As further preparation for what will definitely be one of the highlights of the year, I present the first part (of three) of a basic discography of Rachel's work.
Unless you can track down a copy of the very rare 2004 EP Halloween Leaves (track list: My Morphine; Hickory Wind; Halloween Leaves; That's How Strong My Love Is) then the place to start is the full-length debut CD...
|The Bootlegger's Daughter|
Blow The Ballad of Bill Miner
Up The River
Walk To You
Halloween Leaves is the only song on the EP which was written by Rachel, so it's good that it is included here.
Stand out tracks: Sunshine Girl, Shoeless Joe, Up The River and Summer's Gone.
|City of Refuge|
A Housewife's Lament
Old Time Religion/Working on a Building
Ode to Billie Joe
I Don't Want to Get Adjusted to This World
Under the Big Top
Stand out tracks: Karen Kane, Carver and I Don't Want To Get Adjusted To This World.
The CDs can be bought from many places, including Rachel's own website. Those fortunate enough to have a ticket for next week's show should be able to purchase the CDs and get them signed in person.
(Images © Rachel Lyn Harrington)