They Think We Don't Know

from by The Weal and Woe

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    The 7-song EP comes on CD in a high-quality digipak. Art and design by Florence Gidez.
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  • Record/Vinyl

    Recorded in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, mastered for vinyl in Greenpoint, pressed in Bay Ridge, with artwork by Williamsburg-based Florence Gidez - this 12" was made heavy on local labor. With sleeves offset printed, brilliantly, by Stumptown Printers on 100% recycled paperboard.
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    edition of 250 

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    Our fantastic tee, designed (once again) by Florence Gidez, printed on super-soft 100% cotton Alternative Apparel shirts.
    Men's sizes S-M-L-XL fit true to typical size.
    Women's sizes S-M-L-XL run pretty small, so order up a size!

    Includes unlimited streaming of The One To Blame via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Written in the classic tradition of response songs, this song imagines the story from the perspective of the other couple in "Let's Invite Them Over," the great duet recorded by George Jones and Melba Montgomery (and written by Onie Wheeler).


from The One To Blame, track released January 14, 2012
Vocals, bass - Barbara Ann
Vocals, guitar - Russell Scholl
Fiddle - Jason Cade
Lap steel - Mark "MadDog" Deffenbaugh
Percussion - Stefan Amidon

Produced by Rench
Written by Barbara Ann Endes



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The Weal and Woe New York, New York

The Weal and Woe make original country music. We also cover songs by favorite country, western swing, and gospel-bluegrass performers. Featuring Mark Deffenbaugh on lap steel, with close harmony duets by Brother Russell Scholl and songwriter Barbara Ann. Our seven-song EP called The One To Blame made New York Music Daily blog's Top 50 albums of 2012 ... more

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