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Bagful of Beans

Bagful of Beans

[CD]

~ Bill Fisher

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Bill and Robyn's harmonies are heard in schools, coffeehouses, folk festivals, churches and concert halls all over the Northwest. Bill brings a rhythmic approach to the 6- and 12-string guitar, and Robyn -- perhaps the only person Linda Waterfall has ever allowed to sing and play tambourine at the same time while recording in a studio -- is known for her unique and rich work on piano, guitar, harmonic and percussion, and for a richly energetic vocal style. They have been performing together for nearly a decade. VICTORY MUSIC REVIEW, TACOMA, WA, March 2001 -- The Fishers from Olympia, Washington, released a delightful album for adults almost two years ago and now to be fair they've just released this find children-oriented set that draws from music from just about everywhere. They've got that panting paean to canines Wanna Be a Dog and the timeless Riddle Song from the Appalachians. There's the dancey Spanish folk song Cu Cu, a sweet one from France (in French), Sur Le Pont d Avignon, and from Japan, the beautiful Sakura. The West Indian folk song Tingalayo is a great one for clapping out with the kids. Chuck Pyle's song of togetherness, Step by Step is augmented by a chldren's chorus. Robyn's clear soprano carries most of the tunes, and she is careful to sing at a low enough register to allow young ones to sing along. The Fishers worldview of spiritual multiculturalsism comes through in originals like Bill's Begin Like Everyone Else (Is Being No One At All) and the title cut. The pairing of Robyn's Satyagraha with Everybody's Dream, a tribute to Martin Luther King, jr. drives it all home, gently. (Bill Compton)

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    Artist: Bill Fisher
    Title: Bagful of Beans
    Genre: Folk
    Release Date: 4/1/2003
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637223897
    UPC: 634479000249
    Item #: CDBY900024
    This product is a special order

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