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Home, co-produced with multi-instrumentalist/producer Don Richmond for Realiza Records, offers more of the intimate, challenging and insightful songs for which Eliza Gilkyson is known, and features a wide range of material that reflect her appreciation for family, home and hearth in a time when those things have become essential to maintain sanity and decency. Cameos include a gorgeous duet with Robert Earl Keen, "How Deep", that asks some of life's important questions, and a sweet duet with longtime friend Mary Chapin Carpenter, "Sparrow", on the appreciation a songwriter feels for fans and friends who inspire the songs into being.
Home, co-produced with multi-instrumentalist/producer Don Richmond for Realiza Records, offers more of the intimate, challenging and insightful songs for which Eliza Gilkyson is known, and features a wide range of material that reflect her appreciation for family, home and hearth in a time when those things have become essential to maintain sanity and decency. Cameos include a gorgeous duet with Robert Earl Keen, "How Deep", that asks some of life's important questions, and a sweet duet with longtime friend Mary Chapin Carpenter, "Sparrow", on the appreciation a songwriter feels for fans and friends who inspire the songs into being.
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Home [With Booklet]
Artist: Eliza Gilkyson
Format: CD
New: Available $15.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. True North
2. World Keeps on Singing Featuring Robert Earl Keen
3. How Deep
4. Sunflowers
5. Safety Zone
6. Witness
7. Here Comes the Night
8. Man in the Bottle
9. Sparrow Featuring Mary Chapin Carpenter
10. Home

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Home, co-produced with multi-instrumentalist/producer Don Richmond for Realiza Records, offers more of the intimate, challenging and insightful songs for which Eliza Gilkyson is known, and features a wide range of material that reflect her appreciation for family, home and hearth in a time when those things have become essential to maintain sanity and decency. Cameos include a gorgeous duet with Robert Earl Keen, "How Deep", that asks some of life's important questions, and a sweet duet with longtime friend Mary Chapin Carpenter, "Sparrow", on the appreciation a songwriter feels for fans and friends who inspire the songs into being.
        
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