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recorded on June 25, 2014

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This week 2 lucky WUMB Members will win a copy of the CD "Trouble and Love" by Mary Gauthier!

The winners will be announced on the morning of Friday July 25.
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"Who likes to think about their pain?" Mary Gauthier observed in "Sideshow," a rollicking standout from her 2010 autobiographical outpouring The Foundling. Her newest release, Trouble and Love, is all about looking pain straight in the eye.

Aided by some of Nashville's finest, including guitarist Guthrie Trapp, bassist Viktor Krauss, drummer Lynn Williams, and a pitch-perfect crew of harmony vocalists including Beth Nielsen Chapman, The McCrary Sisters, Darrell Scott, and Ashley Cleveland, Gauthier cycles through the hurt and regret to a place where she can move forward. Near the center is "Worthy," where Gauthier finds the beginning of the path back up. "'Worthy,' what a thing to claim!" she sings, her voice revealing that she's had to work hard at believing it herself - and that's the kind of experience you keep for life.

Trouble and Love
Track List
1. When a Woman Goes Cold
2. False from True
3. Trouble and Love
4. Oh Soul
5. Worthy
6. Walking Each Other Home
7. How You Learn to Live Alone
8. Another Train

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