Wormz and the Decomposers | Grow

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Grow

by Wormz and the Decomposers

Home-grown acoustic folk straight from the soil! Passionately crafted songs of environmental issues, flirtatious satire, struggles, and a raw love for the land.
Genre: Folk: Free-folk
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1. Love Curiosity
4:16 $1.25
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2. Frog Song
3:27 $1.25
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3. Sarah
4:03 $1.25
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4. Pick Up the Tab
3:24 $1.25
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5. Trash in the Water
2:37 $1.25
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6. Girl of the Sea
4:02 $1.25
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7. Rachel Carson
3:47 $1.25
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8. Skeleton Woman
5:20 $1.25
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9. Nothing Looks Good On You
3:37 $1.25
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10. The Long Run
5:09 $1.25
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11. Rock My Soul
4:37 $1.25
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12. Magic Medicine
3:55 $1.25
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Liz

Beautiful songs, great CD!
This is a wonderful and unique collection of songs, a great blend of funny, sweet, and emotionally compelling. Megan's voice is incredible, and her lyrics are touching. Magic Medicine is my favorite song on this CD.
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Mole Rat Bill

Yeah, I can dig it.
I had the pleasure of catching Wormz play solo this past weekend, and she is an amazingly talented singer, songwriter, and musician.
I bought this album, and her earlier offering Little Birdie, and they kept me company for the three hour drive from Athens to Cincinnati. I still haven't listened to anything else. I'm listening to the album as I write this. I think it's fair to say that Wormz has me hooked on her fabulous voice and gentle good humor, and most especially the way in which her music reaches in and takes a hold on your soul, picks it up, brushes it off, and says "Hey, it's okay. We've all been there. Let's go play."
I look forward to the next offering.
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