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The Wife

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SadMonk I just love the melancholic mood and how this song paints pictures in my head. Favorite track: The Hills Are Alive.
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English Man Songs from a minstrel, a gleeman...a modern day bard, a good man, a friend; The Great Park...
...interesting arrangements giving added depth to clever narrative. Problem folk doesn't get any better than this. Favorite track: The Royal Canal.
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Originally released by Woodland Recordings in 2009, 'The Wife' was recorded in Ireland and Berlin by Stephen Burch and features Martha Rose's violin on most songs. Also includes musical contributions from Tristan Brusch, Vicky Steer (Blanket) and Fee Reega.

'...sets it's sights at the whole world, in inspired lyricism...'

'Great essential original stuff. You really won't hear another album like it this year.' - Southcoasting blog

'striking and heartfelt tales of love, loss and yearning' - Brighton Source magazine

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released September 2, 2009

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Stephen Burch. Problem folk, songs with words.

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