Solstice Carole

"Solstice Carole" was written by Kim Baryluk, and released on The Wyrd Sisters now discontinued cassette "Leave A Little Light" in 1993.


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The Wyrd Sisters are a Canadian group originally formed in 1990 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, by Kim Baryluk, Nancy Reinhold, and Kim Segal. The Wyrd Sisters have released six independent recordings to both fan and critical acclaim. The band has evolved throughout its history, always centered on Kim Baryluk as main vocalist, and backed on stage and in recordings by additional singers and instrumentalists. Three of the Wyrd Sisters' recordings have been nominated for Juno Awards (Canada's national music awards) in the Best Roots & Traditional Album - Group category: Inside The Dreaming (1996), Raw Voice (1998) and Sin & Other Salvations (2002). Sin & Other Salvations won a Prairie Music Award (forerunner of the Western Canadian Music Awards) for best album, Roots and Traditional. Many of their songs have been recorded and covered by other performers. They have several videos and have scored music for movies

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