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Empty Swings (2009) - $10.00

Layered aromas of love and madness are followed by flavors of sin, bliss and addiction filling the whole palate with haunting, surrealistic poetry and jazz fusion.

All proceeds from the sales of Empty Swings will be donated to Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, a unique foundation that evolved from a young cancer patient's front yard lemonade stand to a nationwide fund-raising movement to find a cure for childhood cancer. Since Alexandra "Alex" Scott (1996-2004) set up her front yard stand at the age of four, more than $18 million has been raised towards fulfilling her dream of finding a cure for all children with cancer.
Jeff Callahan: Empty Swings

Empty Swings Downloads

Download your favorite songs from Empty Swings or the entire CD at either of these great websites:
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Woebegone (2004) - $8.00

"I'm very surprised that this is a private pressing as the music could easily be issued on any major folk interested label . . . a good sound, positive atmosphere and strong compositions. Often the music has a light Celtic sound with a bit of Americana thrown in, but mostly it's straight and honest rock songs with a good traditional touch. If you like an easy to listen to, friendly CD with a good mixture of folk and rock with some sideways to other styles, then this might be exactly what you are looking for."
~ Eelco Schilder, Folk World CD Reviews
Jeff Callahan: Woebegone

Woebegone Downloads

Download your favorite songs from Woebegone or the entire CD at either of these great websites:
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Havens, Haunts and Hollows (2000) - $6.00

"Jeff Callahan's debut CD will have you searching the liner notes for source material, since most of the songs sound like Appalachian folk tunes resurrected off old Folkways records. They're not. Callahan has merely tapped into that emotionally raw sound that's the hallmark of America's most rooted of roots music. His songs have a spare touch, a thoughtful lyric quality, and that dark gothic edge that's found in classic American folk music." ~ Wayne Thorpe, The Star-Gazette
Jeff Callahan: Havens, Haunts and Hollows