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Randy VanWarmer Sings Stephen Foster

by Randy VanWarmer

Best known for his classic hit "Just When I Needed You Most" Randy had been working on this project when he passed away on Jan 12, 2004. Always a lover of Stephen Foster's music, this CD is a moving tribute by Randy to these amazing traditional songs.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. The Camptown Races
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2. Oh Susanna
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3. My Old Kentucky Home, Good Night
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4. Beautiful Dreamer
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5. Angelina Baker
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6. Old Folks At Home
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7. Hard Times Come Again No More
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8. Jeannie With the Light Brown Hair
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9. Old Black Joe
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10. We Will Keep A Bright Outlook
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From a fan....posted on Amazon.com when this CD was released in Japan in 2006. What more can we say.

A Moving Farewell, June 22, 2006
By TLCSSD

This is a great and beautiful recording, with Vanwarmer's best singing in many years. Listen to it on the best quality sound system you can find. It's not only a respectful tribute to a songwriter he clearly admires but is also an unexpectedly innovative and at times witty one-man show (Randy plays all the instruments). That he completed work on this record a few days after learning of his illness, and that he was destined to die on the anniversary of Foster's death, gives the recording an additional element of depth and poignancy. This is Randy's best record since "The Beat of Love" and "Terraform", way back in the early '80s. He is missed.

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