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The Passage

by Woods Tea Co.

An acoustic group that performs fiery Celtic tunes, bluegrass, sea shanties, and American folk songs with ease and skill.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. The Passage/Whistle Jump
5:28 album only
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2. All Of The Hard Days Are Gone
2:40 album only
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3. December's Child
2:55 album only
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4. Sink The Cheerio
3:02 album only
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5. My Monday
3:25 album only
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6. Before They Close The Minstrel Show
4:08 album only
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7. The Coal Town Road
2:26 album only
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8. Lovell The Robber
3:21 album only
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9. The Old Dun Cow
3:02 album only
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10. For Rusty
2:49 album only
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11. Reuben James
2:52 album only
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12. Gin Ye Marry Me
2:28 album only
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13. Round The Bend
4:37 album only
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14. On Board The Saratoga
4:07 album only
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15. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen/The Lamentation of Owen Roe O'Neill
2:07 album only
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16. The Waterfall
3:56 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the 9th release of a Woods Tea Co. recording. In the fall of 2003 the Woods Tea Co. released a DVD titled “An Evening With The Woods Tea Co – from the Vergennes Opera House.” It was the last release of the Rusty, Mike, Howard & Chip quartet.

A busy and exciting touring schedule delayed our next project. At the beginning of 2006, plans were made to produce a new studio recording and some initial tracks were completed. In July 2006, Chip was hit by a truck while on his motorcycle near his home in New Hampshire and died in October. We managed during the next 10 months to sustain our schedule with numerous guest artists. On August 15, 2007 Rusty died of a sudden heart attack. Our founder and leader was taken from us and the process of grieving and surviving began again.

Tom MacKenzie, has rejoined WTC and as before we arm-twisted an incredible pool of talented “substitute fourths” using most often fiddler Jason Bergman and musician extraordinaire Pete Sutherland.

It would have been easy to postpone this recording; instead we’ve used this project to focus on the future and allow the spirits of our late comrades to guide us. The last two pieces presented on this CD are from them. Both were recorded for a never released Christmas album. Chip kept a fully decorated Christmas tree in his home all year round. He believed in keeping that spirit alive. It is fitting that we include them on this project keeping their spirits with us. Chip appears on two other tracks (Saratoga and December’s Child),

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Tom Heeter


This is my seventh album by Woods Tea Company and it is certainly a great one. There has never been a disappointing album by this group.
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Gina Pierce

The Passage
I thoroughly enjoyed this album. I just returned from a visit to Alaska and was especially pleased that "The Passage" is about Alaska. This is one of my favorite albums from the group and I think all who listen will like it.
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