Patty Stevenson & Craig Siemsen | One Person

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One Person

by Patty Stevenson & Craig Siemsen

One Person weaves two beautiful voices with stunning acoustic accompaniment bringing to life original tunes and other favorites.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Railroading on the Great Divide
3:26 album only
2. Oh, Won't You Lend Me Your Cane
3:54 album only
3. Doing Alright
3:07 album only
4. One Person
2:44 album only
5. Time to Go
5:42 album only
6. Here in California
5:12 album only
7. Sweet Tooth
2:09 album only
8. Forever Child
4:14 album only
9. Has Sorrow Thy Young Days Shaded?
3:23 album only
10. Pocket Bread and Peanut Butter
2:12 album only
11. More Than Candy
2:00 album only
12. Sitting Down Polka
2:25 album only
13. Low End of Normal
4:45 album only
14. Diamond Glider
2:26 album only


Album Notes
Recorded live in studio, One Person is the first duo recording of these acclaimed performers. Drawing from original songs and tunes written by other artists including Sara Carter, Kate Wolf, Larry Penn, and Ginny Reilly, STEVENSON & SIEMSEN have created a beautiful tapestry highlighting their tight harmonies and masterful accompaniment on guitars, piano, harp and mountain dulcimer.



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Sue Fink

honest and pure, warm and fun!
In this crazy, helter-skelter world, sometimes it\'s nice to be reminded of the kindness and gentleness that still exist... and that\'s what you\'ll remember as you listen to this album.

Both Patty and Craig are excellent songwriters and musicians who each have their own albums. I was thrilled when they finally recorded this one together, for they each add so much to each other\'s songs, and to the songs they cover, as well -- they make all of the songs their own.

I like everything about this album: how it sounds, the song selection, how it flows. Craig\'s voice is like warm chocolate, and Patty\'s soars above. My favorites include \"Railroading,\" \"Oh won\'t you lend me your cane,\" \"One Person,\" \"Low End of Normal\"... and I don\'t think you\'ll hear a more moving song than \"Diamond Glider.\" And listen to how beautifully Patty sings the traditional \"Has Sorrow thy Young Days Shaded.\"

Listen while you\'re driving, or when you need to find your inner peace... but definitely, listen!