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"MusicViews - Music as a Bloodstream"

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    The Ghosts of Johnson City - Again!
    Summary: Well, the last time I saw these guys I said I was going to see them again as soon as possible. So my son, Ranin, and I went to Port City Blue again with skads of other people, and the place was packed by 5:30 pm.

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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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    Laney Jones and the Spirits – Sunshiny Exuberance!
    Summary: Laney Jones has an innocent persona brimming over with love for music and song, and so does her band. They opened Wednesday evening for the formidable Spuyten Duyvil, who was just as charmed by her as we were in the audience.

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    Spuyten Duyvil Give Earthy and Inspired Performance
    Summary: Spuyten Duyvil played their hearts out on Wednesday evening. If you’ve heard their new CD, The Social Music Hour Volume I, then you know the gritty sound and feeling of their music.
    [Editor's note: We are featuring both a live performance and CD review of Spuyten Duyvil.]

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    Hanneke Cassel - Live at One Longfellow Square
    Summary: A big crowd showed up Wednesday evening to hear Hanneke Cassel. Hanneke, who looks like a Nordic goddess, took the stage flanked by the hardy-looking Christopher Lewis on guitar, and the extraordinary Mike Block on cello, who is by the way, Hanneke’s husband.

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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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    New Latitude Excels with "Convergence"
    Summary: Jazz guitar has a language all its own. New Latitude, comprised of Jim Carr and Dave Erickson, used skill and intuition to create these lovely duets...

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    Inanna Sisters In Rhythm - One Love, One Heart - Winter Solstice Concert
    Summary: On December 21st, Peter and I went to see Inanna Sisters in Rhythm’s “One Love, One Heart” Winter Solstice Celebration - our third time seeing them at One Longfellow Square. My, my, my they get better with age. What a group of gorgeous, talented women!

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    Swans Island Sweet Chariot Festival, 2014
    Summary: The Sweet Chariot Festival is one of the best kept musical secrets in Maine. It was conceived as the brainchild of Doug Day of Camden, Maine (and Swans Island too) twenty-five years ago..

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    Katey Branch and Deb Hensley: A Joyful Celebration of Motherhood
    Summary: Two singer/songwriter mothers, Katey Branch and Deb Hensley, were there to entertain us and to honor motherhood. It felt unusually intimate because we were sitting in a circle with the singers.

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    Ari and Mia - "Land on Shore"
    Summary: Ari and Mia make exceptional music. The first cut, “Turn Me Round,” is softly sung and strung wonderfully upon a delicate acoustic web. In fact, all the tunes are poetic and artistically executed.

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    Heather Maloney + Darlingside: "Woodstock"
    Summary: Oh, this collection is just good beyond words. The musical boys of Darlingside are matched up with the ethereal femininity of Heather Maloney for this EP, and they are a revelation. ... The first cut, “You Forget,” is comprised of lush strings, sincere vocalizations, and is ripe with the longing sadness that depicts young love. ...

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    Smithfield Fair - Companions
    Summary: Smithfield Fair has released a delightful compilation CD, re-releasing fourteen tracks from their early career along with six new recordings.

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