Rachel McCartney | Interim

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Interim

by Rachel McCartney

Sure to be your new obsession, she's played with Patty Griffin, Shawn Colvin, Peter Mulvey and David Gray; she'll bring you All The Joy and remind you what it is you love about music.
Genre: Folk: Power-folk
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1. Ocean Song
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2. All The Joy
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3. God Made You Right
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4. Pretty Girl
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5. Will I
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6. Pour Me Down the River
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7. So Good
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8. Time Will Tell
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Rachel McCartney has graced Boston, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Madison, Chicago and New York audiences since 1994.

Known to some as the the Hub's favorite street performer and subway entertainer, aside from busking, Rachel's Boston stage experience includes the Somerville Theatre, Lizard Lounge, Kendall Cafe and historic Club Passim. She's also a regular at The Bitter End, The Back Fence and The Living Room in New York.

At Passim, she's opened for well known artists such as Ellis Paul and Willy Porter, and is featured in the Cutting Edge Campfire festivals, five years running. Recent bills include the 10th Annual Songstreet Production of Songwriters at the Somerville Theatre and the 2002 NEMO Showcase.

Before returning to her home town of Gloucester, Rachel was a local favorite at Pittsburgh venues, opening shows for Patty Griffin, Shawn Colvin, David Gray, Susan Werner, John Gorka and Christine Lavin. Her solo billing has repeatedly filled popular venues including The Quiet Storm and The Club Cafe and her Pennsylvania following continues to grow.

Songs from Rachel's recent album Eye On the Horizon (2001) are featured in Who Knew Productions' award-winning independent film The Bread, My Sweet. Her back up vocals and banjo can also be heard on Brian Webb's album entitled Broken Folk released on June 12th.

Rachel is respected among her peers and likes to collaborate with other accomplished artists. Some of her favorite musical influences are also her friends. You might catch her gigging with the likes of Rose Polenzani, Anne Heaton, Brian Webb, Teddy Goldstein, Edie Carey, Meg Hutchinson and Pamela Means.

Her album Interim was released in mid-August.

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Zafe

Beautiful Voice & Excellent Songwriting
The production on this CD is a bit raw for my taste but Rachel's voice and songwriting shine through regardless. From the very first track I was hooked; i can't wait to see her live.
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Kris


Great CD, Ive seen her play some of these songs live and they are just A-mazing!!! Powerful voice and great lyrics make this CD one of my favorites!!
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Lindsay

great sound!
I love Rachel's voice. Most of the cd is great, there were a few tracks I didn't really care for because of their lack of melody and rythm, but all in all it's a good album... now if I could just get my hands on her "Eye on the Horizon" album! (lrs7205@rit.edu, it me up if you've got it!)
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Leigh

An amazing talent!
Rachel's insightful lyrics and soulful voice shine on this CD - it's almost as great as hearing her live!
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Jake

Love at First Listen, Grows Stronger with Play
OK I admit it, I'm crazy about Rachel. Not being from Boston I discovered her a little late, but her music grabbed me. I think this album is so underrated, it deserved a major label and distribution deal. I've only Seen Rachel live acouple of times, but from what I can tell she's as beautiful has her music. Great lyrics with a fair number clever references and analogies with the sea. The CD has been in the car and on the MP3 for more than a year. Hope to see her again soon!
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Mary T

A diamond in the rough. Big voice and strong strumming.
This is just a taste of the next recording, I hope. Rachel's voice is very textured; she can belt out the lyrics, as well as caress them. It is a nice balance of some melodic ballads and some powerfully strummed songs. Rachel must be fabulous live!! Looking forward to the next recording.
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Joie

Great CD!
This is a great CD, I hope she produces more in the near future. Would love to also have Eye on the Horizon, but it is not easily found.
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Daniel Grotke

enchanting voice with great acoustics
Rachel has an enchanting voice mixed with great acoustics and powerful, thought provoking words that is inspirational and enjoying to listen to. Your'e going to have to start traveling futher west, Rachel.
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Sarah

Strong, Spiritual, and Profound
The songs remind me of the Indigo Girls. Each song carries a message. Thought provoking themes.
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Abby

Insanely awesome to the max!
This cd is insane to the x-treme! AWESOME music, AWESOME lyrics, and folks it even gets better in person!
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