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Earl Lane

by Aled Hughes

From pop rock to blues to folk with a dash of country from loss and sorrow to hope and love there is passion and feeling throughout this album which also has songs in Welsh including Gwahoddiad (Arglwydd Dyma Fi).
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. A Little Problem
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2. I Am the Sniper
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3. Tall Girl
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4. I'm Crying for My Heroes
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5. Crying on the Train
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6. Where Do You Live My Friends?
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7. Wake Me
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8. Cariad
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9. Monterey
3:11 $0.99
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10. You've Got to Believe
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11. Love You Too
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12. Camera Republic
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13. Tsunami
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14. Problem Fach
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15. Gwahoddiad (Arglwydd Dyma Fi)
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Welcome to Earl Lane. Aled's third album following the release of '67 and It's Acoustic. The album has many moods from the pop rock of I Am The Sniper, the bluesy Monterey, the country style of Crying On The Train and folk in the hymn sung in Welsh Gwahoddiad (Arglwydd Dyma Fi). The songs are sung and performed in Aled's unique way with passion and each one has it's own story.
Aled has been joined in the making of Earl Lane with the excellent Lynise Esprit on bass, keys, drums and percussion, Lydia Maxwell on backing vocals, Jonathan Browning on the blues harp and Slade Jeff Alexander electric guitar on You've Got To Believe. I would like to thank everyone who has helped and supported me.

Aled Hughes Vocals, backing vocals, guitars, tambourine, storm drum.
Lynise Esprit Keys, piano, bass, drums, percussion.
Lydia Maxwell Backing vocals
Jonathan Browning Blues harp
Recorded at Earl Lane Studio, Cardiff, Wales by Lynise Esprit.

You've Got To Believe, Aled Hughes vocals, Slade Jeff Alexander guitar, keys, bass, drums.
Recorded at Slade Jeff Alexander's studio, South Wales.

All songs written by Aled Hughes except
Wake Me Aled Hughes/Julian Unwin
You've Got To Believe Aled Hughes/arrangement Slade Jeff Alexander

Cover photograph Adam Prosser
Artwork Kris Hawkins

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