Album Review

Baird Sisters, The – “At Home January 25 & 26, 2003 ” – [Laura and Meg Baird]

ArtCrimes   7/21/2008   CD, Country

You know Meg Baird from her solo release last year, and her work with Espers. But the Baird Sisters have been performing off and on for as long as Espers, probably even longer, and they are still gigging now and then. Meg & Laura Bairds’ home-made release is a casual session recorded by Dad. Despite the humble production, the sound is nice and clear as they run through a program of traditional favorites and a few of Laura’s originals. Although traditional songs are always welcomed by this reviewer, these performances don’t all capture the darker side of the story (and there always seems to be a darker side), with “Willie Moore” sounding so cheerful despite its tragic tale. But since the Bairds sing with that wonderful blend one finds with siblings, the result is undeniably a lovely thing. They accompany themselves on guitar, banjo, and cello.

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