Josephine Foster

Galeria Zé dos Bois


From her teenage years singing at funerals and weddings to the sober edition of the song cycle that is the double album ‘Faith Fairy Harmony’ at the end of last year, Foster lives in a state of blessed anachronism, always pressing in her space-time displacement from the mundane, devoted to an ancestral truth in the songs, that listens to and rewrites her oral and written tradition, from Tin Pan Alley, the Native American pulsar, from Buffy St. Marie and Vashti Bunyan – who also reappeared luminous in ‘Golden Apples of the Sun’ -, the Incredible String Band, the Appalachians and the 19th century Germanic scholarly songbook.

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