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Mcdonnell, Kate / Where the Mangoes Are
Album:Where the Mangoes Are Collection:General
Artist:Mcdonnell, Kate Added:02/2005
Label:Appleseed Recordings 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2005-04-10 Pull Date:2005-06-12 
Week Ending:15 May24 Apr17 Apr

 Recent Airplay
1.May 10, 2005:The Panoply
4.Apr 14, 2005:The Collective Devils
Railroad Bill
2.Apr 19, 2005:Multiple Personality Disorder
5.Apr 11, 2005:Sonar
3.Apr 15, 2005:The Fifth Column: Rise! Rise! There Will Be Blood on the Streets This Night!

Album Review
Chuan-Mei Lee
Reviewed 2005-03-30 
A strong album of contemporary folk from singer-songwriter Kate McDonnell. Has a voice like an early Joan Baez with perhaps the edge of Ani DiFranco. Expressive, thoughtful, enjoyable tunes.

1. Upbeat, breezy song about the open road. (4:10)
2. Chorus of “Hey Joe” gets tedious. But fun groove. (3:46)
3. More traditional-sounding mournful folk. (5:03)
4. Social/political commentary in the folk tradition. (4:15)
5. Quiet, heartfelt, emotional song. (5:11)
6. Uptempo, searching ballad. (4:23)
7. Cheerful acoustic blues rendition. (2:22)
8. Slow and overly drawn out. (5:55)
9. Emotional song about death. (3:05)
10. Plaintive love song. (4:43)
11. Folk rendition of Steve Earle’s song. (4:30)
12. Mournful ballad about love loss and hardship. (4:15)

Track Listing
1.Tumbleweed 7.Railroad Bill
2.Hey Joe 8.Lemon Marmalade
3.Go Down Moses 9.Luis
4.Mercy 10.Mayday
5.5:05 11.Goodbye Song
6.Fires 12.Softhearted Girl