Peggy Watson | A Good Life

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A Good Life

by Peggy Watson

Life stories wrapped in uniquely beautiful music - flavored acoustic folk, pop and jazz.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. A Good Life
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2. Wake Up Little Mama
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3. Sailor Song
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4. Since I've Felt Like This
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5. Baby I Love You
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6. My Old Friend
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7. Crooked Girl
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8. Blue Scarf
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9. Most of All
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10. In the Daylight
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11. Saving Everyone
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12. Gone Just Like a Train
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

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Album Notes
"...Peggy Watson brings rare grace, skill and versatility to her work. Blessed with a luminous soprano, her singing is equally enchanting whether she's performing folk, pop, jazz, country or torch ballads."
George Varga - San Diego Union Tribune

Peggy has a great love of poetry and melody. Her songs blend rich imagery with beautiful music that ranges from very simple to complex. Her collaboration with musicians David Beldock and Dave Blackburn has added depth and dimension to Peggy's repertoire. Her new CD, "A Good Life," is an emotional, melodic ride through real stories of life and love.

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B West

A Good Life Indeed!
Through Watson’s magic, what might have been dark becomes light, and what is unquestionably light becomes multifaceted joy. “A Good Life” wells up from a warm, languid flow to lively syncopation and back again, curling around joyful lyrics contending with blue moods. Loneliness and hardship are soon surrounded by the comforts of home and family, multilayered joys and sorrows blending together to remind us of all that we hold dear.
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