Swimming to the Other Side - Pat Humphries

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Pat Humphries

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Pat Humphries is half of Emma's Revolution, a powerful, moving and fun collaboration aimed at making our world better. Inspired by all sorts of music, including hymns, gospel, folk and more, Pat has produced musical gems featured on "All Things Considered" and "Democracy Now". Here she shares the music that led her where she is, including a song by one of her mentors and inspirations, Pete Seeger

Songs in this program

Solo le Pido a Dios   Mercedes Sosa & Leon Gieco
Pretty Bird   Hazel Dickens
Up Above My Head I Hear Music In the Air   Sister Rosetta Tharp
Where Have All the Flowers Gone?   Pete Seeger
Swimming To The Other Side   Emma's Revolution

 

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6/26/2011
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Loved it.

Loved it.

Great interview! You really

Great interview! You really covered so many things left out in many interviews and captured a side of Pat that isn't highlighted enough. Thoroughly enjoyed listening to it!

Enjoyed the interview! Great

Enjoyed the interview! Great to find out some of where Pat has come from and what has influenced her.

Found you through FaceBook

Found you through FaceBook and totally enjoyed this program. Will be bookmarking for future programs. Thank you

I just heard Pat and Sandy O

I just heard Pat and Sandy O live at the UUA's GA in Charlotte, NC last week! So awesome!

Awesome.

Awesome.

Love Pat's message, her

Love Pat's message, her courage and the way she speaks of her journey...

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