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singing the news
This marvelous new CD includes songs of hope, courage, whimsy, history, love and death. Linda is accompanied by a host of musicians, and celebrates fifty years as a working musician.
(Available currently only as a CD)
Into the promise of morning
This new CD features 15 additional songs, chants and instrumentals for those who may be seriously ill, lonely, or in need of the comfort of music.
(Available currently only as a CD)
carry us through the night
© Copyright - Linda Allen / October Rose Productions (680508101821)
Twenty-eight original songs and chants featuring Linda and a host of musical friends. A beautifully illustrated accompanying songbook is available (see below).
For the accompanying songbook, Carry Us Through This Night Song Book, click below:
Here’s to the women
© Copyright - Linda Allen / Linda Allen (680508101722)
Twenty songs commemorating women's journey to justice, with an emphasis on the battle for the vote. Songs of weavers and quilters, suffragists and farmers, labor leaders and politicians, Rosie the Riveters and domestic workers.
where i stand
© Copyright - Linda Allen / October Rose Productions (680508101524)
Songwriter, rooted in folk tradition, sings songs of struggle and hope.
Cover art by Helga Schleeh
The long way home
© Copyright - October Rose Productions / October Rose Productions (680508101227)
Her 6th recording continues her tradition of songs that inform and transform...rich vocals with exquisite harmonies provided by her daughters, Jen and Kristin Allen-Zito.
lay it down
© Copyright - October Rose Productions / October Rose Productions (712657070625)
"A beautiful and lively expression of women's lost voices---the voices of women's spiritual journeys, longings and lost history" --Betsy Rose
"Linda's songs rise out of the ground of ordinary life and give voice to our deepest longings... and questions. Linda as an artist to my knowledge has never taken herself with undue seriousness, nor has she ever flinched from putting herself on the line: this combination of courage, humility and eloquence is the mark of the great preachers as well as the great songwriters". — Bob Franke: Folk Almanac
© Copyright - Linda Allen / October Rose Productions (680508100428)
"Linda sings with extraordinary grace and compassion of common lives radiant with strength, courage and love--her exquisite voice reaches straight to the heart." Fred Small
"....a wealth of sensitive lyrics, combined with a clear, resounding sculptured harmony reveals simple and grand heroic women.. a soft, mellow, but generous work of art." - Seattle NOW Newsletter
© Copyright - Flying Fish / Flying Fish (680508101326)
Story songs celebrating the lives and work of women, past and present.
"The songs are direct - vocals backed by polished instrument work. They're songs with a message and they're meant to be sung as much as listened to." - The Fishwrapper
mana wanted to be a rainbow dancer
© Copyright - Linda Allen / October Rose Productions (680508101425)
Released in 1982, this is the first of Linda's ten recordings, exploring women's history, struggles and celebrations. Contains "Circle Me Sisters", "Here's To The Women!", and "Wouldn't It Be Nice". Produced by Julian Smedley.
"Her music has strikingly uncomplicated arrangements while the lyrics deeply touch the lives of many women from diverse backgrounds. Her art clearly reflects the heart and soul of women struggling for justice and equality." - Newsletter
© Copyright - Linda Allen / Victory Music (680508100824)
Nineteen songs of the Northwest written by Linda Allen during Washington's Centennial year, creating a rich tapestry of Washington's people: suffragists and miners, basket-weavers and quiltmakers, interned Japanese-Americans and a visionary Native prophet
"As much a scholar as a musical wonder... stories, strange and moving tales of labor battles and Indian troubles and legislative injustices... history transformed into a series of beautiful ballads so lovingly rendered by her and her colleagues at Victory Music that they defy description." - Jim Kelton - Everett Herald