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Women’s Resources Center—Newsletter—Volume 6/Issue 20July 18, 2014

Take a vacation. Prevent sexual violence.

Having blogged about addressing common trauma response symptoms in the past, it’s clear to me that vacations are a pivotal part of anti-violence activism. Even though the challenge of leaving your work undone or turning off your crisis-wired brain can daunt even the most zenful activists, do it. Re-realize the person whose interests and passions inspired your work to end sexual violence. Immerse yourself in healthy, rewarding relationships. Be fully present at the beach, so that next week you can be fully present in the counseling session. Go on, revel in it. The thing is, taking time away from your work will make you a better activist. Talking about topics that are just interesting and easy instead of unpacking the hard stuff for a week or two out of the year will give your brain a healthy reset. You can get back to being an amazing advocate, instead of just operating on auto-pilot. Of course things will happen while you’re away from your work. New clients will come in, grant deadlines will pass, someone will inevitably invite you to do a presentation for a large group. That’s where having a solid organizational structure in place will help to divert the load in your absence. Things will also happen on your vacation. The SCOTUS decision allowing employers to claim religious exemption from providing contraception to women will spark heated discussion about women’s rights in the modern era among your loved ones. You never stop being an informed, engaged bystander for prevention. Even those conversations will seem a little less taxing or intimidating after some time in your happy place. While I could have come back from my vacation ready and raring to blog my heart out about the big things that happened last week, I decided instead to remind myself and my friendly readership that taking a break will make you a better activist. Remember that ending sexual violence is not a calling…it’s what you do so that your true calling can be realized in a peaceful, equitable world. Ali Mailen Perrotto, National Sexual Violence Resource Center

This Week’s Activities @ WRC:

 

Monday | July 21 @ NOON @ Women’s Resources Center – Dish It Up: Gender Scholar Seminar | Why Won’t You Remember Me? Searching for Women in Film featuring Alicia Kozma, PhD. Candidate, Institute for Communication Research Our weekly summer “brown-bag” lunch series – bring your lunch, we’ll have refreshments and snacks – FREE!

 

Monday | July 21 @ 5:30 @ Women’s Resources Center – Belly Dancing | Women on the Move Fitness Our weekly belly dance class includes everything you need and it’s FREE! Dress comfortably in clothes that allow you to move. Designed for women-identified participants.

 

Thursday | July 24 @ 5:30 – 6:30 PM @ Women’s Resources Center – Yoga for Healing | Women on the Move Fitness If you’ve been curious about yoga but hesitant to join an ongoing class, the WRC welcomes you to a yoga for healing class. We will begin with a background of yoga including philosophy, fundamental components of a yoga class, and styles of yoga. Together we will explore yoga breathing practices and learn some basic yoga poses, with an emphasis on safe movement and effective alignment. Our practice will conclude with a final relaxation period. Yoga for Healing is a safe space and survivor-centered. These weekly yoga classes take place at the Women’s Resources Center and are designed for bodies of all shapes, sizes, and abilities. Dress in clothes that are easy to move around in! The yoga series begins June 19th and continues through summer session II. Should you require any accommodations (assistance with food and seating, large print programs, an ASL interpreter, visual/audio assistance, etc.), please contact us at your earliest convenience. This event is free and open to women-identified students.

Events This Week @ OIIR Cultural Centers/Units:

 

Tuesday | July 22 @ NOON @ Asian American Cultural Center – Summer Food for Thought | The Multiple Shades of Latin@swith Jessica Padilla Everyone welcome! Noodles by the cup and refreshments are available. FREE!

 

 

Out & About on Campus and the CU Community:

 

July 17 through July 24 @ The Art Theater – Life Itself.Acclaimed director Steve James (Hoop Dreams) and executive producers Martin Scorsese (The Departed) and Steven Zaillian (Moneyball) present LIFE ITSELF, a documentary film that recounts the inspiring and entertaining life of world-renowned film critic and social commentator Roger Ebert – a story that is by turns personal, funny, painful, and transcendent. Based on his bestselling memoir of the same name, LIFE ITSELF, explores the legacy of Roger Ebert’s life, from his Pulitzer Prize-winning film criticism at the Chicago Sun-Times to becoming one of the most influential cultural voices in America.

 

 

Friday | July 18 @ 10:00 AM @ Krannert Center, Drama Rehearsal Room – Dance for People with Parkinson’s Experience the fellowship of communal dance with instructors Marianne Jarvi and Kate Kuper of Dance at Illinois. If you or a loved one is living with Parkinson’s, join us to explore gentle movement in a safe, welcoming environment. Please dress comfortable for this full-body workshop.

 

Friday | July 18 @ 6:30pmOUTSIDE at the Research Park: Terrance Simien and the Zydeco Experience with opening act Candy Foster and Shades of Blue. Terrance Simien and the Zydeco Experience starts at7:30pm; Green Fair starts at 6pm | UI Research Park (1816 South Oak Street, Champaign)

Grammy winner Terrance Simien and the Zydeco Experience may make you reconsider everything you thought you knew about roots music from the heart of Louisiana. Armed with an accordion, an infectious smile, and a voice straight out of a sixties soul hit, Simien has been sharing his innovative approach to zydeco for more than 30 years. Singled out as an “alluring” performer by the Village Voice, he and his band have been in numerous commercials and films, made a memorable appearance in the classic film The Big Easy, and are regulars at the New Orleans Jazz Festival. Ever changing, their sound hearkens back to Creole traditions, and their deep harmonies plus infusions of funk, reggae, and blues evoke a global musical language. Getting you into the groove with authentic rhythm and blues is the legendary Candy Foster with his band Shades of Blue. He’s shared the stage with greats like Etta James, Koko Taylor, and Junior Wells, and Foster’s direct approach to classic songs and forceful vocals have ignited crowds for five decades. OUTSIDE at the Research Park is held just southwest of the State Farm Center on First Street in the Research Park. Parking is available in the lot south of the Caterpillar building at 1901 South First Street. FREE!!

 

July 19 through July 24 @ The Art Theater – Obvious Child. For aspiring comedian Donna Stern, everyday life as a female twenty-something provides ample material for her incredibly relatable brand of humor. On stage, Donna is unapologetically herself, joking about topics as intimate as her sex life and as crude as her day-old underwear. But when Donna gets dumped, loses her job, and finds herself pregnant just in time for Valentine’s Day, she has to navigate the murky waters of independent adulthood for the first time. As she grapples with an uncertain financial future, an unwanted pregnancy, and a surprising new suitor, Donna begins to discover that the most terrifying thing about adulthood isn’t facing it all on her own. It’s allowing herself to accept the support and love of others. And be truly vulnerable. Never failing to find the comedy and humanity in each awkward situation she encounters, Donna finds out along the way what it means to be as brave in life as she is on stage. Anchored by a breakout performance from Jenny Slate, OBVIOUS CHILD is a winning discovery, packed tight with raw, energetic comedy and moments of poignant human honesty. Writer/Director Gillian Robespierre handles the topic of Donna’s unwanted pregnancy with a refreshing matter-of-factness rarely seen onscreen.

 

Thursday | July 24 @ NOON @ Main Library, 1408 West Gregory Drive, Urbana – Knot Forgotten: Lunchtime Exhibit Tour The collection has been donated to the Rare Book & Manuscript Library by Gilbert Witte, long-time employee of the University Library. Named the Tennyson Library of Crochet for Witte’s great-grandmother Flora Emily Tennyson, the collection documents the history and practice of the craft through journals, patterns, samples, and manuals. The Tennyson Library of Crochet consists of over 7,000 items in all, ranging in date from 1843 to the present. Free tour for all!

 

 

11th Sister Singers Network National Women’s Choral Festival

Thursday, July 24, 2014, at 7pmFriday, July 25, 2014, at 3pm (Block A) and 7pm (Block B); Saturday, July 26, 2014, at 3pm (Block A) and 7pm (Block B) | Tryon Festival TheatreThe Sister Singers Network is a cooperative web of feminist choruses and ensembles, composers, arrangers, and individual singers working together to support and enrich the women’s choral movement. This festival promotes the mission of the group to nurture the spirit, energy, and diversity of the women’s choral movement. Performers: Charlottesville Women’s Choir | San Diego Women’s Chorus | Brattleboro Women’s Chorus | Grand Rapids Women’s Chorus. Hosted by Amasong: Champaign-Urbana’s Premier Lesbian/Feminist Chorus. TICKETS REQUIRED, COST INVOLVED! Tickets available @ Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.

Alix Dobkin / Shinin’ Thru’ / Love & Politics A 30 Year Saga / 1992 / Women’s Wax Works
Amanda Mabro / Wink at the Moon / Superwoman In the Making / 2006 / Xxi-21
Amy Lavere / Last Rock ‘n’ Roll Boy to Dance / Runaway’s Diary / 2014 / ARCHER Records
Andra Souchy / Shimmer and Glow / Little Heart / 2012 / Red House Records
Amanda Palmer / Astronaut / Who Killed Amanda Palmer / 2008 / Roadrunner
Connie Kaldor / Singer of the Sacred Heart / Out of the Blue / 1994 / Word of Mouth
Cosy Sheridan / A Study of Religious Art / The Horse King / 2011 / Waterbug
Dixie Chicks / Some Days You Gotta Dance / The Essential Dixie Chicks / 2002 / Columbia/Legacy
Disappear Fear / Princess and the Honey Bee / Broken Film / 2013 / disappear
Denise la Grassa / Yesterday’s Replay / April Dreams / 2009 / Delagee Records
Denise Brigham / In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning / Hotel Lafayette / 2009 / Denise Brigham, Inc.
Debra Cowan / Naked Rainbow / Fond Desire Farewell / 2008 / Falling Mountain
Deb Seitz / Soul of the Music / Another Promise / 2012 / self-released
Cynthia McQuillin / Magic Shoppe / Dark Moon Circle / 1987 / Unlikely Publications
Cyndi Lauper / She Bop / The Essential Cindy Lauper / 2003 / Epic
Anna Dagmar / Smile for Free / Let the Waves Come in Threes / 2009 / Self Published
Peggy Seeger / Miss Heroin / Everything Changes / 2013 / Signet Music
Peggy Seeger / You Don’t Know How Lucky You Are / Everything Changes / 2013 / Signet Music
Martina McBride / Do Right Woman, Do Right Man / Everlasting / 2014 / Vinyl/Kobalt
Joan Osborne / Not Too Well Acquainted / Love and Hate / 2014 / Womanly Hips Records & Entertainment One
Jetta / Start a Riot / Start a Riot (single) / 2014 / Polydor
Jane Fallon / Humming Lake / Tangled in a Tree / 2014 / Jane Fallon BMI
Janis Ian / Tea and Sympathy / Strictly Solo / 2014 / Rude Girl
Jackie Morris / Factory Farm / Can’t Fix Crazy / 2014 / Button Box Records
Jackie Morris / Things You Must Not Talk About / Can’t Fix Crazy / 2014 / Button Box Records
Beth Nielsen Chapman / Nothin’ I Can Do About It Now / Uncovered / 2014 / proper
SJ Tucker / Ask Me Anything / Wonders / 2013 / Skinny White Chick
SJ Tucker / For the Love of Those Who Gather / Blessings / 2008 / S. J. Tucker
Sister Sledge / We Are Family / Club Verboten / 1997 / DCC
Shemekia Copeland / Who Stole My Radio? / The Soul Truth / 2005 / Alligator Records
Seanan McGuire / Causes and Effects / Red Roses and Dead Things / 2009 / Seanan McGuire
Shawn Colvin / Polaroids / Live / 2009 / Nonesuch
Melissa Etheridge / Open Your Mind / The Awakening (Bonus Video Version) / 2007 / Island
Disappear Fear / Start / Broken Film / 2013 / disappear

Out & About on Campus and the CU Community:

 

The Red Herring features vegan and vegetarian food and a cozy environment. Saturdays from 5 to 8pm you can get a great “farm to table” vegetarian or vegan meal featuring the best picks from the morning Urbana Farmer’s Market! Bring a record (vinyl) album and they will you’re your favorite music from the 50’s, 60’s or 70’s! Reasonably priced, delicious, FUN! The Red Herring is located on campus at the corner of Mathews and Oregon Streets in Urbana (part of the Channing Murray Foundation) @ 1209 W. Oregon St., Urbana. There is usually plenty of street/meter parking available.

 

 

 

 

 

The Celebration Company @ The Station Theatre presents: Orphans by Lyle Kessler directed by Timothy O’Neal. JULY 3–19 (No show on July 4). All shows begin at 8pmOrphans by Lyle Kessler is directed by Timothy O’Neal and features Lincoln Machula (Harold) Maxwell Tomaszewski (Phillip) and Coy Benning Wentworth (Treat). Two orphaned brothers are living in a decrepit North Philadelphia row house. Treat, the eldest, supports his damaged younger sibling by petty thievery, and makes the house a virtual prison for the seemingly simple-minded Phillip. One night he kidnaps a rich older man, Harold, who turns out to have his own motives and becomes the father figure the boys have always yearned for. Tickets must be reserved/purchased. To make a reservation, please call (217) 384-4000 or reserve online. The Station Theatre is located at 223 N. Broadway, Urbana, with free parking directly across the street courtesy of Save-a-Lot.

 

 

Friday | July 18 @ 6:30pmOUTSIDE at the Research Park: Terrance Simien and the Zydeco Experience with opening act Candy Foster and Shades of Blue. Terrance Simien and the Zydeco Experience starts at 7:30pm; Green Fair starts at 6pm | UI Research Park (1816 South Oak Street, Champaign)

Grammy winner Terrance Simien and the Zydeco Experience may make you reconsider everything you thought you knew about roots music from the heart of Louisiana. Armed with an accordion, an infectious smile, and a voice straight out of a sixties soul hit, Simien has been sharing his innovative approach to zydeco for more than 30 years. Singled out as an “alluring” performer by the Village Voice, he and his band have been in numerous commercials and films, made a memorable appearance in the classic film The Big Easy, and are regulars at the New Orleans Jazz Festival. Ever changing, their sound hearkens back to Creole traditions, and their deep harmonies plus infusions of funk, reggae, and blues evoke a global musical language. Getting you into the groove with authentic rhythm and blues is the legendary Candy Foster with his band Shades of Blue. He’s shared the stage with greats like Etta James, Koko Taylor, and Junior Wells, and Foster’s direct approach to classic songs and forceful vocals have ignited crowds for five decades.OUTSIDE at the Research Park is held just southwest of the State Farm Center on First Street in the Research Park. Parking is available in the lot south of the Caterpillar building at 1901 South First Street. FREE!!

 

11th Sister Singers Network National Women’s Choral Festival

Thursday, July 24, 2014, at 7pmFriday, July 25, 2014, at 3pm (Block A) and 7pm (Block B); Saturday, July 26, 2014, at 3pm (Block A) and 7pm (Block B) | Tryon Festival Theatre.The Sister Singers Network is a cooperative web of feminist choruses and ensembles, composers, arrangers, and individual singers working together to support and enrich the women’s choral movement. This festival promotes the mission of the group to nurture the spirit, energy, and diversity of the women’s choral movement. Performers: Charlottesville Women’s Choir | San Diego Women’s Chorus | Brattleboro Women’s Chorus | Grand Rapids Women’s Chorus. Hosted by Amasong: Champaign-Urbana’s Premier Lesbian/Feminist Chorus. TICKETS REQUIRED, COST INVOLVED! Tickets available @ Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.

 

 

This Week’s Activities @ WRC

 

The Women’s Resources Center will be closed Friday—July 4!

Join the Women’s Resources Center for Summer II! All events open to students, staff/faculty and community members!

Monday | July 7 @ NOON @ Women’s Resources Center | Dish It Up: Gender Scholar Seminar Series presents “Victim or Survivor? Identities After Sexual Assault” featuring Emily Dworkin, PhD. Candidate, Department of Psychology. Our weekly summer “brown-bag” lunch series—bring your lunch, we’ll have refreshments and snacks—FREE!

Monday | July 7 @ 5:30pm @ Women’s Resources Center | Women on the Move: Belly Dance! Our weekly belly dance class includes everything you need and it’s FREE!! Dress comfortably in clothes that allow you to move. Designed for women-identified participants.

Thursday | July 10 @ 5:30pm @ Women’s Resources Center | Women on the Move: Yoga for Healing! This weekly yoga class includes mats and other necessary supplies and it’s all FREE!! Dress comfortably in clothes that allow you to move. Designed for women-identified participants.

Events This Week @ OIIR Cultural Centers/Units:

 TuesdayJuly 8 @ 12 pm @ Asian American Cultural Center—Summer Food for Thought Program | “Starting from the Bottom: My Cultural Awareness Experience” with by Alex Wen. Everyone WELCOME! Noodles by the cup and refreshments are available. FREE!

Black Alumni Reunion | UIC & UIUC Joint Event

Date:   Tuesday August 19, 2014

Time:   6:00pm – 8:00pm

Place:  Packing House | 1113 West Randolph Street Chicago, Illinois

*The Black Alumni Networks for the University of Illinois UIC and UIUC campuses invite you to our Summer Collaboration titled—Black Alumni Reunion! Join us on August 19th, 2014 at the Packing House in Chicago for a night of fun, laughter and fellowship! The event is FREE, but please RSVP @ http://blackalumnireunion14.eventbrite.com.

 

Jackie Morris / Can’t Fix Crazy / Can’t Fix Crazy / 2014 / Button Box Records
Rashidra Scott / One Fine Day / Beautiful: The Carole King Musical / 2014 / Ghostlight
Jesse Mueller / Will You Love Me Tomorrow? / Beautiful: The Carole King Musical / 2014 / Ghostlight
Bonnie Raitt / Sweet Forgiveness / Sweet Forgiveness / 1977 / Warner Bros.
Bonnie Koloc / Space in the Place Where You Live / With You On My Side / 1998 / Flying Fish
Brenda Kahn / Sleepwalking / Epiphany In Brooklyn / 1992 / Legacy Recordings
Belinda Carlisle / I Feel Free / Belinda Carlisle: Her Greatest Hits / 1992 / MCA
Beth Patterson / Quicksilver / Take Some Fire / 2002 / Little Blue Men Records
Bethel Steele / With Age / Of Love and Whiskey / 2012 / Bethel Steele Music
Bex Maxwell / Gone Fishin’ / The House of Mercy / 2012 / House of Mercy
Billie Holiday / It’s Like Reaching for the Moon / Lady Day: The Master Takes and Singles / 2007 / Columbia/Legacy
Carol Noonan / War That Can’t Be Won / Somebody’s Darling / 2004 / Carol Noonan
Carol Williams / Look What They Did To Our Country / Empty Boots: commentaries on war and country / 2008 / Self Published
Jessica Lea Mayfield / Blue Skies Again / Tell Me / 2011 / Nonesuch
Carol Williams / Mothers / Hey Joan: Commentaries on Her / 2010 / Little Beck Music
Carole King / Friday Tie-Dye Nightmare / Colour of Your Dreams / 1993 / Priority Records
Catie Curtis / Flying Dream / Flying Dream / 2014 / M:M Music
The Chenille Sisters / A Change Is Going to Come / Mama, I Wanna Make Rhythm / 1992 / Red House
Claudia Schmidt / God’s Gift to Women / Spinning / 2006 / Independent Records
Connie Evingson / When I’m 64 / Let It Be Jazz / 2003 / Minnehaha
Jenni Muldaur / I’d Rather Live Like a Hermit / Dearest Darlin’ / 2010 / Dandelion Music
Jennifer Berezan / Calling / Borderlines / 1993 / Edge of Wonder
Jessica Lea Mayfield / Sometimes at Night / Tell Me / 2011 / Nonesuch
Jill Sobule / Wedding Ring / Dottie’s Charms / 2014 / Pinko Records
Jane Fallon / That’s Enough for Me / Tangled in a Tree / 2014 / Jane Fallon BMI
The Henry Girls / Maybe / Louder Than Words / 2014 / Beste Underhaltung
Dolly Parton / If I Had Wings / Blue Smoke / 2014 / Sony Masterworks
Bronwynne Brent / Bulletproof / Stardust / 2014 / Bronwynne Brent
Jessica Lea Mayfield / Sometimes at Night / Tell Me / 2011 / Nonesuch
Amy Lavere / Where I Lead Me / Runaway’s Diary / 2014 / ARCHER Records
Sara Jean Kelley / Free / The Waiting Place / 2013 / Blue Jean
Rebecca Pronsky / Cold Hard Cash / Only Daughter / 2013 / Nine Mile Records
Peggy Seeger / When Fairy Stories End / Everything Changes / 2013 / Signet Music
Peggy Seeger / Everything Changes / Everything Changes / 2013 / Signet Music
Audrey Auld / Tree / Come Find Me / 2011 / Reckless
Au Revior Simone / The Way to There / The Bird of Music / 2007 / Our Secret Record Label

Program Title: WINGS #10-14 Global Feminism
Description: In a wide-ranging interview, Dr. Enloe talks about some of the longterm strategies of feminists around the world and how others should learn from them.
Host(s): Jana Juniper Gee
Featured Speakers/Guests: Dr. Cynthia Enloe, Research Professor at Clark University, in the Departments of International Development, Community, and Environment; Women’s and Gender Studies; and Political Science. Among Professor Enloe’s thirteen books are Bananas, Beaches and Bases: Making Feminist Sense of International Politics (2000), Maneuvers: The International Politics of Militarizing Women’s Lives (2004), The Curious Feminist: Searching for Women in The New Age of Empire (2004) and Globalization and Militarism: Feminists Make the Link (2007). In 2010, she published Nimo’s War, Emma’s War: Making Feminist Sense of the Iraq War. Her newest book (co-authored with feminist geographer Joni Seager) is: The Real State of America: Mapping the Myths and Truths about the United States (2011).

Credits: Produced by Jana Juniper Gee. WINGS series producer, Frieda Werden

 

Talis Kimberley / XLibris / Pandora Celtica / 2013 / Pandora Celtica
Celia / Everyday Goddess / Pandora Celtica (v/a) / 2013 / Pandora Celtica
Linda Ronstadt & Ann Savoy / Walk Away Renee / Adieu False Heart / 2006 / Vanguard
Blondie / In the Sun / Blondie / 1976 / Chrysalis
Sara Bareilles / I Wanna Be Like Me / The Blessed Unrest / 2013 / Epic
Anne Hills / My Daughter and Vincent Van Gogh / Points of View / 2009 / Appleseed Records
Sister Speak / Mountain Song / Rise Up for Love / 2014 / Sister Speak
Diamanda Galas / Gloomy Sunday / Malediction and Prayer / 1988 / Mute Records
Marian Anderson / Tracy’s Tune (Instrumental) / Nightlight Daylight / 2014 / Heartstrings Attached Music
Carla Hassett / Love Is Everything / Quero Saber / 2006 / CD Baby
Bat for Lashes / Travelling Woman / two suns / 2009 / Astralwerks
Martina McBride / Come See About Me / Everlasting / 2014 / Vinyl/Kobalt
Kathy Kallick / Cut to the Chase / Cut to the Chase / 2014 / Live Oak Records
Joan Osborne / Up All Night / Love and Hate / 2014 / Womanly Hips Records & Entertainment One
Heather Bishop / Did Jesus Have a Baby Sister / Old New Borrowed Blue / 1994 / Mother of Pearl
Janis Ian / From Me to You / Strictly Solo / 2014 / Rude Girl
Barbara Kooyman / Welcometo the Human Race / Undercover; The Songs Of Timbuk 3 / 2005 / Sparrows Wheel
Glee Cast / I Am Changing / Glee the Music: Celebrating 100 Shows / 2014 / 20th Century Fox
Carrie Newcomer / The Work of Out Hands / A Permeable Life / 2014 / Available Light Records
Rebecca Pronsky / Better That Way / Only Daughter / 2013 / Nine Mile Records
Betty Soo / Revival / Little Tiny Secrets / 2007 / Sweet Papaya Music
Caitlin Mahoney / Wrong / West for a While / 2013 / Warehouse 507
Connie Kaldor / That’s What Mother’s Do / Sky With Nothing to Get In the Way / 2005 / Word of Mouth Music
Rene Marie / Thanks, But I Don’t Dance / Black Lace Freudian Slip / 2011 / Motéma
Rene Marie / Serenity Prayer / Black Lace Freudian Slip / 2011 / Motéma
Victoria Williams / Crazy Mary (Live) / Women Live From Mountain Stage / 1996 / Blue Plate Records
Anne Weiss / Come On In My Kitchen (Robert Johnson) / Anne Weiss 08 Concrete World and The Lover’s Dream (Demo) / 2008 / Potter Street Records
Anni Piper / Amazon / Chasin’ Tail / 2010 / Blues Leaf Records
Annie Gallup / 3rd Person / Half of My Crime / 2006 / Waterbug
Annie Humphrey / Nightmares and the American Dream / Edge of America / 2003 / Makoche
Annie Wenz / Play Ball / Ride The Sky / 2010 / Island Gypsy
Annie Wenz (featuring Barbara Kessler & Pat Wictor) / Lonely Road Dog Meets Wandering / Ride the Sky / 2010 / Island Gypsy
Antje Duvekot / The Bridge / The Near Demise of the Highwire Dancer / 2009 / Black Wolf Records
Audrey Auld / Petals (for Jon Dee) / Come Find Me / 2011 / Reckless
Audrey Auld Mezera / The Butterfly Effect / Music With the Dirt Left On / 2008 / Reckless Records
The Bangles / Lay Yourself Down / Sweetheart of the Sun / 2011 / Model Music Group
Tracy Chapman / For My Lover / Tracy Chapman / 1988 / Elektra/WEA

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