Victoria Woodworth | Bread And Flowers

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Bread And Flowers

by Victoria Woodworth

Twelve delicately crafted songs that fall squarely into the category of twisted wreckage with a nice melody.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Blowtorch
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2. Bread And Flowers
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3. Storm Warning
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4. Indians
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5. Baby Doll Shoe
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6. Piss And Vinegar
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7. Forty Five
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8. Tears In A Bottle
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9. Ruby Makes Up
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10. Seven Times Seven
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11. Favors
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12. Come Inside
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Victoria Woodworth is a West coast born, Colorado raised
singer/songwriter currently living and performing in Nashville,
Tennessee.
Her mostly acoustic, roots-flavored songs are portraits of wonder and
recognition, born of life in a world where beauty and horror live side
by side in the same town, the same house, the same skin. Picasso said
it first: “If you want to know me, look at my pictures.”
Victoria's first independently released recording “Faultline”, is
available on CD Baby, and won her recognition as Best Female
Singer/Songwriter of the Year in 2004 from Denver's Westword Magazine.
She has opened shows for a variety of Americana artists including John
Hiatt, Loudon Wainright III, Shawn Colvin, Graham Parker and Chris
Whitley. “Bread and Flowers” was recorded and produced with her
husband and bandmate Steve Schneider, at their home studio, a fiercely
guarded rebel fortress in middle Tennessee, known only as The
Compound. She plays live in a duo with Steve, and is partial to cats
and combat boots.

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Jane Ellen

Heartbreak, Humour, and Raw Humanity
Bread and Flowers contains 12 versatile tracks, each capturing a different slice of life. Woodworth’s songs are fuelled by raw emotion, her lyrics capturing the essence and complexity of human relationships. Her style is more Americana than Nashville, more contemporary folk than country, and owes a great deal to classic folk rock singer-songwriters like Laura Nyro and Paul Simon. Heartfelt lyrics and evocative vocals guide the listener through various emotional twists and turns, from pathos to irony, and everywhere in between. Accompaniment throughout is pleasingly sparse, complementing the mood of each song. Favourite tracks include ‘Blowtorch’, ‘Bread and Flowers’, ‘Tears in a Bottle’, and the hauntingly beautiful ‘Come Inside’.
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