Alan Lewis Silva | Musical Shadows, Vol. 2

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Musical Shadows, Vol. 2

by Alan Lewis Silva

This is Vol. 2 of a pristine remake of the songs of Musical Shadows, the nearly 60,000 word epic poem of millennial songwriter, Alan Lewis Silva. It is lyrical folk music with influences fado, rock, blues, and pop.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Be Your Man (Remake)
3:38 $0.69
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2. Blueberry Hill (Remake)
2:55 $0.69
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3. Ash City (Remake)
2:48 $0.69
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4. Ballad of the Amazon (Remake)
4:25 $0.69
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5. Baritone Phone Call in Venice Masquerade (Remake)
2:04 $0.69
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6. Big Green Country (Remake)
2:58 $0.69
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7. Badlands Abandoned (Remake)
8:16 $0.69
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8. Big Bedroom in the Sky (Remake)
3:25 $0.69
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9. Blue Windows (Remake)
3:05 $0.69
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10. Blue's Song (Remake)
2:20 $0.69
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11. Ballad of Dan and Suzanne (Remake)
3:09 $0.69
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12. Bohemian Troubadour (Remake)
3:20 $0.69
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13. Ballad of the Scorpion (Remake)
5:43 $0.69
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14. Blue Roses (Remake)
5:25 $0.69
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15. Aviary Tomb (Remake)
2:58 $0.69
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16. Boorhead Jones (Remake)
4:28 $0.69
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Alan Lewis Silva is an original California author and folk singer, independent publisher of over 400 songs in the vein of blues, grunge, Portuguese fado, folk-rock, and jazz. His songs are lyrically oriented, heavy in imagery, and give irascible expression to the plights and imaginations of the human soul submerged or emerging from the effects of the Information Age.

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