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Maiden In The Moor Lay - Meg Baird - Dear Companion (CD, Album)

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  • Meg Baird: Dear Companion Michael Metivier “Maiden in the Moor Lay” is a shimmering and bittersweet ballad, adding angelic harmonies on a wordless, key-shifting chorus. by New Zealand.
  • Home Meg Baird Dear Companion. Although Baird’s wandering guitar on originals "Riverhouse in Tinicum" and "Maiden in the Moor Lay" fits perfectly within the context of the album, her own.
  • May 22,  · Baird tackles traditional material (“Dear Companion,” “The Cruelty of Barbary Allen,” “Sweet William and Fair Ellen,” “Willie O’Winsbury”), obscure, well-chosen covers (Chris Thompson’s “River Song,” Jimmy Webb’s “Do What You Gotta Do”) and two originals (“Riverhouse in Tinicum,” “Maiden in the Moor Lay”) that could have come from centuries past.
  • Jan 30,  · Music Reviews: Dear Companion by Meg Baird released in via Drag City / Wichita / P-Vine. Genre: Folk.
  • Dear companion Lyrics: Once did i have a dear companion / Indeed i thought his love my own / Until a black-eyed girl betrayed me / And then he cared no more for me / Just go and leave me if you.
  • Listen to your favorite songs from Dear Companion by Meg Baird Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Maiden In The Moor Lay: 8. Sweet William And Fair Ellen: 9. All I Ever Wanted: Willie O'Winsbury: album. Dear Companion Meg Baird. 11 songs (42 minutes) Released on May.
  • Meg Baird is the ever-restless lead vocalist from Espers. Dear Companion is her first solo album on Drag City. Full of traditional songs, well-chosen covers, and originals, it stands outside the freak folk scene, and doesn't remind the listener of her primary band, either.
  • Dear Companion, an Album by Meg Baird. Released on Drag City (catalog no. DCCD; CD). Genres: Contemporary Folk.

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