It was a night of: "Modern Blue", "The Sunken Lands", "Etta Tune", "The Long Way Home", 50,000 Watts","I'm Moving On", "Long Black Veil", "Ode To Billie Joe", "When the Master Calls the Roll", "World of Strange Design", "Night School", "Money Road", "Tennessee Flat Top Box", "Seven Year Ache", "Heartaches By the Numbers" and a few more. Under a perfectly warm Maine summer evening under the stars, we met Rosanne Cash for about and hour and forty minutes. What a beautiful voice! The majority of the selections were from her highly acclaimed latest album The River & the Thread and The List. She introduced most of her songs with some brief pieces of background, and when she was not playing the guitar, her hands were constantly in motion to enhance the emotion of the music. She seemed so honestly appreciative of her audience. Such a personal touch. During most of the numbers the audience was eerily quiet. Just listening so respectfully to an artist at work. "Black Veil", Ode To Billie Joe", "Seven Year Ache" and "Heartaches By the Numbers" were my favorites. Why do I get goosebumps everytime I hear that "Seven Year Ache"? That voice. That woman. Those words. That melody. It was a night. When she left the stage, she walked to the back of the packed lawn right by us. She made her way within two feet of us, made eye contact, smiled at Elenka, and thanked us for listening. We 'cashed in' for sure.