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Origins: Last Go Round-Rosalie Sorrells


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Subject: Origins: Last Go Round-Rosalie Sorrells
From: open mike
Date: 04 Aug 12 - 12:49 PM

Rosalie Sorrells has a song (title song for one of her "albums")
which she attributes to a book by Ken Kesey and Ken Babbs.

Based on a childhood campfire tale, Kesey and Babbs attempt to recreate the Old West in their story of a black cowboy, a Nez Perce Indian and a young white ... with images from the 1911 Pendelton round up rodeo...

here Gretchen Peters sings this wonderful song

The Grammy-nominated album is on Red House Records.

here is Rosalie's web site

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Subject: RE: Origins: Last Go Round-Rosalie Sorrells
From: Elmore
Date: 05 Aug 12 - 12:57 PM

Rosalie; Another underrated highly talented artist. She'd do a long rap, but then she'd sing and you'd realize that every word she had spoken was essential to a complete understanding of the song.

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