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In "Birds," former Rainer Maria singer Caithlin De Marrais looks back in hard-won triumph.
January 4, 2012 In the powerful "Birds," the former Rainer Maria singer looks back in hard-won triumph.
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August 23, 2006 "You're so terrified / so terrified," Rainer Maria's Caithlin De Marrais sings with neither rancor nor disappointment, and the reason becomes clear as she hits that word "so" a third time, spins it from an intensifier into a conjunction, and sings, "So am I," recasting everything to admit to her own weaknesses.
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