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A tribute to the bravery and dedication of the people involved in the Underground Railroad, 1998's Steal Away features Kim & Reggie Harris' stirring performances of songs about slavery. Most of the album consists of traditional freedom songs like "Oh Freedom," "No More Auction Block for Me," "Let Us Break Bread Together," "Go Down Moses" and "Now Let Me Fly," all rendered with deep emotion and sensitivity. As usual, the duo's vocal talents breathe new life into these important songs, making Steal Away a collection with historical and emotional impact.

Biography

Formed: 1974 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The stirring husband-and-wife folk duo Kim & Reggie Harris combine their love of music and social vision into accomplished, heartfelt songs. Based in upstate New York, they have performed together for over 25 years, singing traditional, contemporary, and original material on albums like In the Heat of the Summer, In the Heat of the Night, and Steal Away: Music of the Underground, and in performances at the Philadelphia Folk Festival and the Smithsonian Institute. The duo is especially powerful when...
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