Letters from a Hill Farm
And a very good song it is.
Oh, I do love it, Lisa.
Nan, you are so clever finding all these wonderful pieces of music, isn't the video moving too? Love it.Carole
Carole, this was popular while my kids were growing up, and we all went to see her at Lilith Fair in 1998. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lilith_Fair
I love Natalie Merchant.
Me too, Sarah.
Fabulous video! I love all the faces...some so wise-looking...and the children so beautiful. I loved NM when she was in 10,000 Maniacs (Trouble Me) and later when she went solo. My Beloved Wife is one of the most tender songs...Merchant performed at the Borders I was working in when I lived in TX in the late '90s.Thanks for the trip down memory lane. Off to pull her cd off my shelf...Oh! And I love the kitty photo! Great lighting.
I'm so glad you liked it, Les. It's one of my favorites. And Miss Raya thanks you, too.
This video brought a tear to my eye. Thank you for posting it, Nan! I have always admired Natalie's music and her JOY... this is a definite re-post.
Oh, Nan, isn't she just the best. When we went to Lilith Fair in 1998, someone else was playing, and suddenly there was NM dancing onto the stage.
I love this! It brought tears to my eyes to see such a rich mix of beautiful, joyous women. Very timely after my recent blog series on being fat. I'll be reposting this and of course will give credit to you (And Natalie!). I've always been a big fan of hers.m
I so love it, Laurie, for the presentation of all the different ages and shapes of women. 'she'll make her way' indeed!
She's so beautiful and I love her voice. One of my favorite songs is 'Kind and Generous." I love her!
So beautiful. I just adore Natalie Merchant.
Staci and Trish, have you visited her website?http://www.nataliemerchant.com/
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