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Joanna Newsom has found a niche for herself and her harp in the world of folk-pop

By Sean Glennon
Globe Correspondent / June 18, 2004

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Joanna Newsom's speaking voice shouldn't take one by surprise. But it does. The San Francisco-based singer-songwriter speaks the way she sings, in a voice that is small and innocent -- childlike, though certainly not immature. Her manner of speech is warm, friendly, inviting. It's all a bit of a shock, if only because in listening to Newsom's third CD (her ... (Full Article: 816 Words)

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