Wishing Chair | Singing with the Red Wolves

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Singing with the Red Wolves

by Wishing Chair

Roots duo's first CD. Ethereal harmonies,excellent songs, acoustic guitars and accordion
Genre: Folk: Power-folk
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1. Keep Me Simple
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2. It's All I Need
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3. Robert's Waltz
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4. Sometimes
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5. Open Range
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6. Victoria
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7. Poem
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8. Traveler
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9. Wyoming Wind
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10. Weave and Spin
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11. Singing with the Red Wolves
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Singing with the Red Wolves is the first CD by Folk and soul duo Wishing Chair.

Wishing Chair is the folk and soul partnership of songwriter Kiya Heartwood and multi- instrumentalist Miriam Davidson.

Kiya, Kentucky hippy- cowpunk , and Miriam, sophisticated East Coast suburbs.

Kiya, knock you off the stage energy... Miriam. soulful, intricate subtly.

Guitar and... accordion? Yet, together they deliver great original songs with soaring harmonies, poetic lyrics and great musicianship.

From five-hundred year old ballads to stirring political commentary, these two walk with their feet planted in the living folk tradition while adding the best of contemporary and roots music.

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