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Live on WFMU with Gaylord Fields - October 5. 2014 by Debby Schwartz

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Debby Schwartz and Ember in WFMU studios
Released:October 16th, 2014
Producer: Gaylord Fields
Engineer: Mario Santana

This Hoboken-based singer-songwriter has participated in a wide array of musical styles throughout her decades as a performing and recording artist, starting as the lead vox of the all-female Aquanettas in the late Eighties. But she's also a giving sort: When she's not exploring and sharing her own musical landscape, as found on her recently issued solo album, A Garden of My Own, she can be found backing artists including the progressive folk of P.G. Six and fellow acoustic goddess Ember Schrag. For this live session, there just might be a violin and/or a hurdy-gurdy giving her plangent voice and nimble guitar picking a suitable musical bed. Call her folkish, call her folky — but do know that Debby Schwartz is just plain good folks.



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Live on WFMU with Gaylord Fields - October 5. 2014

Live on WFMU with Gaylord Fields - October 5. 2014 by Debby Schwartz is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License.
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jshatan on 10/18/14 at 03:38PM
Beautiful, spirited performances of songs from Debby's fantastic album!
BermudaSchwartz on 10/18/15 at 01:11AM
Hi everyone: I'm happy to announce that my song "All to Become Somebody" from the WFMU session is being featured in the movie The Lives We Lead (written and directed by Davo Hardy), which can be purchased here: Many thanks to Gaylord, Mario, and WFMU (and, of course, Davo)!

To hear the original version of this, or other songs in the podcast, please go to Twin Lakes Records:
jshatan on 10/20/15 at 06:09PM
That's great news, Debby - congrats. What a song.
BermudaSchwartz on 10/20/15 at 09:08PM
Thanks so much, Jeremy! We did a really nice version of it on the show.
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