The Bellevue Years
CAT # 11671-1220-2
1. If You Want Space Go to Utah 2:33 2. The Vacation of Their Lives 5:34 3. Giant TV Screen 5:28 4. The Danger 3:20 5. Tidal Wave 2:53 6. Another Woman's Man 3:23 7. Interview with David Weinstein, January 22, 1984 2:07 8. Cold Pizza for Breakfast 2:30 9. Music/Sports Notes 1:51 10. Lady Knights, the Atlantic Ten & the Atavistics 1:30 11. Isn't This Just Like Empty-Vee 1:42 12. Let's Get Out of Here, Jody 2:12 13. Camping 2:27 14. Artificial Means 4:12 15. The Moment Slipped Away 3:53 16. I Want to Be the First Folk Singer on the Space Shuttle 4:44 17. If I Could Be Sonja Henie 3:13
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Christine Lavin has been a major force in the contemporary folk world for two decades, as a solo artist (releasing such notable albums as Good Thing He Can't Read My Mind and Attainable Love), a founding member of the Four Bitchin' Babes, and as instigator of such songwriter compilations as On a Winter's Night and When October Goes. The Bellevue Years is essential Lavin, alternately funny and poignant, available here on CD for the first time. 'This album has a long and winding history: In 1983 it was originally a six-song vinyl EP (tracks 1-6) called Husbands And Wives on Palindrome Records. One song was added in 1987 ('Sonja Henie') and the album was reissued as Another Woman's Man by Rounder Records. Here it is as a full-length CD, with live performances from interviews taped during the same time period as the original recordings. Since that was when I worked at Bellevue Hospital, now calling this The Bellevue Years just felt right.' -C.L.
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