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Still Hidden Places

by Paula Joy Welter

Welter's richly textured alto voice, compelling lyrics, and fingerstyle guitar work that delights with each note are all warmly and intimately captured in this luciously recorded all-acoustic CD.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. A Distant Shore
4:25 album only
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2. Deep Within Wisconsin Green
4:41 album only
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3. Tumbleweed Waltz
3:06 album only
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4. Gone The Rainbow
4:32 album only
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5. Where Two Rivers Meet
4:29 album only
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6. Broken Wings Mend
3:28 album only
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7. Rivers Run Deep
5:41 album only
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8. Uncharted Skies
5:58 album only
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9. On Steeds That Could Fly
3:35 album only
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10. Where Sparrow Choirs Sing
3:45 album only
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11. The Truth In The Gravy
5:08 album only

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For more information about Paula Joy Welter's music, visit her artist website, as well as CD Baby's pages: www.paulajoy.com

Excerpted quotes from a review written by Kevin McCarthy, 5/06 -- "Kevin's Celtic & Folk Music CD Reviews"

"...Do welcome Paula Joy Welter back. Her initial CD, with that heart-melting, tear-inducing cut "Joanna's Gift," came out way back in 1995. Now she has issued her second release, offering another distillation of life's ups-and-downs, filtered through a prism of wisdom." ...

"This is another contemplative offering, mixed of wistfulness, acceptance and even joy. Welter's chosen material and her presentation leads one to believe she has traveled life's high and low roads, not simply surviving, but experiencing elemental beauty and knowledge throughout the entire journey." ....

"Welter, on acoustic guitar and lead vocals, is backed by Norton Buffalo on harmonica and bass harmonica; "Sneaky Pete" Kleinow on pedal steel; Ritt Henn on acoustic bass; Greg Orton on fretless bass; Dan Barker on cello; Gabe Witcher on fiddle; Michael Witcher on dobro; Shawn Skylark on piano; Fred Faiella on accordion and Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen on harmony vocals."

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