Holly Near with Emma’s Revolution – We Came to Sing (2009)


These are partial clips of the songs.

Tender and daring a cappella vocal arrangements of some of Holly’s most requested songs are paried with some of Emma’s Revoltion’s most popular songs and some new tracks that perfectly fit the three woman’s voices! Musical styles range from a meditation on “Study War No\ More” to a light hearted jazzy version
of “Swimming to the Other Side.” The harmonies on “Sky Dances” are divine and “Ministry of Oil” is a great political commentary. Other highlights include
new versions of “Mountain Song,” “1000 Grandmothers” and “West Virginia Friend.” Released in 2009.


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1. Listen to the Voices
2. Sail Away Lady
3. Sky Dances
4. Swimming to the Other Side
5. 1000 Grandmothers
6. Sing to Me the Dream
7. Ministry of Oil
8. Fired Up
9. West Virginia Friend
10. Mountain Song
11. Study War No More


Additional information

Weight 8 oz
Dimensions 5 × 5 × .5 in

Physical CD, Full Album – Download, 1. Listen to the Voices, 2. Sail Away Lady, 3. Sky Dances, 4. Swimming to the Other Side, 5. 1000 Grandmothers, 6. Sing to Me the Dream, 7. Ministry of Oil, 8. Fired Up, 9. West Virginia Friend, 10. Mountain Song, 11. Study War No More


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