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Shirley Wright - That Same Spirit album mp3
  • Performer:
    Shirley Wright
  • Title:
    That Same Spirit
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Album: That Same Spirit. Shirley Wright - I'm Changing Houses That Same Spirit, 2009 04:02. Shirley Wright - Keep My Feet From Falling That Same Spirit, 2009 02:46. Artist: Shirley Wright.

That Same Spirit - Shirley Wright. He's In the Midst - Shirley Wright. Keep My Feet From Falling - Shirley Wright. I'm Changing Houses - Shirley Wright. Without Him - Shirley Wright. Lord I'll Keep On Loving You - Shirley Wright. Be Wonderful In Heaven - Shirley Wright. Flight Without An Airplane - Shirley Wright.

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She hasn’t released an album of new material since 1978 and hardly sang for 30 years – but now Shirley Collins is back with songs full of the stark strangeness that made her early work so powerful. The most immediately shocking thing about Shirley Collins’ seventh album is that it exists at all. Collins may be one of the folk revival’s most revered song collectors and vocalists, but for more than 30 years she was famous for not singing at all. She last released a new album in 1978, by which point her voice was already, she claimed, letting her down in the wake of a messy split from her husband, fellow musician Ashley Hutchings. My voice got damaged, my ego got damaged, and my heart and everything, she said, years later. And I stopped being able to sing

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Credits

Shirley Wright - Primary Artist