Steve Kritzer | Right Where I'm Supposed to Be

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Right Where I'm Supposed to Be

by Steve Kritzer

A mix of new original songs, one popular standard, and a "bonus track" recorded live in 1976, moving from Folk to Bluegrass to Celtic to Acoustic pop, in a "live" sound using acoustic guitar, mandolin, ukulele, acoustic bass, and percussion.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Waltzing with Sami
1:27 album only
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2. When Love Comes Down
2:35 album only
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3. Right Where I'm Supposed to Be
3:11 album only
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4. Light at the End of the Falls
3:51 album only
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5. First Day
3:20 album only
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6. Bring on the Rain
3:00 album only
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7. Don't Fence Me In
2:47 album only
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8. In the Blink of an Eye
3:38 album only
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9. True Companion
3:09 album only
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10. Step out on Faith
3:10 album only
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11. Old Country
9:39 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bay Area veteran musician, Steve Kritzer moves effortlessly in concert between award winning originals, Celtic, Bluegrass, Country, rock, big band swing, and traditional folk, all woven together by his warm, engaging stage presence, soothing voice (often compared to Gordon Lightfoot or Paul Simon), and accomplished guitar, ukulele and mandolin playing.

Steve is a mainstage regular at the Fiddlers Green Festival in Ireland, the Bluebird Café in Nashville, Tennessee, the Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas, and most points in between. His 5 popular CD’s continue to get regular airplay in Europe and the US,

"What an amazing journey his new CD takes you on, and the last track is just astonishing in it's complexity and emotional content. All excellent stuff". Dunfermline Folk Club, Scotland

“His hands are around his guitar and his arms are around his audience” said Radio KEEN’s Lynn Scheinberg.

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