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eBook Breaking from the Line: Songs of Fred Small epub
  • ISBN: 0938756133
  • Author: Fred Small
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Music
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Yellow Moon Pr; First Edition edition (August 1985)
  • Pages: 110 pages
  • ePUB size: 1833 kb
  • FB2 size 1668 kb
  • Formats docx lrf lrf txt


Breaking from the Line book.

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This song book collects 35 songs from Fred's first three albums, plus three other songs. Breaking from the Line : The Songs of Fred Small. Each song features lyrics, notation, chords, and notes by Fred.

Fred Small was born November 6, 1952, in Plainfield, NJ. Grandnephew of Thomas Hart Benton, the American regionalist painter (and outstanding harmonica player), Fred was playing guitar and singing folk songs by age seven. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Yale, Fred earned a law degree and a masters in natural resources policy at the University of Michigan. He wrote his first song in 1974 on the morning of his first law school examination. In 1980 Fred left his position as staff attorney at the Conservation Law Foundation to pursue his career in music full time

Everything Possible: Fred Small In Concert - Fred Small. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией.

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It was storming in Seattle when your car wouldn't start Sunny in Salinas, where you nearly broke your heart It was snowing in St. Paul but the people filled the hall And you sent them all home singing through the cold.

Produced by Fred Small & John Curtis. Album The Heart of the Appaloosa. Willie’s Song Lyrics. It was storming in Seattle when your car wouldn't start Sunny in Salinas, where you nearly broke your heart It was snowing in St. May the rain run off your shoulder when you're caught in a storm When the frost comes a-calling may it find you safe and warm May your place be set, may your promises be kept May you never forget you are loved.

Frederick Emerson Small (born November 6, 1952), known publicly as Fred Small, is an American singer-songwriter. He began his career as a lawyer and later became a Unitarian Universalist minister. Small graduated from Yale University and the University of Michigan, from which he earned both a law degree and a master's in environmental policy. His first position was as staff attorney for the Conservation Law Foundation.

Fred Small has been one of our nation's best folk singer-songwriters. His songs on this album range from angry to humorous critiques of contemporary culture

Fred Small has been one of our nation's best folk singer-songwriters. His songs on this album range from angry to humorous critiques of contemporary culture. Beautiful music, and (unlike other Fred Small albums) just Fred and his guitar and an enthusiastic audience. One person found this helpful. I actually had this CD and lent it to someone who never returned it. I had to get another on because I loved it so much. Fred has a great voice and writes very poignant songs.

This song is by Fred Small and appears on the album No Limit (1985).

This song is by Fred Small and appears on the album No Limit (1985)

This song book collects 35 songs from Fred's first three albums, plus three other songs. Each song features lyrics, notation, chords, and notes by Fred. With photos from his life and career, you will get a look at how Fred became a troubadour in the tradition of Pete Seeger and Phil Ochs.
Comments: (2)
Zulkishicage
Powerful songs of justice and human joys and rights with relevant ones based on very accurate histrical research! A special collection!!
Broadraven
Folksinger/songwriter Fred Small, former environmental lawyer with Ivy League credentials and now Unitarian minister, is creative, passionate, refreshing, versatile, eloquent, and lyrical. It's a treat to have all of his early songs in one place, and to read some biographical information on someone who truly has lived his beliefs and who has truly followed his heart. His songs of international peace, living simply, acceptance of others, child abuse, women's rights, the environment and endangered species, true love, and so much more, bring us insight into our lives, our relationship to others, and to this world and to this cosmos, and inspire us to fight the good fight, or to hold a dear one close, or to be open to one another's differences, or to protect and nurture a fragile Earth, or to simply listen .... (On a lighter note, my favorite song -- in this collection -- is about a moose in love, which, of course, being a Fred Small song, tells a story on a higher level as well.)
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