2020 release. In the late aughts, Kathleen Edwards' career was on the rise and her four studio albums had received critical acclaim; she garnered Polaris Prize nominations, a SOCAN Songwriting prize win, and several Juno nominations. But amid this success she stepped back from the music industry and started a coffee shop outside of Ottawa called Quitters, a successful small business she ran for over a decade. Now, she's releasing album number five, just as a global pandemic has forced her to shut down the coffee shop and furlough the workers who became like family. Total Freedom, self-produced alongside Jim Bryson and Grammy winner Ian Fitchuk, opens a door to her view of life as it is now, with all it's wonderful complications.

2020 release. In the late aughts, Kathleen Edwards' career was on the rise and her four studio albums had received critical acclaim; she garnered Polaris Prize nominations, a SOCAN Songwriting prize win, and several Juno nominations. But amid this success she stepped back from the music industry and started a coffee shop outside of Ottawa called Quitters, a successful small business she ran for over a decade. Now, she's releasing album number five, just as a global pandemic has forced her to shut down the coffee shop and furlough the workers who became like family. Total Freedom, self-produced alongside Jim Bryson and Grammy winner Ian Fitchuk, opens a door to her view of life as it is now, with all it's wonderful complications.

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Total Freedom
Artist: Kathleen Edwards
Format: CD
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1. Glenfern
2. Hard on Everyone
3. Birds on a Feeder
4. Simple Math
5. Options Open
6. Feelings Fade
7. Fools Ride
8. Ashes to Ashes
9. Who Rescued Who
10. Take It with You

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2020 release. In the late aughts, Kathleen Edwards' career was on the rise and her four studio albums had received critical acclaim; she garnered Polaris Prize nominations, a SOCAN Songwriting prize win, and several Juno nominations. But amid this success she stepped back from the music industry and started a coffee shop outside of Ottawa called Quitters, a successful small business she ran for over a decade. Now, she's releasing album number five, just as a global pandemic has forced her to shut down the coffee shop and furlough the workers who became like family. Total Freedom, self-produced alongside Jim Bryson and Grammy winner Ian Fitchuk, opens a door to her view of life as it is now, with all it's wonderful complications.