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Natalie Merchant

32:21 minutes Natalie Merchant

The longtime frontwoman of 10,000 Maniacs (who left the band and released her first solo album in 1995) is back with an ambitious new double CD, Lose Your Sleep, which features 19th and 20th century poems, inspired by children and set to music. She explains this massive project, plays three songs from it, and throws in one from her archives to wrap up the session.

SONGS: Nursery Rhyme of Innocence & Experience, Adventures of Isabel, If No One Ever Marries Me, Motherland

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