CD with 32-page booklet, 22 tracks. Playing time approx. 78 mns.
Songwriter Lesley Schatz collected a lot of material for these 1989-92 recordings while traveling in Europe, where she seems to have been especially moved by her experiences in Byelorussia.
Take A Stand (For The Children) concerns the effect of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, while songs like Foothills Lullabye reflect the life of a lady folk singer. Schatz wrote or co-wrote most of
these 22 songs, recorded in Canada, Nashville and Norway with a variety of country-rock and folk-style accompanists.
|Walls, Hearts & Heroes 1|
|1:||Walls And Borders|
|2:||Gotta Go (Bremen Train)|
|5:||Back To Your Arms|
|6:||Girl Gone Wild|
|7:||Old Old Doll|
|8:||Take A Stand (For The Children)|
|9:||I Can Hear Ya Callin'|
|11:||My Heart Stands (At Your Door)|
|13:||Wastin' The Moon|
|14:||Merlin And The Cowboy|
|15:||I Can Dance (Like Arthur Murray)|
|16:||New Crescent Moon|
|17:||Once A Dream|
|18:||Way Of Walkin'|
|21:||Christmas In The Cabin|
|22:||Un Canadien Errant|