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Hands

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Hands
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Indanee
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No Sweat
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Another New Year
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Bread & Roses
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Bound For Freedom
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Cold Cup Of Water
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In This Life
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I'll Be There
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People Love
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We Were There
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Let Her Go
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Swimming To The Other Side
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 51:23

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Great Feminist music as we used to know it.

Aspen5217

Loved this album. Reminded me of Holly Near or Cris Williamson.

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Hands Get Two "Thumbs Up!"

OldFolkster

Pat Humphries has one of the strongest, purest voices in contemporary music and this selection of songs is a great showcase for her talent. If you like great folk music -get it.

They Say All Music Guide

Topical folk like this ruled FM radio in the late ’60s and early ’70s, but today, Pat Humphries’ odes to racial and sexual freedom and union organizing can sound pretty anachronistic. That’s not to say there aren’t some excellent songs on this CD, which features a preponderance of lilting originals, plus covers from the likes of Tom Pacheco, Mimi Farina, and Phil Ochs (whose previously unrecorded pro-labor anthem “Hands” opens the disc). Like such artists as Joan Baez, though, Humphries can come across as humorless and a bit preachy at times. This good album would have been better with a few light touches — and a few less platitudes about freedom, justice, and love. – Jeff Burger

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