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How Sad, How Lovely

by Connie Converse

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leafgirl A special rawness matched with a unique wit, sound, and bitterly charming lyrics. One of my favorite musical influences and singer-songwriters of my life. Thank you Connie. Favorite track: We Lived Alone.
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drewbpdx Amazing that Connie's music has survived to this day, and even more incredible that her sound was decades ahead of its time. I thought this album was recorded only 5-10 years ago, not in 1954! Favorite track: I Have Considered the Lilies.
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Boots That we are even able to hear these songs today is a miracle. So ahead of her time, the dry wit she put into her ballads catches me by surprise every playthrough. Essential! Favorite track: Man in the Sky.
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Roving Woman 02:41
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John Brady 01:46
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One by One 02:05
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Honeybee 01:34
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Trouble 01:19
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This album was compiled from original sources that have been lovingly restored and mastered. It represents a mere fraction of Connie's recorded repertoire.

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released March 5, 2009

words and music by Connie Converse
recorded by Connie Converse & Gene Deitch
restored and produced by Daniel Dzula & David Herman

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Connie Converse New York

Connie Converse disappeared in 1974, leaving behind a haunting body of recorded music that would remain virtually unheard for the next 35 years... Written through the 1950's, Connie's cache of original material instantly reveals itself to be uniquely inspired and years ahead of its time. ... more

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