Sister Who is a friend. They are also what Sister Mish (co-founder of the San Francisco Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence) calls a “Sister in Solidarity” – someone who supports the aims of that Order without being a member. As a fully professed Sister (1983) of the Toronto Order of Perpetual Indulgence, I am also a SiS.
Full disclosure; I helped publish the Tarot of Sister Who, and am taking (very) nominal compensation to promote that deck, and Sister Who’s music on-line.
All vocals and instruments performed by Sister Who;
All songs composed by Denver NeVaar;
Each album is © copyright Denver NeVaar on the publication date noted above;
All rights reserved under US and international law.
I have struggled to come up with a succinct description of their music that doesn’t do an injustice. Many of the songs are clearly spiritual in nature; although certainly not tied to any specific denomination or faith tradition. The music genre is, I would say, ‘folk’ with Sister Who alone as vocalist while also playing all the music. The instruments vary; generally a guitar and/or electric organ according to my untrained ear. There are short clips from every song on each album at SisterWho.com. You may purchase copies directly from Sister Who at that site, and I keep a few copies for immediate delivery at my Shopify-based shoppe. Sister Who wants their music and cards to be as available as possible. I earn a very small percentage- just above the standard processing fees charged.
Limited to stock I have for immediate delivery. Discount applies only to orders for delivery to US addresses, and placed at my Shopify-based Site.
How to get this discount:
1. Visit the Sister Who section of my Shoppe;
2. Add 1 copy of 4 CD Set (Priority Post) to your cart (link above is supposed to include it);
3. Use code WHO4HOLIDAYS at check-out (link above is supposed to include it);
(you should see a discount of $18.00)
4. Place order.
Shipping via Priority Post to a US address is US$10; the order is above the 1st Class Parcel weight limit. And I do have a few copies of both the original Jumbo Tarot of Sister Who, and the TSW Majors+ set of 38 standard Tarot card size available.
The image here links to a much larger version if you’d like to see more detail.