Marian CallI Wish I Were a Real Alaskan Girl
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana HyperLink
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Thursday, April 10, 2008 4:21:15 AM
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Thursday, April 10, 2008 4:22:39 AM
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Andys Wide Open Blues Jam
The message(I get It)
Stories in song
The Good Stuff, Too!!!
St. Alphonso's Pancake Breakfast
IMPs Premier Singer-Songwriters


Most of us aren't cool enough to be Alaskan Girls. But wouldn't it be awesome if we were? If you enjoy what you hear, visit or for the full experience.

Written, recorded, and produced by Marian Call
Marian Call, vocals
Patric D'Eimon, guitar

Oh, I wish I were a real Alaskan girl
I wish that I could hold my beer
I could wear hip waders in summer
And heels at ten below
I'd have sexy wooly legs
with long and flowing frozen hair

Oh, to be a scowgirl in the last frontier
Where chicks run the Iditarod and win it
Oh, I could wrench on my own goose
And I'd jerk my own moose
And I'd drive a huge domestic truck
And actually haul stuff in it!

A little less sugar, a little more spice
A whole lotta fire and even more ice
From Kotzebue to Ketchikan,
From Dead Horse to Attu,
Alaskan chicks can teach a city girl like me a thing or two... x
Song Comments

The Good Stuff, Too!!!
I was kinda not expecting to like this too much. But then I listened and could not wipe the big-ass smile from my face. Very nice, Marian!

Andys Wide Open Blues Jam
Kindof jazzy, definetly fun!

The message(I get It)
what a-cool song -funny-

Stories in song
what a-cool song -funny-

IMPs Premier Singer-Songwriters

Marian was born into a family of musicians and artists, and she was raised on a steady diet of Bach, Beethoven, and Joni Mitchell. Over twenty years she has performed with chamber choirs, jazz combos, early music groups, rock bands, a gospel choir, and experimental music ensembles, and all of these influences (and more) meet and mingle in her own writing. She completed her bachelor’s degree in composition and vocal performance at Stanford University in 2004. After graduation, she spent two years pouring coffee, waiting tables, and listening to good music in Anchorage coffee shops, slowly learning about the craft of songwriting through osmosis and eventually through practice. She continues to write and record in Anchorage, and tour outside of Alaska as opportunities present themselves, and she looks forward to collaborating with friendly musicians from all backgrounds.

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