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This really is different type of music and i love that itunes has made rockabye dixie the free download this week maybe people will start taking different music to heart. The album is fantastic, each and every song is different unlike most pop albums. This really is a must listen to album it takes you through all emotions and relaxes you at the same time, one of my top albums. Also unless you have listened to the album as a whole and really listened then there is no point in putting up a review on the entire ablum just to spite one song!!!!

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Great Free Download. One on those songs that can make you feel warm and snuggly. Hope the rest of the album is as good


I'm not one that goes for this type of music but having previewed the free download I decided to listen to the whole album. I liked the upbeat melodies and I imagined listening to it in a villa in Tuscany or somewhere sunny and rural. It's very comfortable, except I find that the chinese 'Song of the Travelling Daughter', 'The Lost Lamb' and 'The Journey Home' was a bit awkward, it didn't fit with the rest of the english in the album, although it was a soothing voice that pulled it off. My favourite was 'Eva Stole the Apple'. I didn't buy this album, but I would recommend it to anyone who is already listening to banjo, folk-type music.


Born: 10 November 1979 in Evanston, IL

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The rustic, wide-ranging sounds of singer/songwriter Abigail Washburn appear so genuine and natural, they must come from a person who grew up surrounded by folk and bluegrass. The way Washburn developed her style is much more complicated, however, as it involves China, lost banjos, and the rock group Collective Soul. Although Washburn grew up singing, she had no desire to become a professional musician, and part-time gigs as a backup vocalist in reggae, gospel, and R&B bands were nothing more than...
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