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A Love Worth Fighting For
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, Special Interest, Pop, Rock, Broadway & Vocalists
A Love Worth Fighting For is the acclaimed, first-ever collection by today's greatest new and established out-and-proud singers and songwriters. Featured: Ani DiFranco, Janis Ian, Laura Love, Michael Callen, Cris Williamso... more »
A Love Worth Fighting For is the acclaimed, first-ever collection by today's greatest new and established out-and-proud singers and songwriters. Featured: Ani DiFranco, Janis Ian, Laura Love, Michael Callen, Cris Williamson, Holly Near... 18 in all; more than 76 minutes of music.
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