When I Left Loss

When I Left Loss

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“Spoken word pieces lend a riveting, personal touch and at times cut so deep the hair on the listener’s skin goes on end.”  (Josh Shear, Chicopee Herald)

“Folk fans should take note, as well as those that like classical music, and Tori Amos.”           Tampa Tribune

When I Left Loss is a personal and intimate debut, sung with a diamond voice, with lyrics meant to be “actively listened to, paid attention to..an excellent choice for people who like acoustic singer-songwriters.”  Rebecca Swain, Folk Tales

When I Left Loss (1999)  Produced by Doug Hammer.  Laura Siersema vocals/keyboards.  Prose poems, original songs and arrangements of folk songs.  Mastered by Bob Ludwig.

Rehearsal of “Eileen” years later with Wim Auer, fretless bass, and Billy Klock, drums.  I love these guys.

Checks/Money Orders for $15.00 USD per CD (includes domestic shipping) can be sent to:
Vault of the Valley Music
27 Abbott Street
Greenfield, MA 01301

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THE TAMPA TRIBUNE  Laura Siersema, When I Left Loss  (November 5, 1999, Suzie Siegel)


THE TIMES HERALD-RECORD  FEATURE  Laura Siersema’s “Loss” is our gain  (April 20, 2001, Sandy Tomcho)

MISH MASH INDIE MUSIC REVIEW Laura Siersema, When I Left Loss  (Issue #22 September 2000)

OLIVER DI PLACE BLOG  Between the Cracks  (April 27, 2010, Darius Rips)



Old Rustburg Road/Who Needs This Heart/Where Have All the Flowers Gone/Eileen/Relevant/This Old House/January 17th/Mustard Glove/My Mother’s Keeper/Sanctuary/Abigail Child/Provoked/When I Left Loss/The Old Quarter/For What I Know/The Water Is Wide/Seven Daffodils/Close to Christmas/Bundled Branches/All the Pretty Little Horses

c 1999 Laura Siersema

Album cover photograph and design by Helene Zuckerbrod c 1999

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