The Red Thread

The Red Thread represents a turning point for Lucy as a writer and a recording artist in its depth and range of material. From the rootsy simplicity/minimalism of "Cowboy Singer" and "Brooklyn Train", to the sonic complexity of pop-rockers "Love Song New York" and "Line in the Sand" it will be apparent to all that Lucy has created a compelling and evocative album. The songs are informed by several significant events in their lives, most notably the adoption of her daughter, Molly, from China, as well as their close proximity to Ground Zero in New York City and having witnessed much of the tragedy of 9/11 first-hand. As Lucy writes in the album liner notes, there is an ancient belief in China that when a child is born, an invisible red thread reaches out from the child's spirit to all of the important people who will be a part of the child's life.

The Red Thread

Lucy Kaplansky

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Track Listing

I Had Something
Line In The Sand
Love Song-New York
This Is Home
Off And Running
Land Of The Living
Cowboy Singer
Hole In My Head
The Red Thread
Brooklyn Train