Sense Of Place North Carolina: Mount Moriah : World Cafe World Cafe kicks off its North Carolina trip with a visit to songwriter Heather McEntire's Raleigh home, which doubles as the band's practice space.
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Sense Of Place North Carolina: Mount Moriah

Sense Of Place North Carolina: Mount Moriah

Mount Moriah on World Cafe

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Set List

  • "Calvander"
  • "Baby Blue"
  • "Precita"
  • "Cardinal Cross"

World Cafe kicks off its "Sense Of Place" trip to North Carolina with a visit to Mount Moriah's practice space, which is also lead singer and songwriter Heather McEntire's home outside of Raleigh, N.C.

Out past the power lines by the lake, we set up to record music from the band's third and newest album, How To Dance, which has been three years in the making. The album rocks a little harder than Mount Moriah's earlier work; it better reflects the band's stage show and allows for exquisite guitar lines by Jenks Miller. Hear the full session above and watch a video of "Calvander" below.

Read a note about World Cafe's visit to North Carolina and the controversy surrounding HB2.

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