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Still Life

by Thea Ennen

Melodically rich, piano-driven Roots oriented Folk pop.poetic lyrics influenced by myth, seasons, relationships and spiritual journeys.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Hymn to the Ancients
2:07 album only
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2. Raccoon
2:45 album only
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3. Still Life
2:57 album only
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4. Blue Kitchen
3:49 album only
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5. Been a Fool
2:47 album only
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6. All My Life
2:56 album only
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7. He Got the Carrot
3:02 album only
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8. The Daughters
3:12 album only
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9. Marshfield Girl
3:36 album only
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10. Camel in the Needle's Eye
3:31 album only
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11. Nashwauk
3:01 album only
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12. Fairytale
3:50 album only
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13. The Bright Side
3:23 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I sing and write to make sense of my existence - my place in this world - in this body. Each song is a specific journey down a road that is either familiar or less traveled ... they are my magic carpets to see again a memory or expectation. I use songs - melodies and words - to guide me like a rudder through the waters of life, sometimes taking a forgotten channel to the mouth of a secret lake.

Certain songs are doorways to the heart and soul. Some are jokes, a candid snapshot, a peak through a keyhole, a travelogue, and some are meditative prayers. I sing to never lose touch with what is instinctual.

Thea Ennen

What the Critics are saying ...
about Thea Ennen's music

"Recommended folk music" - Rolling Stone

"... the most honestly penetrating recordings of the year."
-St Paul Pioneer Press

"Four Stars" - Jim Walsh, St Paul Pioneer Press

"... the most beautiful albums we've heard in quite a while." - College Music Journal (CMJ)

"... some of the most inventive folk-rock around." - Minneapolis Star Tribune

"... multi-textured, melodically rich and lyrically adept."
- Album Network

"... songs with a rough hewn fragile elegance ..."
- Option Magazine

"... a heady brew that takes aim straight at the human soul." - Atlantic City Press

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Sue West

Lovely!
These are the translations of a fluent listener. Ennen harvests the common everyday experience, ferments its mystery and wonder, and the music flows like wine. An essential for any Midwest music collector, a delight for any lover of music and poetry. Ennen's voice is a one-of-a-kind regional treasure. If you are going to buy one cd from a Wisconsin songwriter, buy this one.
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