A Private Showing

Cynthia Clawson

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In late 1978, Cynthia went to Woodland Sound Studios in Nashville, Tennessee and recorded “A Private Showing” (often referred to as “The Brown Album”) before an invited live audience. Produced by the legendary Buryl Red with his signature producer's touch, only 500 copies of the original album were ever pressed! Cynthia, her husband, prolific lyricist and playwright Ragan Courtney, sister Patti Clawson Berry and poet Paul Pate wrote the words to the songs. Cynthia composed the music. The result was an honest and introspective collection of twelve songs about losing and loving—and experiencing the divine wonder of life. In classic “Cynthia” style, she pushed the boundaries of traditional gospel music with creative songs that were poetic, melodic and spiritual. For years, fans have asked that Cynthia reissue the album, since most had not actually heard it, but had heard about it. Until now, this rare album has never been reproduced and has remained a lost classic since the album was pressed in 1980!

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  1. 1 Alice In Your Looking Glass 03:56
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  2. 2 Severe Weather 03:15
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  3. 3 Look At The Rain 03:04
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  4. 4 The Mouse 04:06
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  5. 5 Scotty Never Came 02:32
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  6. 6 I Said I Would Not Miss You 02:26
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  7. 7 I've Been Searching My Mind 03:20
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  8. 8 Please Wait For Me 03:14
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  9. 9 Remember Those 03:51
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  10. 10 Where Do You Guess 02:55
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  11. 11 Let Me Belong 03:23
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  12. 12 I Can't Write Anymore Sad Songs 03:50
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