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A Tribute to Jack Hardy

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Disc 1 of 2
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Tree of Rhyme
Artist: David Massengill
3:45
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Saint Clare
Artist: Suzanne Vega
2:23
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Little Dove
Artist: Richard Shindell
4:07
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Sojourner Truth (Ain't I a Woman?)
Artist: Jack Williams
3:15
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Murder
Artist: Christine Lavin
5:55
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You Only Leave Your Heart Once
Artist: Richard Julian
4:31
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Prisoner
Artist: Red Molly
4:33
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The Last of the O’Neills
Artist: Nels Andrews
3:38
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Rye Grass
Artist: Paul Sachs
4:41
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Houston Street
Artist: Frank Christian
4:36
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Potter’s Field
Artist: Erik Frandsen
2:28
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Autumn
Artist: Jonathan Byrd
3:08
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Gossamer Thread
Artist: Jack Hardy
3:19
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Resolution
Artist: Rod MacDonald
3:56
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Forget-Me-Not
Artist: Lucy Kaplansky
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Dublin Farewell
Artist: Anthony da Costa
3:46
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The Tailor
Artist: Terre Roche
5:25
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Down Where the Rabbits Run
Artist: John Gorka
3:40
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I Ought to Know
Artist: Ronny Cox
3:34
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Porto Limon
Artist: Brian Rose
4:34
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White Shoes
Artist: Andrew Rose Gregory
3:47
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Go Tell the Savior
Artist: Diana Jones
4:27
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The Inner Man
Artist: Frank Tedesso
4:13
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Before You Sing (Instrumental Version)
Artist: Kate MacLeod
1:08
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Fare Thee Well
Artist: Nanci Griffith
4:03
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Ponderosa
Artist: Jack Hardy
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