Women on the Move Trio | Honey with My Tea

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Honey with My Tea

by Women on the Move Trio

Folky Pop--this fully produced album features well known Nashville session players and three lead singers, who together create a vocal powerhouse of sound. "The trio has a smooth vocal blend that fits their style of feisty folk perfectly." --Bill Berry
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Yosemite (feat. Trish Lester)
3:19 $0.99
2. Our Love Is Black & Blue (feat. Linda Geleris)
2:56 $0.99
3. That's What Love Is (feat. Joan Enguita Willingham)
4:33 $0.99
4. A Toast to the Men of Ireland (feat. Trish Lester)
4:03 $0.99
5. Honey with My Tea (feat. Linda Geleris)
3:20 $0.99
6. My Turn (feat. Joan Enguita Willingham)
2:43 $0.99
7. The Promise of America (feat. Trish Lester)
2:36 $0.99
8. It's so Easy Being Green (feat. Linda Geleris)
3:29 $0.99
9. Boots and Pearls (feat. Joan Enguita Willingham)
2:35 $0.99
10. True North (feat. Trish Lester)
3:14 $0.99
11. Before I Die (feat. Linda Geleris)
3:54 $0.99
12. I Keep Falling (feat. Joan Enguita Willingham)
4:11 $0.99
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Album Notes
FULL SONGS AND LYRICS ARE AT www.womenonthemovetrio.com Just click on MUSIC

ALBUM NOTES by Dan Kimpel of Music Connection Magazine

Three luminous voices, a radiant aura of shimmering harmonies and an expansive repertoire of captivating songs: Women on the Move Trio unites the expressive soprano of Joan Enguita Willingham, the textural smokiness of Linda Geleris and the traditional folk influences and spirited humor of Trish Lester.

Individually, each of the members is an accomplished solo artist. Together, they present a compelling bond of musical camaraderie even greater than the sum of individual parts. Voices contrast and combine across a spectrum of sounds, resolving into spirited chorales of harmony and heart. With the sumptuous riches of the layered voices, it sounds like there are more than just three of them singing; that somehow, this magical combination of voices has created an additional persona.

Honey with my Tea, the trio’s new full-length CD, expands on motifs of empathy and life experience. The 12 tracks are divided into equal thirds, with each singer-songwriter contributing three original songs and interpreting one selection written by outside writers. Themes of love and relationships – good, bad, complicated or otherwise —are at the foundation of the songcraft.

The CD highlights each of the artists’ distinctive approaches to songwriting. Linda’s “Black and Blue” is a wry examination of the real rigors of a complex relationship while “It’s So Easy Being Green” confirms that everyone can make a difference to the earth. “Honey with My Tea,” the title track, embodies a subtle but sly sensuality. Trish hoists a glass on the sudsy and sexy “A Toast to the Men of Ireland,” celebrates a diverse country of immigrants on “The Promise of America” and pledges her heart with the gorgeous “True North.” Joan’s poignant “That’s What Love Is,” contrasts with her inquisitive cantankerousness of “My Turn” and the upbeat honky-tonk celebration of “Boots and Pearls.

Evolving organically from a project titled Beautiful, a CD collection and concert tour of 14 women artists curated by Joan to raise funds for domestic violence shelters, the three have performed at women’s conferences, colleges, listening rooms, house concerts, festivals, wineries and fundraisers.

Based in Southern California, Women on the Move Trio took first place in the Vocal Competition at the Topanga Banjo-Fiddle Contest & Folk Festival, toured the Pacific Northwest, and has cultivated an appreciative audience in Arizona returning multiple times for the Prescott Folk Festival, on the bill at the historic Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center for a Woody Guthrie Tribute Concert in Prescott, and headlining a sold-out concert at the Blue Rose Theater. Radio appearances include FolkScene on KPFK in Los Angeles with the legendary Roz Larman, River City Folk hosted by Tom May, and SiriusXM Radio’s The Village.

Described stylistically by Los Angeles showcase host Bill Berry as “feisty folk,” in live performances the three artists who comprise Women on the Move Trio support each others’ center stage turns with an array of string and percussion instruments including guitar, dulcimer, mandolin, ukulele, djembe drum and hand percussion. Playing to their individual offstage strengths, they handle the myriad responsibilities of recording and performing professionals; maintaining contact with audiences through social media, designing promotional materials and CD covers and expanding their touring base.

According to Joan, “We are sisters in so many ways – road warriors of life.”



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Craig Lincoln

I Love Harmony...
... and these gals have it. Not only blessed with three strong individual voices, the trio blends in combinations that show both variety and depth of arranging. And with each of the three offering up original songs, the album shifts gears effortlessly through the tracks staying fresh in my ears with each new song. An ensemble of top-notch acoustic musicians supports the vocal harmonies and gives each tune a unique spin within an overall feel of upbeat, honest, polished folk-Americana. Good stuff, and fun!