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2019 release. The Small Glories make their US debut with Assiniboine & The Red, an album that celebrates the Canadian Prairies. The album title references the junction of two rivers, the Assiniboine And The Red, in the duo's hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba, and celebrates the happenstance meeting of members Cara Luft, an original member of the Wailin' Jennys, and multi-instrumentalist JD Edwards. The duo's onstage chemistry and humor complements their energetic live performances and buoyant, Americana-inflected folk songs. Luft and Edwards' exuberant harmonies bring to mind such duos as the Civil Wars and Shovels & Rope, but with a Northern spin. The album's songs are all inspired by places, from "Alberta," the opener, to Winnipeg," a spirited celebration of their hometown. "
2019 release. The Small Glories make their US debut with Assiniboine & The Red, an album that celebrates the Canadian Prairies. The album title references the junction of two rivers, the Assiniboine And The Red, in the duo's hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba, and celebrates the happenstance meeting of members Cara Luft, an original member of the Wailin' Jennys, and multi-instrumentalist JD Edwards. The duo's onstage chemistry and humor complements their energetic live performances and buoyant, Americana-inflected folk songs. Luft and Edwards' exuberant harmonies bring to mind such duos as the Civil Wars and Shovels & Rope, but with a Northern spin. The album's songs are all inspired by places, from "Alberta," the opener, to Winnipeg," a spirited celebration of their hometown. "
033651031123
Small Glories - Assiniboine & The Red

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Format: CD
Label: RDH
Rel. Date: 06/28/2019
UPC: 033651031123

Assiniboine & The Red
Artist: Small Glories
Format: CD
New: Available to Order $16.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Alberta
2. Long Long Moon
3. Oh My Love
4. Johnson Slide
5. Sing
6. Don't Back Down
7. Secondhand
8. Pieces of Me
9. You Can't Be High 1
10. Winnipeg

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2019 release. The Small Glories make their US debut with Assiniboine & The Red, an album that celebrates the Canadian Prairies. The album title references the junction of two rivers, the Assiniboine And The Red, in the duo's hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba, and celebrates the happenstance meeting of members Cara Luft, an original member of the Wailin' Jennys, and multi-instrumentalist JD Edwards. The duo's onstage chemistry and humor complements their energetic live performances and buoyant, Americana-inflected folk songs. Luft and Edwards' exuberant harmonies bring to mind such duos as the Civil Wars and Shovels & Rope, but with a Northern spin. The album's songs are all inspired by places, from "Alberta," the opener, to Winnipeg," a spirited celebration of their hometown. "
        
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