A Thousand Years at Sea | Silver Shores Await

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Silver Shores Await

by A Thousand Years at Sea

A trio of today's hottest young acoustic musicians perform 14 tracks of original indie-folk infused with jazz, celtic, rock, and funk.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Just a Fairy Tale
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2. Gods of Midnight
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3. Future Memories
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4. Gallipoli
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5. Can Anyone Tell Me
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6. Silver Shores Await
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7. Find Love
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8. Out of the Cradle
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9. Dances
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10. Sweet Tooth for Lies
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11. My Enigma
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12. Leaves in My Head
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13. Through the Raindrops
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14. One More Mile
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A Thousand Years at Sea is the fusion of dynamic acoustic musicians Colin Cotter, Ethan Lewis, and Neil Pearlman's distinctive and innovative musical styles - a combination that lead to the recording of their 14-track debut album, Silver Shores Await.

Singer/songwriters Colin Cotter and Ethan Lewis sing their original material on the album, accompanying their songs with blistering fiddle and guitar. Genre-defying pianist Neil Pearlman displays his depth of experience in celtic, jazz, and contemporary music, showing why he is in demand nation-wide as a pianist.

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