Song of the Traveling Daughter

Song of the Traveling Daughter

by Abigail Washburn


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Product Details

Release Date: 08/02/2005
Label: Nettwerk Records
UPC: 0067003042321
catalogNumber: 30423
Rank: 79043

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Abigail Washburn   Primary Artist,Banjo
Béla Fleck   Banjo,Steel Guitar
Tim Lauer   Accordion,Keyboards
Ben Sollee   Cello
Casey Driessen   Fiddle
Ryan Hoyle   Percussion,Tom-Tom,Djembe,Shaker,finger cymbals
Jordan McConnell   Guitar,uillean pipes,Low Whistle
Amanda Kowalski   Upright Bass

Technical Credits

Béla Fleck   Producer
Traditional   Composer
Reid Scelza   Producer
Ben Sollee   Arranger
Jordan McConnell   Arranger
Abigail Washburn   Arranger,Composer,Producer

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Song of the Traveling Daughter 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If anyone had ever told me I'd become a Bluegrass fan, I'd have bet a million bucks against it---and lost every penny! This young woman creates music and lyrics that stir my soul and make me hunger for more. She even includes two Chinese tracks, and, although I don't understand a word, they fit...beautifully. Her words are both fun and moving--"Life isn't easy, and truth's a dreadful beauty...." The cello accompaniment adds a depth that draws me in. I am totally dazzled can't wait to hear her in person! This CD will be my Christmas present to everyone this year. What a stunning debut! Thank you, Abigail.
maryelena More than 1 year ago
This is the first album I purchased of A. Washburn. I subsequently purchased a second one. The purchases were stimulated by my new interest in Blue Grass. I really like the Chinese language in some of the music. The purchase was made blind but no regrets.
Dimplasm More than 1 year ago
For anyone who loves banjo or folk music. Some of the songs in Chinese, which is different.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago