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Rotary Phone
  • Artist: Zo Lewis
  • UPC: 821681076128
  • Item #: 154290X
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 6/7/2011
  • Rank: 339161
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Price: $22.13
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Rotary Phone on CD

Welcome to Rotary Phone. Ten new songs featuring some amazing players including Natalia Zukerman, Erin McKeown, Roxanne Layton, Julie and Kate Wolf to name a few. A jazzy, folky collection full of pianos, ukuleles, fiddles, bass saxophones and other marvelous sounds. Grooves from around the world take us to France one minute and then on to Brazil and even India. A joyous celebration of the simpler things in life! 'Music like a map!' TIME OUT, NY 'A masterful combination of song, performance and artistry with a contagiously positive attitude and free spirit. Probably one of the most the most charismtic performances I've ever seen.' -BAY GUARDIAN, San Francisco, CA Originally from the UK Zoë now calls Cape Cod her home. She's toured all over the world picking up musical grooves and stories, performs at folk and jazz festivals in the U.S. and Canada and has 5 albums under her belt. Her song SMALL IS TREMENDOUS has received much commercial success and can be heard on ads for MINI PRINGLES and TJ MAAX in the U.S. and U.K. Another of her songs SHEEP was part of a PUTUMAYO compilation and became #1 in the children's satellite radio charts. The "Small is Tremendous" album was signed in 2006 to WILDFLOWER RECORDS owned by folk legend JUDY COLLINS. Zoë has toured with MS. COLLINS as well as RICHIE HAVENS and NANCI GRIFFITHS. She has also written soundtracks for films and has penned a musical entitled SNAIL ROAD! Her songs are now being performed on Broadway! 'She stormed the main stage playing everything from swinging folk and latin jazz to acoustic funk and sprightly celtic flavoured tunes. Her boundless energy was hard to ignore.' OTTAWA XPRESS, Canada 'An amazing modern day Noel Coward.' -Rich Warren, WFTM, Chicago, IL.