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Landscapes

by Joyce Woodson

Pastoral poetic acoustic songs about the farmlands of California.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. My Little Town
Joyce Woodson
4:28 album only
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2. The Cowboy's Waltz
2:23 album only
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3. The Sprinklers of Salinas
4:19 album only
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4. Like a Spider
2:49 album only
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5. The Old Screen Door
2:38 album only
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6. Drive Myself Home
3:28 album only
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7. Nice Girls Do
1:53 album only
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8. The Hands of Time
3:34 album only
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9. The Ragged Edge
3:41 album only
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10. Have You Ever Seen the San Joaquin?
3:48 album only
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11. Ten Cents a Ride
2:55 album only
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12. The Landscape of My Heart
3:26 album only

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Album Notes
"This little-known gem infuses originality and simplicity into her straight-ahead country songs. A refreshing breath of fresh country air." -Los Angeles Reader

"Joyce is a dazzling voice. She brings humanity, humility, and humor into her intimate rural portraits with songs fresh as a Shasta daisy!" - Van Dyke Parks

SING OUT!
January '98
By R. Warren "I'm still trying to figure out why Joyce Woodson isn't better known. Her terrific voice puts across her Western-tinged songs like an ace baseball pitcher, and her accompanists make up a perfect team. Here's another example of how production works with the music, not against it. Producer Marty Rifkin usually adds just a couple of instruments to each songs, and does so with an elan missing from most contemporary recordings. With a voice as beautiful as Woodson's, anything more would be a travesty. Woodson relocated from Southern California to Nashville, and her music subtly reflects the move.

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