Hey Friend, Thanks for your interest. I really think listening to the music is preferrable to talking about it, so I'll keep this short, and just answer a few questions that might come up as you listen: - I take on a lot of different voices on this album. So when I say 'I' it is not always (or even usually) me, Amy, talking. - The fundamentalist preacher characterized in 'Satan, I Rebuke Thee' is based on a real person. The other characters are fictional, or conglomerates of different people. - The soldier's story in 'Home Uninjured' is true. - 'Consequences' was written as the U.S. Senate was voting to give Bush permission to invade Iraq. I had been trying to call in but all the voicemail boxes were full. - This album was released in 2006. I really appreciate you listening. - Amy Musicians include: Mason Tuttle - guitar, mandolin, vocals Nate Baker - bass Roger Moquin - drums Lawrence Duncan - bassoon, sax, windy stuff Beth Youngblood - fiddle Jen Slayden - cello Gibson Hartwell - electric geetar Peter Park, Sarah Cobler, Saxon Holbrook, Joel Lankford, Thomas Hensley, Emi Kodama, Jen Slayden, Gibson Hartwell - vocals.
Hey Friend, Thanks for your interest. I really think listening to the music is preferrable to talking about it, so I'll keep this short, and just answer a few questions that might come up as you listen: - I take on a lot of different voices on this album. So when I say 'I' it is not always (or even usually) me, Amy, talking. - The fundamentalist preacher characterized in 'Satan, I Rebuke Thee' is based on a real person. The other characters are fictional, or conglomerates of different people. - The soldier's story in 'Home Uninjured' is true. - 'Consequences' was written as the U.S. Senate was voting to give Bush permission to invade Iraq. I had been trying to call in but all the voicemail boxes were full. - This album was released in 2006. I really appreciate you listening. - Amy Musicians include: Mason Tuttle - guitar, mandolin, vocals Nate Baker - bass Roger Moquin - drums Lawrence Duncan - bassoon, sax, windy stuff Beth Youngblood - fiddle Jen Slayden - cello Gibson Hartwell - electric geetar Peter Park, Sarah Cobler, Saxon Holbrook, Joel Lankford, Thomas Hensley, Emi Kodama, Jen Slayden, Gibson Hartwell - vocals.
823173506526

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Format: CD
Label: CD BABY
Catalog: 0108185
Rel. Date: 10/24/2006
UPC: 823173506526

Bind Me To Free
Artist: Amy Martin
Format: CD
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Hey Friend, Thanks for your interest. I really think listening to the music is preferrable to talking about it, so I'll keep this short, and just answer a few questions that might come up as you listen: - I take on a lot of different voices on this album. So when I say 'I' it is not always (or even usually) me, Amy, talking. - The fundamentalist preacher characterized in 'Satan, I Rebuke Thee' is based on a real person. The other characters are fictional, or conglomerates of different people. - The soldier's story in 'Home Uninjured' is true. - 'Consequences' was written as the U.S. Senate was voting to give Bush permission to invade Iraq. I had been trying to call in but all the voicemail boxes were full. - This album was released in 2006. I really appreciate you listening. - Amy Musicians include: Mason Tuttle - guitar, mandolin, vocals Nate Baker - bass Roger Moquin - drums Lawrence Duncan - bassoon, sax, windy stuff Beth Youngblood - fiddle Jen Slayden - cello Gibson Hartwell - electric geetar Peter Park, Sarah Cobler, Saxon Holbrook, Joel Lankford, Thomas Hensley, Emi Kodama, Jen Slayden, Gibson Hartwell - vocals.

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