|Mama Wanted To Be A Rainbow Dancer|
Linda's first recording, exploring women's history, struggles and celebrations. Contains "Circle Me Sisters", "Here's To The Women!", and "Wouldn't It Be Nice" (if the next Jesus Christ came down as a woman?).
Guest appearances by Linda Waterfall, Julian Smedley, and many others.
This recording is out of print.
Here's To The Women! - a salute to women's efforts and celebration of women's history - unifying and strong
Mama Wanted To Be a Rainbow Dancer - a beautiful song that honors our mothers' dreams
The Way of Men - insightful, thought-provoking look into battering from the battered woman's position
The Ballad of Lizzie Williams - a true story of the life of an imprisoned black woman
I Like Small Men - a catchy and rhythmic salute to small men
Circle Me Sisters - an unforgettable anthem for healing and sisterhood
On Hunger - a frank look at the complexities and ironic politics behind the tragedy of hunger in a bountiful world
Wouldn't It Be Nice - if the next Jesus Christ came down as a woman?
Jennifer's Lullaby - relaxing comfort for moms and kids at the end of an energetic day
Ballad of A Welfare Mother - a poem by Pesha Gertler sung acapella, a compelling and insightful look into the misunderstood realities of the welfare mom.
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