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Rachel Bissex (born December 27, 1956, Boston, Massachusetts – died February 20, 2005) was an award-winning American folk singer/songwriter. Her works included "Dancing With My Mother" and "Drive All Night".
- Light in Dark Places (1991)
- Don't Look Down (1995)
- I Used to Be Nice (1998)
- Between the Broken Lines (2001)
- In White Light (2004)
- Tribute-CD: Remembering Rachel. Songs of Rachel Bissex (2005)
- Rachel Bissex at the Internet Movie Database
- Jim Lowe: Rachel Bissex: A beacon of light
- Victor K. Heyman's Porträt of "Rachel Bissex"
- Tribute CD
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