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What a freakin’ great album! Who but Carolyn could write penetratingly from the shadows and loss of our society’s tragic and wayward individualism, and yet leave the listener with a good hope? Carolyn is a master of her craft, she keeps getting better and we are the better for it. – Steve Bell, recording artist

10 Arends’ originals, plus covers of Mark Heard’s “To See Your Face” and Pierce Pettis’ “I’ve Got a Hope” Layton Howerton, Sheree Plett, and Gayle Salmond contribute guest vocals Carolyn calls this her “grumpy” album, but it’s still shot through with hope. Juno-nominated. Produced by Carolyn Arends and Roy Salmond.

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Pollyanna's Attic (Digital)

Carolyn Arends

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Just Pretending 3:35

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Something To Give 3:21

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What In the World 4:06

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The Wasteland 4:39

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Land Of The Living (Psalms27 13) 4:18

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To See Your Face 2:40

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Everybody Wants Everything 3:22

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More Is Less 4:11

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Free 4:23

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No Trespassing 3:18

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Not Alone 4:34

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I've Got A Hope 4:44

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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

What a freakin’ great album! Who but Carolyn could write penetratingly from the shadows and loss of our society’s tragic and wayward individualism, and yet leave the listener with a good hope? Carolyn is a master of her craft, she keeps getting better and we are the better for it. – Steve Bell, recording artist

10 Arends’ originals, plus covers of Mark Heard’s “To See Your Face” and Pierce Pettis’ “I’ve Got a Hope” Layton Howerton, Sheree Plett, and Gayle Salmond contribute guest vocals Carolyn calls this her “grumpy” album, but it’s still shot through with hope. Juno-nominated. Produced by Carolyn Arends and Roy Salmond.

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