Rod MacDonald | After the War

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After the War

by Rod MacDonald

Lyrically and vocally powerful songs with romantic and socially-conscious message.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. Opening Disclaimer
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2. Stop the War
Rod Macdonald
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3. For the People
Rod Macdonald
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4. Days of Rain
Rod Macdonald
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5. Two Americans
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6. The Coming of the Snow
Rod Macdonald
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7. Ballerina
Rod Macdonald
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8. After the War
Rod Macdonald
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9. American Jerusalem
Rod Macdonald
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10. Soldiers
Rod Macdonald
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11. Half Heaven Half Heartache
Rod Macdonald
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12. I'll Walk in the Highlands
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13. After the Singing
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14. White Buffalo
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15. Wings of Light
Rod Macdonald
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16. Every Living Thing
Rod Macdonald
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After The War was recorded in Woodstock, NY from May 2007 through December 2008, and is produced by JP Bowersock, recorded by Mark Dann, songs and publishing c/o Blue Flute Music.
Musicians:
rod macdonald, guitar, vocals, harmonica
mark dann, bass, electric 12 string guitar, acoustic guitar, octave mandolin
jp bowersock, electric and nylon string guitar, bass
gary burke, drums
pete levin, organ and piano
george goehring, piano
jay ungar, violin
pete clark, violin
Vocalists:
penny nichols, ruth ungar merenda,
david roth, tracy grammer, ellen bukstel, bernie shanahan

MacDonald began singing in a Newport, RI waterfront bar while in the US Navy in the early seventies. Subsequently discharged as a conscientious objector, he became one of Greenwich Village's singer-songwriters in the 70s, moved to Florida in the mid-90s, was been named "best local acoustic artist" by the New Times and "one of ten magnificent musicians" by the Palm Beach Post. A veteran of the Fast Folk Musical Magazine recording artists while in NYC, he has twenty-one songs in the Smithsonian Folkways collection, and 9 cds. Besides recording and touring, he lectures on music in Florida Atlantic University's Lifelong Learning Program, and is sometimes seen gigging around Delray Beach, FL.

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Skylar Khan

After the War
Another Rod MacDonald hit! I continue to appreciate Rod's music and especially his lyrics. Thought provoking, anti war, pro peace and individual peace of mind. I love to hear his music when I am driving alone. After a while, I know all the songs by heart... until the next album comes out. A must have for the thinking person.
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rob isenberg

After the War
I have often wondered how one can continue to produce music, not just of varying topics but ofnew sound ans style. Even the new presentation of some older originals has given them a new taste. With a balance of thought evoking concerns to heart touching ballads, the presentation of composition and voice is pivot. I have enjoyed Rod's music for many years and though I don't tire of my collection, I'm always waiting, wondering, what will he do next? I have "stopped the war within myself". I'm the steward of "Every Living Thing". These are great ideas folks, try them!
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