GREEN

Sabrina & Craig

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A musical journey celebrating roots in American music that run deep and wide

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"A work of passion and perfection! GREEN, wastes no time in sweeping you away with sweet melodies, dynamic rhythms, brilliant finger-style guitar, and the gorgeous harmonies that have become the duo’s trademark."  ~ Folkworks Magazine

"Lovely, sophisticated, melodically over the top GORGEOUS!!" ~ Barbara Schroeder, Emmy award-winning Journalist, author, producer

"Amazing! The songwriting, playing, singing, and production are top notch.  Going Home is a perfect song; it made me cry. Crawdad blows my mind. Brand New Day and Indigo are wonderful little gems. All great--so much love in each track." ~ Ivor Warren Francis, professional musican

"I adore GREEN.  The music is fantastic.  You've really created a beautiful album.  I love the songs, the sound, the balance.  Heaven!"  ~ Michael Shapiro
 
"GREEN speaks to my soul.  I cried like a baby at Going Home, but then couldn't help but smile again on Brand New Day.  This really is a CD I’ll continue to listen to over and over again."  ~ Jani Ashmore, best-selling author
 
"We really enjoyed the exquisite recording & musical precision of every song. It is truly a wonderful artistic work! And when both your voices harmonize, it is such a beautiful sound."  ~ PJ Soles, actress
 
"GREEN gets better with each listen -- little bit of early Simon and Garfunkel (Homeward Bound) Mama Cass (Dream a little Dream) Michael Franks (Popsicle Toes) supported by excellent guitar licks (no comparison possible)~ Bob Morley, singer-songwriter, minister

"GREEN is TERRIFIC!!  It has become our new traveling music."  ~ Frank Gorman, Olympic Silver Medalist

One Home... One Heart

Sabrina & Craig

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Cats & Dogs

Craig Lincoln

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"The excellent variety of material, musicianship and arrangements... and solid songwriting all come together with some of the best two-part harmonies in recollection.  One Home, One Heart is a delight in every sense of the word and should be added to the collections of all who love great, listenable, ultimately enjoyable music delivered as a joy to the ear."  ~ Carl Gage, FolkWorks 

"Sabrina & Craig weave thoughtful stories, people and moments into their songs, sprinkling each observation with intelligence and wit while wrapping them in the cloak of gorgeous, memorable melodies. One Home... One Heart is a definite keeper. This is an album you'll come back to time and time again. Both Sabrina & Craig are solid performers, but together they take on a chemistry that draws you in. One Home... One Heart is poised to make Sabrina & Craig highly desirable on the folk circuit if they aren't already."  ~ Wildy's World 

"Together they have a chemistry guaranteed to provide hours of listening pleasure."- John R. Lindermuth, Rambles

"I especially enjoyed 'Same Old Song and Dance' and 'Little White Lies.' The emotional space that "Same Old" creates is both poignant and beautiful. 
I've heard 'Lies' before, but I was struck again by the originality of the lyrics and the way that the tune strikes just the right emotional tone."    ~  George Merkert










"It takes a lot for a singer with nothing more than his unamplified ax to grab my attention.  Fortunately, Cats & Dogs stands out among the coffee house crowd. 
 
Lincoln's musicianship shines through but does not overwhelm his smooth, melodic vocals.  None of that would matter without songs that mean something; and Lincoln's certainly do. The title track uses our beloved pets as a metaphor for human relationships. "Religious Experience," the only live track, is a hoot without being totally sacrilegious. "My Father's Son" could be a welcome replacement for Dan Fogelberg's overused and abused "Leader Of The Band."
 
The best songs are the two acoustic blues numbers, "Just Like Stevie Ray" and "Little White Lies." The latter may be the only song to fit the word "verisimilitude" into its lyrics. Lincoln adds a little blues harmonica to both tunes for some added color. He hints that a whole album of earthier, blues oriented material would be welcome and that maybe, just maybe, he'd like to pickup a Stratocaster and do some shredding. 
 
Nice debut from a fully developed talent."
 ~ Charlie Ricci, Bloggerhythms