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Attainable Love

Indie Music album by Christine Lavin

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A lovely, lovely combination with something really different

  • Jun 16, 1998
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This is a great CD. When living near the American Naval Base in Exmouth, Western Australia many years ago, my husband heard "The Shopping Cart of Love" and this led me to track down the album (no mean feat in remote Australia, I can tell you). It is an absolutely delightful funny and clever song of a woman who has just been abandoned by her fiance, and finds love in the supermarket in the midst of her despair. I have since listened to it many times, and the pleasure of it never fades. The rest of the album is also wonderful, with some of the ballads haunting and beautiful. If you want something a little different, and you want a track you will always remeber and enjoy, this is for you.

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Genre:Folk Music
Media Format:Compact Disk
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Release Date:25-JUN-1990
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Label: Philo , Rounder
Artist: Christine Lavin
Genre: Indie Music
Release Date: March 14, 1990
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