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Lullaby by Dominique Eade

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Album Title: Town and Country
Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2017


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Fiona's Comments

Dominique Eade could vignette you to sleep everyday of your life. A female capacity to deliver Mose Allison like authenticity with enough gospel sass to tap the Sarah Vaughan connection, and an old timey folk appreciation that draws on a long timeline of melancholy. A delicacy Ran Blake's swift dissonant minor- isms plate spot on. #deliciouslyachingrealfeels

About the Album

"Lullaby" is the first track from vocalist Dominique Eade and pianist Ran Blake's second duo recording "Town and Country." The stark, mesmerizing recording takes listeners on a journey through the American folk tradition with unique takes on Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, traditional folk tunes, gospel classics and more.

Track Listing

Lullaby; It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding); Moon River; West Virginia Mine Disaster; Elijah Rock; Give My Love to Rose; Harvest At Massachusetts General Hospital; The Easter Tree; Moonglow/Theme from Picnic; Thoreau; Moti; Pretty Fly; Open Highway; Gunther; West Virginia Mine Disaster; Harvest at Massachusetts General Hospital; Moonlight in Vermont; Goodnight, Irene.


Dominique Eade
Dominique Eade

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel

Dominique Eade, vocal; Ran Blake, piano; Prudence Steiner, narration on "Thoreau".


Date featured

July 6, 2017

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