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Connie Converse. How Sad, How Lovely. Interstreet Recordings от лица компании HEROIC CITIES EMI Music Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management и другие авторские общества 2. How Sad, How Lovely by Connie Converse, released 17 March 2015 1. Talkin' Like You Two Tall Mountains 2. Johnny's Brother 3. Roving Woman 4. Down This Road 5. The Clover Saloon 6. John Brady 7. We Lived Alone 8. Playboy of the Western World 9. Unknown A little louder, Love 10. One by One 11. Father Neptune 12. Man in the Sky 13. Empty Pocket Waltz 14. Honeybee 15. ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? The story of Connie Converse is fascinating, and her meager recorded output even more so. The accompaniment is sparse, and her voice may be a bit plain but it's lovely just the same. If she's still out there, I hope she's living her best life. How sad, how lovely, how short, how sweet, to see that sunset at the end of the street. And the day gathered in to a single light, and the shadows rising from the brim of the night. Too few, too few are the days that will hold your face, your face in a blaze of gold. And the lights going on in the shops and the bars, and the lovers looking for the first little stars. Like life, like a smile, like the fall of a leaf, how sad, how lovely, how brief. More on Genius. How Sad, How Lovely Track Info. Album 2009 18 Songs. Folk 2009. Talkin' Like You Two Tall Mountains. How Sad, How Lovely gathers together the songs of Elizabeth Connie Converse, a largely unknown singersongwriter who disappeared under mysterious circumstances in 1974. These lo-fi recordings made at the homes of friends and family in the 50s reveal an artist of sly wit and tender emotion, adept at vivid, sophisticated lyrics and well-contoured melodies. Converse can be mordantly funny Playboy of the Western World, John Brady and achingly poignant One By One, We Lived Alone as the mood strikes her. Unfortunately, Converse missed the folk revival of the 60s and retreated from view. Genre: Folk. A lovely collection of songs. Connie Converse's gentle guitar playing and her soothing voice sound both timeless and rustic but utterly beautiful either way. This collection is full of treasures. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. Listen free to Connie Converse How Sad, How Lovely Talkin' Like You Two Tall Mountains, Johnny's Brother and more. 18 tracks 40:32. Elizabeth Connie Converse disappeared in 1974, leaving behind a haunting body of recorded music that would remain virtually unheard for the next 35 years. Biography: Elizabeth Eaton Converse was born in Laconia, New Hampshire in 1924, the middle child of three siblings. She was bookish, the valedictorian her class at Concord High School, and described by most who knew her to be a polymath. She attended Mt. G Am D How sad, how lovely, G Am D how short, how sweet, Am D to see that sunset G Em G at the end of the street. Am Bm And the day gathered in Am G to a single light, C G and the shadows. by Connie Converse. Difficulty: novice. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. How Sad, How Lovely, 2015. Talkin Like You Two Tall Mountains, 02:31. Johnnys Brother, 02:44. There Is a Vine, 01:35. How Sad, How Lovely, 02:39. Trouble, 01:24. I Have Considered the Lilies, 03:42

Connie Converse - How Sad, How Lovely FLAC
Performer:
Connie Converse
Title:
How Sad, How Lovely
Genre:
FLAC size:
2827 mb
MP3 size:
1727 mb
WMA size:
2407 mb
Country:
US
Released:
2009
Label:
Lau derette Recordings
Style:
Acoustic, Folk
Rating:
4.2
Catalog №:
Ld-09001
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