Porch | Live at the Riverfront

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Live at the Riverfront

by Porch

Alternative folk originals, blues, bluegrass; high quality americana with great vocals and intricate guitars.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Intro
Porch
0:50 album only
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2. Shadow Girl (porch)
Porch
4:02 album only
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3. Speed of the Sound of Loneliness (john Prine)
4:48 album only
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4. Vamp in the Middle (john Hartford)
3:34 album only
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5. Satan's Choir (tom Harley Cambell)
3:36 album only
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6. Blackberry Blossom (traditional)
2:15 album only
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7. Louisiana (elizabeth Meacham)
4:53 album only
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8. Shotgun Down the Avalanche (shawn Colvin)
4:00 album only
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9. Can't Find My Way Home (steve Winwood)
3:23 album only
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10. Hold Watcha Got (jimmy Martin)
3:02 album only
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11. Willin' (lowell George)
3:02 album only
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12. Mississippi Blues (willie Brown)
4:36 album only
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13. As I Went Out (bob Dylan)
2:55 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
What began as a backyard "covers" duo in the summer of 2001, has transformed into a tight acoustic unit playing originals penned mostly by Liz, and collaboratively arranged by Liz and Stuart Abrams.

We're excited about our new material and are recording our first studio "album" to chronicle the work of the past couple of years. Shows will still have some of the bluegrass and blues that are our roots, but are oriented more and more toward originals.

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