Youngblood, Mary / Feed the Fire
Album: Feed the Fire   Collection:World
Artist:Youngblood, Mary   Added:Apr 2004
Label:Silver Wave Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2004-05-17 Pull Date: 2004-07-19 Charts: Reggae/World
Week Ending: Jul 18 Jul 11 Jul 4 Jun 27 Jun 20 Jun 13 Jun 6 May 30
Airplays: 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Nov 15, 2005: They Stole Our Country & All We Got Was This Lousy Special
She Watches Them Play
4. Jul 06, 2004: At the Cafe Bohemian
Passions to Ignite
2. Nov 30, 2004: At the Cafe Bohemian
She Watches Them Play
5. Jul 02, 2004: No Cover, No Minimum
Search for Warmth
3. Jul 16, 2004: Multiple Personality Disorder
Search for Warmth, Far From Home
6. Jul 01, 2004: Sun in Libra, Moon in Pisces
Sacred Place

Album Review
Reviewed 2004-04-13
This Native American flutist is of Aleut & Seminole descent and is joined by guest stars Joanne Shenandoah, Bill Miller, and Ian Anderson (from Jethro Tull!). On this release she also plays piano and sings on a few tracks. It’s relaxing, low-key music that is, be warned, rather new agey. That’s not always a bad thing, though, and her flute playing is wonderful, warm, and rich.

1. Bright, relaxed mid-tempo w/a lite jazz feel.
2. Downtempo w/nice female vocals & a delicate feeling.
3. A slow, melancholy ode for guitar, cello, & flute.
4. Slow, sad, haunting piano/flute duet.
*5. Light, mid-tempo w/vox/strings/flute. Catchy.
*6. A simple melody w/a harmless little flute/strings thing.
7. Vox/piano/flute. A relaxed, folksy song.
*8. Strings/flute/perc. Lazy w/nice flourishes of chanting.
9. Elegant flute solo w/a sense of sadness.
*10. Baroque guitar, flute, cello..a stately, elegant charm.
11. A bit more upbeat but w/a definite new age sound.
*12. Bright flute, drum, rain stick. A happy sound.

Track Listing
1. On My Way   7. Long Long Road
2. Feed the Fire   8. Heart's Desire
3. Sacred Place   9. Destiny
4. Far From Home   10. Search for Warmth
5. Passions to Ignite   11. On this Journey
6. Dreams to Find   12. She Watches Them Play