26 March 2005

  Armstrong, Frankie

"If you can talk you can sing" . Inspirational folk interpreter, songwriter and ballad singer with her absolutely individual voice. Frankie is well known for her work helping many people to find their own voice and has been a lifelong activist as a political folk musician. She is the founder of the Natural Voice Practitioner Network, see news section and links. Her book "Well-tuned Women" can be found in the Resources section.


Lovely on the Water

70s recordings back in print.
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2000          £12  

The Garden of Love
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1999          £12  

The Fair Moon Rejoices (with Joan Mills and Biddy Wells)

Original arrangements by the singers.
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1997          £12  

Bird in the Bush (with Anne Briggs)

A seductive garland of songs of desire and fulfilment, of erotic possession and obsession, in direct and uncoy performances.
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1996          £12  

Till the Grass o'ergrew the Corn

Traditional ballads.

Special Offer: 8 reduced from 12
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1996          £8  

Ways of Seeing

Traditional and contemporary. Key album for Frankie's own writing and thinking about voice, women and politics
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1996          £12  

I heard a Woman Singing
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          £14  



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