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Carols for All Seasons features Jean Ritchie performing a variety of holiday favorites. Featured performances include "Carnal and the Crane," "I Saw Three Ships," "Dames Get up and Bake Your Pies," and "Children Go Where I Send Them," in addition to 13 others. Those who appreciate Ritchie's music should find this to be a delightful addition to the holidays.

Biography

Born: 08 December 1922 in Viper, KY

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

A key figure in the 1950s folk revival, Jean Ritchie was a one-woman treasure trove of near-forgotten American folk songs, most of which she learned as a child growing up in a rural corner of the Appalachian Mountains. Ritchie moved from Kentucky to New York City in the mid-'40s after attending college; there, she became a coffeehouse folksinger at night and a social worker by day. Along with her sporadic but deeply rewarding recording career, Jean Ritchie was best known as a tireless archivist of...
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