The Baird Sisters
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Type of music generally:
Most recent release, Until You Find Your Green (limited vinyl release, 2012)
Own and covers
The Baird sisters sing stripped-down Appalachian-flavoured folk of their own composition and versions of traditional songs. (Neile)
Recommended first album:
The Baird Sisters at Home is the only one we've heard
The Baird Sisters at Home (2003)
See Meg Baird's site
Recommended for fans of Meg Baird and/or stripped-down falk
Meg Baird, Laura Baird
This album is half songs by Laura Baird, and half covers of traditional songs, but has a very consistent feel. It's a home recording by their father over two days in January 2003. Laura Baird's compositions hold up to the traditional material (actually, I was quite impressed), and the vocals are low-key but gorgeous. If you like stripped-down folk at all, you are likely to love this. (Neile)
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