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"Despite its weighty words, listening to Rise is an effortless pleasure. This record is a beauty." –Andy Frank, Roots Music Canada

Annabelle’s distinct musical imagination is in evidence on her latest release, Rise, nominated for a Juno and a Canadian Folk Music Award, for she has managed to take a decades-old art form, the protest song, and completely reimagine it for a new era of activism.

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released 20 September 2012

AnnAbEllE ChvostEk EnsEmblE
Annabelle Chvostek
vocals, guitar, mandolin, violin, accordion, percussion, tuba, casseroles
Jérémie Jones – bass
Tony Spina – drums
featuring
David Celia – electric and acoustic guitars, voice
Don Kerr – tenor guitar, cello, parade drum, toms, cymbols, casseroles, voice
Debashis Sinha – percussion
special guests
Roma Baran – weissenborn, electric guitar
Bruce Cockburn – voice, electric guitar
Oh Susanna – voice
Jordi Rosen – voice
Fernando Rosa – bandoneón
Dina Cindric – voice, clarinet
Vivian Stoll – tambourine
a people’s chorus
Amy Campbell, Milan Chvostek, Dina Cindric, Alex Espinoza,
Ximena Griscti, Amahla Johnson, Amy Katz, Jenny Katz,
Micheal-Owen Liston, Rosemary Phelan, Jordi Rosen, Isobel Warren

Produced by Don Kerr donkerr.ca
Co-produced by Annabelle Chvostek
Mixed by Roma Baran & Vivian Stoll baranstoll.com
Mastered by
Harris Newman, Grey Market Mastering, Montréal
Recorded at:
Rooster Studios, Toronto
MQGV Studios, Toronto and Montréal
Two Tomatoes Studio, New York City
Bandoneón recorded by Leonardo Croatto at Sonus Studio,
Montevideo, Uruguay
Graphic design by Glenn Gear ggear@sympatico.ca
photo credits tba!
All songs ℗&© Annabelle Chvostek 2012 (SOCAN)
except Equal Rights written by Peter Tosh/Irving Music Inc.
Some Kinda Love written by Lou Reed/
Oakfield Avenue Music LTD
End Of The Road has lyrical contributions from
The Kitchen Jam Committee
(Ximena Griscti, Amy Katz and Jenny Katz)
Bruce Cockburn appears courtesy of True North records

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Annabelle Chvostek Toronto, Ontario

Annabelle Chvostek is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose musical achievements range from folk to electronica to indie-pop. She's composed music for dance and film, was in the band 'The Wailin' Jennys' and co-wrote songs with Bruce Cockburn. Her 2008 album 'Resilience' was nominated for a Canadian Folk Award and her latest album 'Rise' has been nominated for a 2013 Juno award. ... more

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