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This adventure is by Carol McKinley, a announcer with over 40 years of experience. Carol grew up in Wiesbaden, Germany, in the ’70s and says that German ability is still one of her greatest passions. In 2018, she revisited Germany as a adolescent of the RIAS Berlin Kommission. Nowadays, Carol lives in Colorado with her husband, her mom, and her French bulldog. In this episode, Carol interviews Sibylle Baier, a folk artist from Germany who resides in Massachusetts. For the aboriginal time, this abundantly clandestine singer-songwriter tells her adventure to THE BIG PONDER. Sibylle’s son Robby Baier, a artist and music ambassador himself, and Andrew Rieger, co-owner of Orange Twin Records, anamnesis the artist’s abrupt acceleration to bandage fame. The music in this adventure is by Sibylle Baier, address of Robby Baier Music LLC. The photo for this adventure shows a adolescent Sibylle Baier with her son Robby and is from Robby Baier’s claimed archives.

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Carol McKinley: What would you do if addition begin that long-lost account you forgot about and appear it? Or how would you feel if that song you agitated your audacity autograph abandoned for you showed up on Spotify for the angel to hear?


This is the adventure of a folk music masterpiece never meant for accessible ears. In fact, the anthology Colour Blooming may accept concluded up in the debris [SOUND OF REELS SPINNING] if it weren’t for a analytical son who apparent an age-old reel-to-reel arbor in a box, cautiously threaded the old tape, and pushed play.


Carol McKinley: It’s this admirable creation, but what was it to you?

Sibylle Baier: I anticipate I had abandoned it. That bodies are fatigued to this makes me feel hopeful for the world.


Carol McKinley: Ahead, Sibylle Baier, the shy folk accompanist with the adherent bandage afterward breach her blackout for THE BIG PONDER. I’m Carol McKinley. And this is “Sibylle’s Angelic Self.”


Google Sibylle Baier, and you won’t acquisition an interview. That’s how she wants it. I lucked out admitting — she absitively I was accept aloft spotting a cartoon-like painting of a mother bird on the bank over my accept during a Saturday morning Zoom. That’s aback she opened up about her belated big break, which began as a abruptness at her 60th altogether affair in western Massachusetts.

Sibylle Baier: Right! My baby accouchement threw me a altogether affair at the allegorical Dream Abroad Lodge [LAUGHS] in our abutting of the woods, and their little accompany were arrive to do acts of bamboozlement or dancing or balladry or annihilation as gifts, you know. And it was appealing agrarian …

Robby Baier: It was awesome.

Sibylle Baier: It was so alarming …

Carol McKinley: Alarming affronted to abominable aback at the end of the night, Sibylle Baier’s well-meaning ancestors sprung their abruptness … arena an affectionate anthology she recorded during a aching time in her adolescence for all the guests to hear. Her son Robby remembers they again handed out copies of the recordings as affair favors. The year: 2006.

Robby Baier: So, I basically edited the affair and alloyed it and fabricated this altogether CD. We can ask Sibylle afore I anticipate what happened, but I’m abiding it wasn’t all positive: [CHUCKLES] Happy birthday, here’s 100 CDs that we’re giving to everyone! [LAUGHS]

Sibylle Baier: And again at the end of it, I had no abstraction this CD was actuality played. And you comedy it …


Sibylle Baier: And I am embarrassed, I’m livid, I’m angry. Why these old … These old things of my life. And advantage and ah! And it was actual uncomfortable. [BOTH CHUCKLE] And then, I had addition alcohol and addition alcohol and again I sang with them. And I danced with Michael the waltz, right?

Robby Baier: Mm-hmm. You did that.

Sibylle Baier: And I danced with my husband.

Robby Baier: And you sang one too.

Sibylle Baier: Yes, and we sang one too, so assuredly I calmed down. But I was … Is that how you acquainted it too?

Robby Baier: Yeah, it was like, you know, you were affectionate of, yes, ashamed and abashed but additionally again tickled. And affectionate of … And I anticipate the joy came absolutely afterwards aback she started acumen … ’Cause, you know, all these bodies in the association had it, and she was accepting all this acknowledgment of how alarming it was and how bodies were abashed by it. And how, you apperceive … So it was like shock and again afterwards the affectionate of actuality accept with it.

Carol McKinley: Sibylle’s agreeable awakening ability accept been brief … Except for one bedfellow at the altogether affair who was absolute away. Jay Mascis is a singer-songwriter for the addition bedrock bandage Dinosaur Jr. He aggregate that CD with a acquaintance with a almanac characterization in Athens, Georgia.

Andrew Rieger: Alright. Hi, I’m Andrew Rieger, and I am a co-owner of Orange Twin Records. And I additionally accept played in a bandage alleged Elf Power aback the mid-1990s, and so I’m actuality to acquaint you a little bit about how I aboriginal encountered the Sibylle Baier Colour Blooming anthology and how we came to put it out on our label. Yeah, it was affectionate of … went from Robby to Jay to us.


Andrew Rieger: And we were absolutely — my bandage was on tour, and we were blockage at Jay’s abode in Amherst, Massachusetts, and I aloof bethink alive up and audition this music … And it was arena because he was authoritative coffee for us and aloof actuality like bugged by it.

Carol McKinley: What was it that fabricated you adjudge not to add a agglomeration of accomplishments instrumentals and added voices? Was there a altercation about how to absolution it?

Andrew Rieger: It would affectionate of feel cursing to augment it with a agglomeration of avant-garde overdubs. I anticipate it would complete weird.

Carol McKinley: And aloof like that — Sibylle Baier’s affectionate soundtrack articulate for no one became an brief success. The anthology Colour Blooming abandoned took 33 years to surface.

Andrew Rieger: She was absolutely alien in 2006, and so, you know, we apprenticed up a agglomeration of annal and a agglomeration of CDs. And I mean, yeah, there accept been albums by artists that we’ve done that for and nobody’s absolutely bought them and we’ve absent money. But, you know, that’s affectionate of the accident that you booty active a label. And if you adulation music, you know, an album, abundant and absolutely accept in it, again you aloof affectionate of booty that risk, so …

Carol McKinley: And why did you accept in her?

Andrew Rieger: The songs to me are aloof amazing, you know. I feel like she’s absolutely acceptable at affectionate of acclimation these absolutely emotionally circuitous and aphotic songs and again acclimation that with like these added songs that are aloof a allotment of life, of her ancestors life, area she’s talking about demography her kids to the zoo and affable banquet and activity to assignment and accepting the cat sit on her lap. And I aloof anticipate it’s absolutely altered in that way.


Carol McKinley: Today, 15 years afterwards that cringe-worthy altogether affair reveal, critics analyze Sibylle’s appearance to Leonard Cohen, Phoebe Bridgers, and Joni Mitchell. Her admirers accommodate Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Adolescence and the amateur Elliot Page.


To accept this adventure you charge go aback fifty years — to Stuttgart, Germany, in the aboriginal 1970s aback the adolescent extra and mother recorded 14 songs.


Carol McKinley: [SINGING] I absent article in the hills. What’s that about?

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Sibylle Baier: I ambition I knew. I don’t apperceive what I lost. Ah … You apperceive what comes to me? I think. I hope. Maybe it was a adoration for, I absent myself. Finally, I absent myself.

Carol McKinley: At night while her ancestors slept, Sibylle Baier fabricated music with her affluent alto and acoustic guitar. You’re in the moment with Sibylle, 50 years ago as she accomplished by the ablaze of the moon. This eventually became the song “Tonight.”


Sibylle Baier: So, he had a acceptable — this allotment of acceptable accessories for recording, so I could use that. And I propped it up, I propped the microphone, I think, right, Robby? I propped it up on a few books and ample out how this would assignment best and I would sit and almanac abounding times a song.


Robby Baier: Yeah, it’s in my DNA, those songs.


Carol McKinley: But afterwards several years of acute artistic songwriting, she arranged the affirmation of her affliction in a box and forgot about it …


Carol McKinley: … except for four distinct cassettes, Sibylle’s backward bedmate Michael fabricated and saved. He kept one to comedy at home and again he anesthetized those added three to abutting friends, including acclaimed German filmmaker Wim Wenders — he ability be best accepted in America for his blur Paris, Texas. Michael, additionally a blur producer, died in 2020.

Robby Baier: My dad was, you know, additionally a musician. He was a saxophone amateur and canal amateur aback he was, you know, 18, 19. And played in bands and, you know, wrote some songs on piano. He was, you know, a actual agreeable being … admired music so much.

Sibylle Baier: I anticipate he would accept enjoyed it if I would accept fabricated a career out of it more. Or something, right? You think, Robby?

Robby Baier: Definitely. I mean, he was a music lover and he heard how acceptable the music was and how abnormal it was. How admirable her articulation was. And of course, you know, there were generally bodies about the abode — musicians, artists, and filmmakers … And it was … You know, generally the guitars would appear out. And bodies would comedy and these songs would appear out, and bodies would adulation them. So, they were aloof affectionate of bound in this affectionate of … at our house. They never larboard our house, right?

Carol McKinley: Bound in the abode — until one day, an affecting acquaintance heard Sibylle’s music arena during a buzz call.


Sibylle Baier: A filmmaker, a friend, alleged and said, “What’s arena in the background? I appetite to apprehend this music.” He was in Stuttgart the abutting day!


Sibylle Baier: And so, Hans Geißendörfer came the abutting day and capital to accomplish a TV appearance and said: You charge go on the road! And Virgin Annal and, you know, the accomplished nine yards. And I had no abstraction about what’s activity on in the world. Or music angel or folk angel or article like that. And our acquaintance said, “I’m not affecting it! You accept aggregate on it! The baseline is on there. Everything. The harmonies. It needs nothing.” And again I said, well, I can’t do this alone, so no acknowledge you.

Carol McKinley: So there were no lights or stage, no bowls of alleged M&Ms for her bathrobe room.

Sibylle Baier: So, it didn’t happen. And I didn’t absolutely appetite to do that either. I anticipate our lives were actual abounding already.

Carol McKinley: Sibylle’s star, never born, but … Three decades afterwards her music was retired — and the ancestors had continued aback relocated, authoritative the move from Germany to the United States — Robby, now an adult, apparent the music in a box of ancestors stuff.

Robby Baier: And then, I went up and begin the reels. I went into the attic, begin the reels. And I accept a recording studio. Then, I was like, what’s on these reels?

Carol McKinley: On the reels, Robby accustomed the low, abatement articulation of his mother.


Carol McKinley: By this time, he was a able music producer, and he was electrified by the bluntness of her long-lost recordings.


Robby Baier: These songs do angle the analysis of time. They’re not just, you know, the ramblings of a young, abashed woman. They’re actually, you know, it’s … They’re actual deep, and they’re timeless.

Carol McKinley: For the additional time, Sibylle affronted bottomward almanac deals and concert tours. Orange Twin has awash out abundant CD and LP pressings. Can you brainstorm the burden she charge accept acquainted to aftermath an acclamation to the music she created in what was basically addition lifetime?

Robby Baier: The way I bethink her animosity about the anthology was — how these bodies alert — what do they absolutely see in these affectionate of like, you apperceive … not rantings but … Is this aloof like some depressed 20-year-old? Because so abundant time had anesthetized for her, you know? She acquainted like, who is this being that was this? But in a way, what added needs to be said, right?

Sibylle Baier: Right, that’s what I mean, yeah. You know, why accept bristles added albums?

Carol McKinley: Today, a growing cardinal of Sibylle’s worshippers appetite added from the antisocial poet-songwriter who never played a distinct gig.

Andrew Rieger: That is arresting to bodies about her … is that there’s not that abundant information, and she’s not activity on Instagram and putting pictures of what she ate for cafeteria every day. Nobody knows that abundant about her and that aloof affectionate of adds to the mystery, I think.


Carol McKinley: You know, you anticipate about what you kept abroad from the angel for 30 years … And then, it aback was out on your 60th birthday. It’s like addition saw your centermost self. It’s scary.

Sibylle Baier: Well, it’s additionally angelic amplitude affectionate of, I feel. You know, area you’re apparent or heard is consistently a angelic space.


Carol McKinley: In her attenuate account with THE BIG PONDER, Sibylle describes what led to her actual aboriginal song, “Remember the Day,” which she wrote during those caliginosity carol sessions from 1970 to 1973 during a black winter moment.

Sibylle Baier: It’s myself in a aching February mood. You know, abounding adolescent people, abounding people, accept aphotic stretches … And that was a specific or abnormally aphotic stretch.


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Carol McKinley: To get her out of her funk, a acquaintance proposed a alley cruise to buy aliment for her mother’s restaurant, which was in a alternation base of a cog car.

Sibylle Baier: And she came by that morning and said, oh appear on, appear with me. And pulled me, so to speak, from beneath the bed. That’s how I felt. And I assuredly agreed and said, okay, I’ll come. And we collection to Strasbourg and aboriginal had cafeteria in the Renard, which is ‘the fox,’ ‘the red fox.’ I bethink that. And truthfully, aboriginal she goes to the bath and again I go to the bath and again we appear aback calm and say, do you anticipate what I thought? And I said, yeah, let’s go beyond the Alps! I accept no abstraction area that came from, but adolescence is that way. You know, it’s wonderful. Or it’s apparently still that way, but we’re not accessible to it.

Carol McKinley: Afterwards accepting absent in fog, a morning on the beach, and a altercation with some German badge admiral who anticipation the flowers in their block were marijuana, Sibylle alternate from the alley cruise active but annoyed at the best she about made.

Sibylle Baier: And I came home and I say, what happened? How can you be activity from how to get rid of yourself afterwards committing suicide, affectionate of, to all is good. And then, this song fell out.


Sibylle Baier: I anticipate the aforementioned day or abutting day.

Carol McKinley: Aloof fell out, huh?

Sibylle Baier: Aloof fell out, yeah. Because I said, Sibylle, you accept to bethink this day. Please, bethink this day.

Carol McKinley: And accept you remembered the day through the years? Accept you anticipation about that day?

Sibylle Baier: Not generally enough. And Robby sometimes reminds me. I anticipate you said, Robby, that’s your admired song, right?

Robby Baier: Mm-hmm.

Carol McKinley: Robby manages her website, fielding addendum from admirers as far abroad as Montenegro, Argentina, China, New Zealand. Her aching lyrics accept aggressive some admirers to become musicians themselves. A few accept alleged their accouchement afterwards her.

Sibylle Baier: The bombing of Syria and the escape from it, you know. It was consistently that assertive songs move assertive people. Or now, one came, it got me through the affliction of accident my father. This is now, I feel a little active about it all. And maybe that’s why it’s resonating, still. Or, you know, as against to: I accept a plan, I wanna accomplish a song, and I appetite to beat something.


Carol McKinley: You’re audition Sibylle absolutely basic a song alleged “Gilbert” from that aboriginal attic recording, application an beatnik songwriting technique.

Robby Baier: She’s absolutely autograph the song, like moments. She’s like in the moment and like she says, she feels article and maybe there’s a chat or an abstraction and she sings it. And then, she listens to area that wants to go. And then, both the music and the melody and the words affectionate of move calm in this way until the song is finished.

Sibylle Baier: It’s altered for altered people. I anticipate some address lyrics first, and again try to acquisition music. Or $.25 by bits. Or for me, it came out about at the aforementioned time. Because it’s so abundant in there that it leads you by itself. It’s a faculty of … ah, this activity or this word, this complete even, [SINGING] wants go there. Or, you apperceive … Ah and then, it feels right, somehow.

Carol McKinley: Which song were you aloof singing? Was that one of your songs?

Sibylle Baier: No, that was aloof a moment.

Carol McKinley: Oh, I see!


Robby Baier: That was a song, aloof for you appropriate there.

Carol McKinley: Wow, I’m so privileged. Robby, you absitively to appear out with a song book for your mom.

Robby Baier: Mm-hmm.

Carol McKinley: Acquaint me about why you did that.

Robby Baier: I, as a musician, you apperceive … Abounding bodies accept covered her music, and you can acquisition Youtube videos of covers … And it consistently drives me crazy aback they comedy it adduce unquote “wrong,” you know. They comedy it with the amiss chords, and they don’t have, you know, they don’t accept the appropriate voicings. So I just, I cared abundant about it to accept at atomic the people, you know, who appetite to apprentice it the appropriate way … That they can, you know. Afterwards accepting to absorb hours and hours like I did addition it out.

Carol McKinley: Sibylle, how does it accomplish you feel to apprehend that?

Sibylle Baier: I am in tears … Robby’s songs that … He wrote, he wrote them aback he was 12 years old. They are my admired songs. You should accept to them. I’m serious!


Robby Baier: You don’t bethink the lyrics, Mom? I’m offended.

Sibylle Baier: Help me!


Carol McKinley: And by request, ladies and gentlemen — dug from the Baier ancestors athenaeum — this is the song “Beginner,” accounting and articulate by Robby aback he was 12, a few years afore the ancestors larboard Germany for the U.S.


            Sibylle Baier: It’s aloof wonderful.


Carol McKinley: Robby has his own career bearing music for commercials, film, and TV, afresh ablution his additional anthology — it’s alleged Authoritative Space.


Carol McKinley: But his mother’s music, alike admitting it was appear aback in 2006, still eclipses his.

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Sibylle Baier: I never did this on purpose, you know. It was aloof what was appropriate that day.

Carol McKinley: Did you address your lyrics bottomward and apprehend from lyrics aback you were singing? Or did that appear from central as well?

Sibylle Baier: Well, I did address them bottomward in little academy notebooks. Calm with notes, arcade lists, and buzz numbers and all that, right? And then, cigarette burns and so on … Because it was usually in the evenings.

Robby Baier: Cat hair.

Sibylle Baier: Cat hair. [LAUGHS] Allotment of life! And that happened at night in my bedroom. So yes, I wrote them down, and abounding of them fell out aloof as they were. I was attractive for rhymes. That is true, sometimes. Because it was the English accent … I adulation languages. So, it was a joy for me to acquisition what would beat with this … Aha! And then, a beat like that opens a accomplished universe, aloof a … Yes, a new angel … Yes …


Carol McKinley: Can we allocution about the “Colour Green” for a minute? It’s about a blooming sweater, but it’s not about a blooming sweater.

Sibylle Baier: I wasn’t thinking; I was knitting a sweater.

Carol McKinley: It’s about like you’re accepting a chat with addition and …

Sibylle Baier: Well, that’s what it was. The album’s appellation song, “Colour Green,” is absolutely an admiration to Wanderlust.


Carol McKinley: Afterwards Angel War II, abounding adolescent Germans like Sibylle were analytical about the United States.

Sibylle Baier: Germany was disconnected into four genitalia afterwards the war by occupiers, and we grew up in the American zone. So, we had the GIs there absorb our parents’ homes and so on. America at that time and the American abstract and the applesauce music and bedrock and cycle … America was a ballsy acreage for us aback then.

Carol McKinley: In 1981, Sibylle and her ancestors did move from Germany to western Massachusetts, which looks like a abode she abandoned absurd aback she recorded those lyrics way aback in post-’60s Germany.

Sibylle Baier: Afterwards on, I accomplished that it was prophetic. Because there is, I anticipate a amplitude of lyrics that says, “I apperceive further west these hills exist, apparent by angel trees, apparent by a beeline beck that leads me to wherever I capital to.”


Sibylle Baier: That this happened, we abashed to the U.S, and it was into a mural with angel copse and the dupe and a beeline beck and all that, abounding years later.


Carol McKinley: Today, Sibylle’s articulation is one of 80 in her bounded association choir, it’s alleged the Berkshire Lyric.


Sibylle Baier: We’re all advantageous to be together, and they still do this every three weeks online together. Aloof balmy ups. Yeah, you can’t sing together, but again you accept to a allotment like the Brahms Requiem, or something, and you can sing your part.

Carol McKinley: Do you comedy a guitar while they’re accomplishing it or do you comedy any instruments for ’em?

Sibylle Baier: No, no, no, no. This is all … No, no, and they … They don’t apperceive about my youth.

Carol McKinley: Oh, they don’t? How interesting!

Sibylle Baier: Most bodies don’t. Thankfully. And I don’t either.

Carol McKinley: That’s how you appetite it?

Sibylle Baier: Able-bodied no, it’s how it is … I don’t appetite annihilation about it. I accumulate apathy it because activity has been rather full, you apperceive … And then, oh, that’s right!

Carol McKinley: Sibylle never affected anyone and doesn’t chase accepted music, so don’t try and accept a chat with her about accepted folk singers. Aback I anticipate about the singer-songwriters today … I adulation Tracy Chapman. I don’t apperceive if you apperceive who that is. Do you apperceive who Tracy Chapman is?

Sibylle Baier: No, I don’t. And I’ll address it down.

Robby Baier: She won’t apperceive anybody that you say.


Carol McKinley: Sibylle apprenticed abeyance on her music for bisected a century. But in aloof the accomplished year, she’s apparent a lot of change: She absent her husband, she’s been abandoned during the pandemic, and the alarm ticks. She feels like now she has article to say.

Sibylle Baier: I would like to address a song, at atomic one, that … There’s one that’s called, it’s T.S. Eliot, “I abound old and I shall abrasion the basal of my trousers rolled.” Right? This is on a record. I would like to address one, and it would alpha apparently with the aforementioned chords, “Now I’m old. I do abrasion the basal of my trousers rolled. And I attack in the water, and the far bank is near.” Oh you know, so I would like to address about old age or dying or, you know, those things.


Carol McKinley: To us, it’s amazing that you were able to put article like this away. If Robby hadn’t accept begin it — it would accept been still in the attic.

Sibylle Baier: Yeah! It would be accept with me, as I said before. I’m now activity aerial by the actuality that bodies are admiring to it because it makes me hopeful. The asceticism is rather the bodies who accept to it. A abode area bodies accept and accept you, that is a angelic space, I think.


Carol McKinley: For THE BIG PONDER, I’m Carol McKinley.

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