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    New Latitude - Vantage Point
    Summary: I love the bright colors of the landscape artwork on the cover because it is a perfect reflection of this primary colored music.

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    Teresa Tudury - Such Fine Things
    Summary: I had the exceptional pleasure of first hearing Teresa Tudury at the Sweet Chariot Music Festival on Swan’s Island Maine in 2014. Her presence, her fluid and wild voice, guitar playing, humor and deep heart blew me away.

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    Smithfield Fair - Evermore
    Summary: One thing I must say about Smithfield Fair, they are prolific! They crank out the sounds, the songs, and the heart.

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    Phil Vassar - American Soul
    Summary: From the opening chords of “American Soul” I was riveted. Phil has an epic room-filling style.

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    Rick Adams - Curves
    Summary: Rick makes me smile because he comes up with little ditties that crack me up. “Boss Ain't Here”, includes the lines:

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    Jubilant Bridge - A Bell, A Bird, A Star
    Summary: One can hardly listen to Christmas carols any more without thinking about credit cards, discounts and smartphone apps. That’s why this album is such a treasure...

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    Roland Pearsall - Sell Your Soul
    Summary: It is always impressive when a person creates an entire album playing all the instruments and performing all the singing parts by themselves...

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    Steve Greeley - Love Town
    Summary: The biggest thing I can say about Steve Greeley is where the hell has he been? This man is a profound talent – a classic 20th century popular songwriter.

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    Samantha Farrell - September Sun
    Summary: Samantha Farrell brings to mind the voices of Anais Mitchell and Nora Jones. She has exceptional powers of creativity. The subject matter, lyrics, musical accompaniment and production is a joy to listen to –

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    Amy White - Didn't We Waltz
    Summary: Amy White is half of the duo Al Petteway and Amy White, who have been in the music business for years and are talented to the bone.

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    Seth Davis - Life is Long
    Summary: There's something gritty and honest in Seth Davis's music. I listen and listen to this album and I keep hearing new things. His voice sounds like Leonard Cohen.

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    Clara Junken - Out to See
    Summary: This woman can sing. My God. The CD starts out commanding my attention with the song, “You are the Sun” – a wailing slide guitar, and Clara making it very plain that she can express her pain vocally with an instrument that falls somewhere between Fiona Apple and Eva Cassidy.

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    Terry Kitchen -The Post-American Century
    Summary: Oh this is fine pickin' and singin'. The homespunny opening number, “So Much More to Home” is a joyful and yearning song that opens the album with delicate harmonies by Mara Levine.

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    Spuyten Duyvil - The Social Music Hour Vol. 1
    Summary: Right off the bat, lead singer Beth Jamie Kaufman urges you to “Keep Your Skillet Good and Greasy.” The innocent may wonder, hmm, what does she mean by that, but she does not fail to draw the listener in...

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    Leslie Beauvais - Chemistry
    Summary: Leslie Beauvais has the bell-like voice and enviable range of a Disney princess. Chemistry is a collection of thirteen original or collaboratively penned tunes by Ms. Beauvais.

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    John and Rachel Nicholas - Here You Are
    Summary: The music of John and Rachel Nicholas is all about passion. I hear it in the harmony of their voices and in the music and lyrics they write. I saw them last summer at the Swans Island Sweet Chariot Festival.

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    Douglas Day - Barefoot to the Sea
    Summary: On the idyllic cover photo of his 1993 album "Barefoot to the Sea", athletic and handsome Douglas Day is gripping a guitar in one hand while leaping above ocean waves.

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    Dave Duplissey: Salt and Pepper with Creole Seasoning and Tasty Jazz
    Summary: Back in the '80s and '90s soundtracks were filled with saxophone solos. You heard them everywhere. On television and in movies and commercials—just everywhere.

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    The Miracle of Teresa Tudury
    Summary: There are some people that are just so talented that they defy description. Teresa Tudury is a California Bay area musician – poet – wise woman that I had the good fortune to hear for the first time this past summer at the Sweet Chariot Music Festival at Swans Island, Maine.

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    Mark Erelli - Milltowns
    Summary: This album is a tribute to singer/songwriter Bill Morrissey, who passed away too young and too soon.

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