Label: New Door Records - B0003669-02 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk, Country Rock, Folk Rock
· · Nanci Griffith (born Nanci Caroline Griffith in Seguin, TX, on 6 July ; died 13 August ) was an American singer, guitarist, and songwriter who was raised in Austin, TX, and later resided in Nashville, TN. Her career spanned a variety of musical genres, predominantly country and folk, and what she terms " folkabilly.".
While the material draws on a variety of influences, Hearts in Mind wraps its thoughts around two themes: Exploring the hopeful beauty of the romantic heart, and honoring soldiers and civilians lost in the wreckage of war ("Heart Of Indochine"; "Old Hanoi"; "Big Blue Ball of War"; and the exquisitely sad, Julie Gold-penned "Mountain of Sorrow," inspired by the events of 9/11). Throughout, Griffith /5(49).
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· Hearts in Mind. A trip to Southeast Asia and the U.S. invasion of Iraq seem to have inspired much of Nanci Griffith 's 12th studio album of new, original material, Hearts in Mind. "I don't want your wars to take my children," Griffith sings in the country-folk opener, "A Simple Life," and at the album's end, in "Big Blue Ball of War," she provides a historical primer of world conflicts that .
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