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My Last Go Round

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Download links and information about My Last Go Round by Rosalie Sorrels. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to World Music, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 59:13 minutes.

Artist: Rosalie Sorrels
Release date: 2004
Genre: World Music, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 21
Duration: 59:13
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. My Last Go Round 5:19
2. The Telling Takes Me Home 4:37
3. I Met Rosalie (Intro) (featuring Jean Ritchie) 1:27
4. Pretty Saro (featuring Jean Ritchie) 1:54
5. My Grandmother Told Me Stories (Intro) 1:16
6. There Was an Old Woman 1:48
7. Traveling Lady 5:04
8. To the Dear Memory of Our Friend Dave Van Ronk (Tribute) 0:07
9. Aishling Gael (featuring Patrick Sky) 2:34
10. We Had Some High Old Times (Intro) 0:45
11. I Think of You 4:27
12. Love Will Linger On 3:51
13. Rock Salt and Nails 3:31
14. Be Careful, There's a Baby In the House (featuring Loudon Wainright III) 3:07
15. The Place You Snuck Into (Story) 2:41
16. Rondinelli's Castle 4:17
17. Well, Now That Rosalie's Retired (Intro) (featuring Christine Lavin) 0:20
18. Wind Chimes (featuring Christine Lavin) 4:05
19. My Home Ain't In the Hall of Fame 3:52
20. Poem 0:49
21. Old Devil Time 3:22

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Recorded live at a 2002 Harvard University concert, My Last Go Round brings closure to Rosalie Sorrels’ lengthy career as a touring folk artist. The now-venerable “Traveling Lady” bids farewell to the road in high style, inviting such luminaries as Jean Ritchie, Peggy Seeger, Christine Lavin, and Loudon Wainwright III to join her on stage. Sorrels’ time-seasoned vocals lend poignancy to “My Last Go Round,” “The Telling Takes Me Home,” “Traveling Lady,” and similar odes to dusty crossroads and distant friends. From the lonesome country twang of “Rock Salt and Nails” to the eerie fairy tale narrative of “Old Woman Tossed Up in a Bucket,” Rosalie reaches back to survey the full range of her repertoire. Between-song stories add a revelatory note to the evening. Among the guest stars, Ritchie takes top honors for her haunting a cappella performance of “Pretty Saro.” Closing the show is Sorrel’s eloquent rendition of Pete Seeger’s defiant “Old Devil Time.” By turns nostalgic, sardonic and indomitable, Rosalie makes this bittersweet occasion into a triumph. My Last Go Round is a must-have release for any fan of heartfelt folk music.