 2014 solo summer tour featuring first releases of NUKES R NUTS, FAMILIA DEL CORAZON, SEPTEMBER SONG, THE LADY SAYS, DOG OF TIME and nineteen other favorites including JEAN CLAUDE,
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. One & Many
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2. Obedient Servant
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3. The Lady Says
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4. Dog of Time
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5. Nukes R Nuts
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6. Facets of the Jewel
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7. Simple Song
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8. The Love in You
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9. Cabin Fever Waltz
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10. September Song
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11. Virtual Party
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12. Father's House
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13. Whatshername
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14. For the Love of It All
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15. Wedding Song
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16. Cue the Moon
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17. Glory Train
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18. One & Many (Reprise)
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19. Not That Kind of Music
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20. Familia del Corazon
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21. Jean Claude
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22. America
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23. In These Times
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24. Irish Blessing
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Betty and I moved with our three daughters to the coast of Maine over forty years ago. Since then, I've done the occasional benefit concert - from Fort Kent to Portland - but have never done a concentrated tour of the state in one season. Until last year. From Ogunquit to Eastport (check THAT out on a map), I recorded (and subsequently edited and authored) these 24 music videos for the DVD and (amazingly) all 24 of the songs fit on the accompanying CD.

The songs represent a broad range: THE CABIN FEVER WALTZ (homage to the rigors of enduring the lengthened winter in Maine), a new version of WHATSHERNAME (a bittersweet jazz shaded reminiscence of a middle-aged man in denial) originally recorded on the PP&M 1700 album, FAMILIA DEL CORAZON (a new song that speaks to the immigration issue in compassionate rather than political terms), WEDDING SONG (with the 'original' lyric and a spoken introduction) and THE LADY SAYS SHE DON'T LIKE JAZZ (a commentary on a common misperception of the creative process).

I hesitate to call this a memoir - though it does span 50 years of my music - but I DO appreciate the fact that 1) it's all about the music - 95% of the visual is 'in performance', 2) the camera work is intimate - both fixed and handheld coverage by videographers sharing the stage during performance and 3) it's as relaxed and 'stookey' as it can get - what with no accompaniment except my guitar.

'Sort of what you'd expect if we were together AT HOME...

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