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1. Please Dear!
2. The News Flew In
3. April
4. The Thousand Year Old Men
5. Digging Up the Roses
6. From Our Home
7. The Child is Fatherless
8. Inside an Acorn
9. What an Arrow You Shoot!


Good old songs inspired by the night and by the lights and by the waves and by the sea and by the animals and the frogs… and the humans, too). When the carnival of day collides with the masquerade of night's waltz, sing sing sing...

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released February 14, 2009

Including the musky and mischievous trumpet playing of Brandon Sherman, the harmonius embellishments of Scott Knudstrup on guitar, warm fat bass lines courtesy of Graham Chapman, clicks and crashs and slaps of Andrew Lessman on drums and the beautiful harmonium and hammond organ playing and overall production of Clinton Patterson.

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Mae and The Midnight Fairground Totnes, UK

A collection of vibrant circus-esque songs that tell vivid stories of wayward characters both human and animal. Song and music is coupled with a distinctive twist of humour and eccentrically woven anecdotes; she has audiences nestled playfully in the palm of her hand, as she strokes each one of them gently on the head, grinning like a badly behaved child in the chocolate aisle. ... more

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