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Migrations

by The Littlest Birds

The new release from the nationally touring cello and banjo duo, this album is a celebration of the migrations - both spiritual and physcial - we all make during the course of our lives.
Genre: Folk: Appalachian Folk
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1. Black Elk Speaks
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2. Western Trail
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3. Anochecer
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4. Colorado
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5. Tonopah Waltz
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6. Oh Great Ocean
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7. Boys 'em Buzzards Flyin'in'
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8. Moonshiner
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9. Oh Loss, Oh Sorrow
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10. Rain on the Roof
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11. Ghost of the Gold
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12. Redwood Waltz
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13. Reuben's Train
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14. The Parting Glass
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"...a lovely sound that embraces listeners simultaneously with the familiar and the new."
-Folk Alley Newsletter, August, 2011

The Littlest Birds are a touring cello and banjo duo that are looking to establish themselves on a national scale as folk and old time music artists. Coming from a small mountain town in the Eastern Sierra of California, they've been reaching out on long tours, last Fall playing 35 shows across 10 western States, and this Fall (2011) traveling around the entire country. Both classically trained musicians, (Dave on the Cello and Sharon on the French Horn before she took up the banjo), they bring an excellent feel to the music, combined with a fantastic energy and sound. Truly the marriage of the two best instruments ever made.

You'll find music to dance to, music to relax to, music to holler along with, and music that may even make you cry with it's beauty and tenderness. The warmth and depth of sound created by the cello and banjo arrangement will surprise and delight you as it blends with their smooth vocal harmonies.

You can find their music streaming on Pandora, and on various college and public radio stations around the country - visit their website to find out where they'll be performing next - http://www.littlestbirds.net or find them on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com

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