Category: Classic Rock

Virginia Woolf - Indigo Girls - Rites Of Passage (CD, Album)

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  1. Indigo Girls The Indigo Girls are an American folk rock music duo consisting of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers. They met in elementary school and began performing together as high school students in Decatur, Georgia, part of the Atlanta metropolitan area.
  2. Virginia Woolf Lyrics: Some will strut and some will fret / See this an hour on this stage / Others will not but they'll sweat / In their hopelessness in their rage / We're all the same / The men of.
  3. Rites of Passage is really about spirit, life, etc. etc. etc. like little candles, like a rest you didn't realize you needed. If you're going for the Indigo Girls, this is the album you should reach for first.
  4. Editors’ Notes With producer Peter Collins employing a slew of studio professionals from bassist extraordinaire Sara Lee and drummer Jerry Marotta to guests Jackson Browne, David Crosby, Lisa Germano, and the Roches, Rites of Passage is not surprisingly a much more accomplished sounding recording than previous Indigo Girls releases. The duo hang onto their identity as grassroots .
  5. Lyrics to 'Virginia Woolf' by Indigo Girls. Some will strut and some will fret See this an hour on this stage Others will not but they'll sweat In their hopelessness in their rage We're all the same.
  6. "Passage" is one of the Indigo Girls most popular albums with the band's fans, and is indeed one of their strongest releases. The girls had burst out of the Athens music scene (which also spawned R.E.M.) with their previous album, and were ready to reach even bigger heights with this one/5(79).
  7. General Commentwell, this song is about how Virginia Woolf inspired Emily Saliers (the songwriter) and, ironically, now Emily has inspired us (well, I, for one, am inspired this song has touched me more deeply than anything else I've listened to in the last couple of years) this song is both deeply emotional and deeply philosophical a lot of the song speaks directly about Virginia's life.
  8. Virginia Woolf (by the Indigo Girls) Words and music by Emily Saliers From the Indigo Girls album Rites of Passage () Some will strut and some will fret, see this an hour on the stage Others will not but they'll sweat in their hopelessness, in their rage. We're .

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