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Kate Jacobs - Hydrangea mp3 download

Performer: Kate Jacobs
Title: Hydrangea
Style: Contemporary Folk
Location: Chop Shop, New York, NY
Duration: 47:58
Released: May 19, 1998
Size MP3 version: 1972 mb
Size FLAC version: 1436 mb
Size WMA version: 1459 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 975
Format: FLAC MOD MPC MP3 MP2 MMF
Genre: World

Kate Jacobs - Hydrangea mp3 download


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Album · 1998 · 17 Songs.

Released: May 1, 2007.

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Style: pop. Album year: 1999. Kate Jacobs - On the Way Home 03:41. Kate Jacobs - Can You Promise? 02:51. Kate Jacobs - Eddy Went to Spain 03:10. Kate Jacobs - Stole the Madonna 02:51. Kate Jacobs - Even the Skylark 03:13. Kate Jacobs - Hope Is a Weed 03:16.

In 1992 she recorded her first album, The Calm Comes After Bar/None Records. She followed in 1995 with What About Regret. In 1999 she released her third album, Hydrangea, to which guests Peter Holsapple, Vicki Peterson and Susan Cowsill added their musical contributions, as did long-time cohorts Dave Schramm and James MacMillan. The key songs on the album are taken from her family's history.

In 1998 Jacobs released Hydrangea, an album built from family stories. One of her uncles had volunteered for the Spanish Civil War during the 1930s and never returned, inspiring "Eddy Went to Spain. Good Doctor" was drawn from the diary of a young girl who had been a patient of her physician grandfather in Russia. Kate Jacobs can sing about loss and regret with the best of them," wrote Daniel Durchholz in the book MusicHound Folk, "but her ability to occasionally express contentment, happiness, and love truly sets her apart. For the Recor. orn on January 11, 1959, in Alexandria, VA; married; children. Released first album, The Calm Comes After, 1993; signed with Bar/None Records; published children's book A Sister's Wish, 1996; released What About Regret, 1995; Hydrangea, 1998; and You Call That Dark, 2004.

Kate Jacobs songs download, free online mp3 listen. album: What About Regret. What a World, What a God. album: You Call That Dark.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Ah Kate Jacobs Kate Jacobs 0:24
2 Shallow Kate Jacobs Kate Jacobs 2:51
3 Never Be Afraid Kate Jacobs Kate Jacobs 3:29
4 Late Kate Jacobs / Dave Schramm Kate Jacobs 1:45
5 Honeybees Kate Jacobs Kate Jacobs 3:12
6 Because... Kate Jacobs Kate Jacobs 0:51
7 A Snowy Street Kate Jacobs Kate Jacobs 3:20
8 A Good Night for Sleeping Kate Jacobs Kate Jacobs 3:03
9 Dream On Kate Jacobs Kate Jacobs 2:35
10 Good Doctor Kate Jacobs Kate Jacobs 3:39
11 On the Way Home Kate Jacobs / Dave Schramm Kate Jacobs 3:40
12 Can You Promise? Kate Jacobs Kate Jacobs 2:50
13 Eddy Went to Spain Kate Jacobs Kate Jacobs 3:09
14 Stole the Madonna Kate Jacobs / Dave Schramm Kate Jacobs 2:51
15 Even the Skylark Kate Jacobs Kate Jacobs 3:13
16 Hope Is a Weed Kate Jacobs Kate Jacobs 3:19
17 Because I Have Forgiven Everyone Kate Jacobs Kate Jacobs 3:47

Credits

Anna Akhmatova - Poetry
Masha Akmanov - Vocals
Gary Arnold - Engineer, Mixing
Alan Bezozi - Bird Calls, Drums, Percussion
Susan Cowsill - Guest Artist, Vocals
Ra'Nell English - Vocals
Jason Holley - Artwork
Peter Holsapple - Organ
John Jacobs - Photography
Kate Jacobs - Choir Arrangement, Composer, Guitar (Acoustic), Primary Artist, Vocals
Thomas "Snake" Johnson - Vocals
James MacMillan - Choir Arrangement, Engineer, Guitar (Bass), Vocals
Colin Martin - Vocals
Jake Miller - Vocals
Vicki Petersen - Guest Artist
Vicki Peterson - Vocals
Chris Rivera - Vocals
Naysha Sanchez - Vocals
Dave Schramm - Accordion, Composer, Engineer, Guest Artist, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Lap Steel Guitar, Organ, Piano, Recorder, Tambourine, Vocals
Charlie Shaw - Drums
Lisa Wagner - Design
Dan Weber - Vocals