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artist: Heather Dale
Dark Celtic chant, inspired by Morgan La Fay from the King Arthur legends.
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artist: Tom Neilson
political satire
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artist: Evan Paul
CD 'Eklektika' This song features my 'Neighbourhood Kids', Sam Collett, Shanna, Holly, Natalie Fournier, and L
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artist: David Rovics
I was reading Marcus Rediker's book, Villains of All Nations, about pirates during the early 18th century, and
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This is a folk song that I had been wanting to record for a very long time.
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artist: Robert Moss
We all question the path we choose...
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My Anthem for better times ahead. Enough said.
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Slowly evolving piece. Me acting like Dylan, Young, Seeger, Guthrie and a zillion others. Specific theme ( for
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The first song I ever wrote that I kept
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Song about a vacant house
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artist: Will Carroll
repetitive rambling's, of maniacs and fools.. trying to make sense of nothing...
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title: Uzh ty sad
To buy CD 'Dryad's Songs' go to http://kunaki.com/sales.asp?PID=PX01ZKFTRG
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title: the mouse
From the new Album "West Coast Gabriel" coming Autumn/Fall 2015! For the full track go to https://eugefromt
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A lullaby that morphed itself into a slow waltz...
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artist: Cosmos II
Reminds us that we are descendents of the Big Bang, stars that exploded, and dust.
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artist: pixi
title: Seasons
an old pagan chase between the god and the goddess as they change into different animals through the seasons
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artist: Anne Feeney
a great song to sing in the paddywagon!
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artist: Ed Drury
title: Intro
A flute and guitar folkish instrumental.
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artist: Bow Triplets
'The angelic sound of Heidi Sigfalk is something that more will be heard of, I am sure. The title track, 'Neve
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Peter MacIntyre
Acoustic
Acoustic Rock
"Small"
I play a variety of cover tunes ranging from The Beatles to Frank Sinatra and John Couger. I also perform original songs that are heavily influenced by The Beatles, Harry Chapin and James Taylor.
Lazy Wilkie
Acoustic
Acoustic Guitar
"Almond Tree"
This is the best restaurant I've ever eaten in.
Charles Cornelius Tyler
Acoustic
Acoustic Folk
"Love is here"
Sing the song so sweet to my ear. Love is here.
Tony Seo
Acoustic
Acoustic Rock
"Wings From Hell"
Out of the darkness!
Sister Phyllis
Tips to Make our Prayer Life Better: Maybe you've gone into prayer relapse. You sit down to pray and two hours later you wake up refreshed from a nap... Or maybe you're just not sure where to start when it comes to praying to God. While there is no formula to get your prayers a "priority rating", there are definitely some ways that can help you develop a strong prayer life. Here are some of those tips: GET AWAY. Meaning, go someplace by yourself or where you won't be distracted. Listen to worship music. Put away the things that scream for your attention. Look at some verses that talk about who God is. Take a walk outside and o...
wealthtrue
My Start to Writing & Recording Music...: This is my first post to this site just to give you a little more background on me. I started playing guitar back in January of 2003 as a new years resolution. I'm big on taking the start of year to determine what I want or how I want to improve my life in some way. In December - January 2003 my decision was to commit to guitar lessons for 1 year. I found a teacher in Kitchener and started to play. He taught me a few tunes, the first of which was Bare Naked Ladies, "Brian Wilson". Before those lessons I had learned one other song on the guitar and that was "I've Just Seen a Face"...
Tim Hoad
2 and a half well on the way!: Ok, so today has been productive. Firstly, I've 90% finished Max's and my new song. Instead of calling it 'Can't Find a Fault', I've decided to call it 'Lucky'. I like playing the song, can't wait to show it! Secondly, I've decided to call the other song 'Mr. August'. Mr. July was catchier I think, but somehow Mr. August fits with the story better. I've just got to finish polishing it up then it's well on its way to being finished. I've also semi started another song, well, more toying with chords and lyrics instead of starting one for now, that so far seems to be about money troubl...
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