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A Kinder Season

Eve Goldberg

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Eve's third album is a remarkable testament to the joy and hope that lurks somewhere beyond the heartache, and the sweetness that can be found even in the bitterest seasons of life. Recorded in the months after her mother’s death, the album fuses Eve’s rootsy eclecticism with an emotional candor that may pleasantly surprise her fans. Twelve original songs firmly establish Eve as a compelling and thoughtful writer whose style encompasses contemporary singer-songwriter, bluegrass, swing, jazz, blues, and hints of r&b, all with Eve’s pure, clear voice, and versatile guitar at the centre. Produced by Ken Whiteley, with guest appearances by George Koller, Victor Bateman, Dave Clarke, Brad Hart, Sweet Water Women, Chris Coole, Marilyn Lerner, Anne Lindsay, Tannis Slimmon, Roman Borys, and Erynn Marshall.

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Streets of Burma

Eve Goldberg

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In September 2007 the world saw powerful images of monks and nuns demonstrating in Burma (Myanmar) on the evening news, and reacted with dismay as their peaceful protests were brutally suppressed by the military dictatorship there. Eve wrote the "The Streets of Burma" as a way of bearing witness to what happened. She was honoured when Amnesty International Canada used the song as part of its campaign to free U Gambira, one of the monks who was detained following the protests.

All profits from downloads of “The Streets of Burma” go to support Amnesty International Canada.

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Crossing the Water

Eve Goldberg

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Filled with more of her trademark eclectic acoustic style, Crossing the Water helped cement Eve's reputation as one of Canada's foremost singers, songwriters, and interpreters. The album includes songs by some of her favourite songwriters, including Jane Voss, Bill Staines, Iris DeMent and Tom Paxton, as well as her own sparkling originals, and three songs written by Eve and producer Ken Whiteley. With special guests Chris Whiteley, George Koller, Dennis Pendrith, Chris Coole, Anne Lindsay, Colleen Allen, Tannis Slimmon, Ciceal Levy, Amoy Levy and The Downtown Syncopated Sweetwater Choir.

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Ever Brightening Day

Eve Goldberg

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Eve's first album features twelve songs from Eve’s repertoire which range in style from bluegrass to swing to blues to contemporary folk. Centred around her voice and guitar, the album includes a capella numbers, songs with small string-band back-ing, and songs with full band accompaniment. In addition to her original songs, Eve selected songs by some of her favourite musicians, including Bessie Smith, Kate Wolf, Cathy Fink, Mississippi John Hurt, John McCutcheon, Jean Ritchie, and Shelley Posen. Her tune “Watermelon Sorbet” was the opening theme to the national CBC radio show “Richardson’s Roundup" for many years. Produced by Bill Garrett, with guests Frank Barth, Cindy Church, Chris Coole, Al Cross, Bill Garrett, Randy Kempf, Ellen Long, Arnie Naiman, Dennis Pendrith, Mose Scarlett, Kelly Walsh, Rick Whitelaw, Chris Whiteley, Dan Whiteley and Ken Whiteley.  

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