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by Salt River

"Filled with country fun, bluesy and edgy harmonica, strong, sweet three-part harmonies, deep and folksy guitars, shoots through you like a water slide." Bob Harris
Genre: Folk: Jazzy folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Workin' for Peace
3:59 album only
2. Hollow Reed
4:33 album only
3. Java Jive
2:54 album only
4. These Two Bright Moons
3:09 album only
5. Manny's Moon
6:25 album only
6. Rain
4:57 album only
7. Sweetest Way
3:50 album only
8. There You Are
4:21 album only
9. Glorified Art Thou
3:32 album only
10. Raise the Flag, Sarah
5:01 album only
11. Ezekiel Saw the Wheel
3:46 album only
12. Drop Back Ten
4:16 album only
13. Women of the World
3:25 album only
14. Variety
4:04 album only


Album Notes
Salt River

Salt River, “folk singers in the purest sense” (Face Magazine), consists of Lee Hosack, Mike and Beverly Rogers and Cathy King. They are based in the seacoast area of Maine and perform traditional and original music reflecting the lifestyle and people of New England. Their folk/blues style is accented by their vocal harmonies and Mike’s signature harmonica. The group’s close friendship and love of music are reflected in their performances and on their CDs, “Lookin’ Back” and “Reflection” (released July 2007). The newest member of the band, Cathy King has played upright bass with Salt River for the past three years, first as a guest with the Trio, then becoming an official member in 2005. She also sings and plays bass and rhythm guitar in bluegrass and old time country music groups with friends including the York River Ramblers.

Salt River’s latest CD, “Reflection” is preceded by “Evenin’ Tide” and “Lookin’ Back” and are available at their performances.

Salt River (Trio) was selected as the sole representative for the State of Maine at the New England Artists’ Congress held in Woodstock, Vermont. Mike and Bev are members of the Maine Arts Commission Touring Roster and the New England Foundation for the Arts and VSA arts NH and VSA arts ME.



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