Jim Wearne | So Low

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So Low

by Jim Wearne

A mixture of traditional Cornish (Celtic) music with new songs, in various styles including Country, Folk, Pop and Blues.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Because I'd Be At Home
3:42 album only
2. As Eve Was Walking
1:58 album only
3. The West Coast of Illinois
6:12 album only
4. The White Rose
3:03 album only
5. Cousin Jack
3:17 album only
6. He Seems OK
3:09 album only
7. Flora Day
3:19 album only
8. Palmettos and Pines
5:30 album only
9. A Cornish Name Song
2:45 album only
10. Move Your Feet
2:54 album only
11. Hal-An-Tow
4:16 album only
12. Fire in the Heart of the City
4:05 album only


Album Notes
"I have had the opportunity to meet this folk singer in America and discover his commitment to his music, his Cornish background and his ability to produce professional performances everywhere he went."
(P.M.H.- Cornish World)

"Sings Cornish songs (and his own) with conviction and quiet passion" (Kernow Sound)

"Jim Wearne is one of the best performers of Cornish songs you're likely to hear." "His rich, deep voice puts me in mind of Cyril Tawney..."(Steve Winick- Dirty Linen)"

"A most enjoyable selection, and a pretty useful general introduction to Cornish folk song"
(Cyril Tawney)

From Celtic Beat Vol. 6 No. 4
"Jim Wearne is singular. In a field where Americans of Scottish and Irish heritage dominate, he has cut a place for the Cornish ballad."

From Cornish World Spring 1999
Jim is definitely a star of the American Cornish circuit.
His songs and his passion for Cornwall do not merely chronicle Cornwall as viewed from the American perspective. From time to time he connects with an event or mood and sings out for Cornwall, touching hearts and nerves.
He is definitely an American-Cornishman who has thought about how to reconcile both identities, and he is living that complex interaction through his music.



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