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Star Spangled

by Sisters 3

Harmony singing sisters tackle love, politics and the American Dream. Acoustic guitar, piano and percussion played by the sisters with guest performers on peddle steel, mandolin, violin and viola.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Album Introduction
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2. Heart Disease
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3. Patsy Cline
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4. Little Lainy Lou
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5. Star Spangled
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6. Giggling Gremlins
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7. The Subway Song
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8. All the Working People
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9. Burmuda Triangle
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10. Counting Footsteps
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11. The Soldier Song
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12. Morning Glory
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13. Constance
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14. Traveler Returns
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
We've been singing together since we were small children. We debuted our first song "Living in a Dreamworld" live from our bedroom closet at ages 5, 7 and 10 for which we prepared a full repertoire, intermission snacks, backstage passes and autographs after the show. At first Beatrice was deemed the groups interpretive dancer as Anna and Cas had declared that at 5, her voice had "not yet developed". Clearly, these were matters of utmost seriousness. In the beginning the songs were mused from hours of lulling younger siblings to sleep. Years passed and our passion for writing and performing flourished. Together we discovered William Butler Yeats, Edger Allen Poe, Shakespeare, our fathers rythm and blues record collection and acting. Homeschooling gave us all the time in the world to write and do improv to our hearts content. We made recordings of our first demos. They exist somewhere in the rubble of a garage filled with 8 childrens worth of past junk. Anna got a guitar, pursued a solo career and released her first album (Elixir for the Human Heart) and Bea attended art school, while Cas moved out and continued writing and singing with other local artists. Now we present you this, our debut
album, Star Spangled.

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Ed Arnold

5 stars!
I love this album! Giggling Gremlins is one of my favorites! Constance is so beautiful! It seems to trigger some memory for me that I can't quite put my finger on. Just gorgeous!
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Jason C.

I LOVE IT
I have a friend who had connections to the group and when wed hung out the first time she played this cd for me know ing id love it ive spent several months loocing for it these sisters have a uniqe style and a verry plesant tone id recomend them to eny music nut.
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Heather Comer

Beautiful music
The singers' voices on this CD are completely mesmerizing and the songs are all so well-written and beautifully performed. This music is completely addicting.
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shelly storch

whole album
AMAZING! ONE SONG IS BETTER THAN THE OTHER. I LISTEN TO IT ALL THE TIME. IF IT IS NOT ON MY CD PLAYER IT IS PLAYING IN MY HEAD. THANK YOU FOR THIS GREAT ALBUM.
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limerickox

Making great songs out of politics
Whenever someone gets into the “why aren’t musicians more involved politically” discussion, the answers are usually quite cynical: they fear the corporte backlash from their record labels, those who do it don’t do it very well, they want to avoid being branded conservative or liberal, young people aren’t interested in politics… and it’s hard not to think some of those reasons may be true.

But then you come across a band like Sisters3, who pull off the aching patriotism song so well, there’s a part of you who concedes that not everyone can do it well. These three Pennsylvanians can.

In fact, theirs is an adept combination of folk ingredients with laid back, summer-licked jazz-funk instrumentation, creating a sound which is not as experimental as it is melodious and engaging. But the main strength in a song like Star Spangled lies in the harmonious vocal arrangements: sister Annachristie’s lead voice is captivating as it unbinds itself from its soft spoken tones to its powerful, soul-like exclamations, only to be joined by her two siblings in a combined chorus which glimmers with a life of its own. So while the commentary is roomy, the band’s musicianship makes no compromise and becomes a great song, whether you are politically-minded or not.
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shelly

all three songs
these singers are so mesmorizing-there music sings to the inner-soul. my girlfriend has the cd and doesnt stop singing there songs. i am purchasing the cd to enjoy annachrisites powerful, beautiful voice with cass and bea harmonizing which gives me goose bumps.
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