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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.

It feels good to tell the truth, even when it is hard, and it feels good to hear it too, especially when it is couched in great songs by an amazing songwriter like Carolyn. In her own words, she says this album is 'darker', but I hear hope more than anything, and the light that comes with telling the truth. - Sara Groves, recording artist

Pollyanna's Attic (Digital)

Carolyn Arends

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Just Pretending
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Something To Give
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What In the World
4:06
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The Wasteland
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Land Of The Living (Psalms27 13)
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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
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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.

It feels good to tell the truth, even when it is hard, and it feels good to hear it too, especially when it is couched in great songs by an amazing songwriter like Carolyn. In her own words, she says this album is 'darker', but I hear hope more than anything, and the light that comes with telling the truth. - Sara Groves, recording artist