Halbersberg, Elianne
June 2003
Mix;Jun2003, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p118
Highlights the recording of the music album of singer and songwriter Rosanne Cash entitled 'Rules of Travel' in the U.S. Collaboration of Cash with her husband and songwriter John Leventhal; Citations of the instruments used; Type of songs featured in the album.


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