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Young Man's Fancy

by Andrew Thomas

Jazzy, piano-based electro-organic spiritual pop.
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. Still
4:31 $0.39
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2. Regret
4:31 $0.39
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3. Glitter and Glue
5:04 $0.39
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4. Contemplating You / Fluorescent (hidden track)
8:14 $0.39
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Album Notes
Young Man's Fancy is, as the title suggests, a collection of love songs: to girls, to possibility, and ultimately, to God, filtered through Andrew's keen melodic sense and poetic lyrics.

About the CD, Andrew writes:

"I've written songs since I can remember, and (barring some of the earliest work I did with Casios and
cardboard-box percussion) some of my favorites I've collected and turned into this CD. I didn't use any special criteria to choose what songs went on the disc. The way the disc has turned out, it's a group of songs that, somehow, when put together tell a coming-of-age (and coming-to-faith) story in reverse.

I don't think it's a coincidence."

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