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Autumn in Augusta - Songs My Mama Would Like

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013
Track listing: Joyful, Joyful, We Adore You; Wayfaring Stranger; How Can I Keep From Singing; House Of The Rising Sun; How Long, How Long Blues.

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Autumn in Augusta: Autumn in Augusta - Songs My Mama Would Like

Read "Autumn in Augusta - Songs My Mama Would Like" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Autumn in August--Songs My Mama Would Like is a love letter in the form of a jazz combo. Vocalist Lucy Smith honors her mother with an extended-play disc, presented by the jazz trio plus singer.Chiming in at just short of 19 minutes over five songs, the collection is a simplicity scrubbed repertoire of Public ...


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