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Passing Conversations

by tim keeler

Southern poetic charm meets moody euro-indie-pop sensibilities with a literate, passionate story of life, love and mercy.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. dreamers
1:18 album only
2. cross-feathered
5:56 album only
3. sunburned
5:22 album only
4. where my heart lives
5:51 album only
5. shooting star
4:38 album only
6. autumn leaves
3:45 album only
7. alive
4:10 album only
8. leaving the circus
4:45 album only
9. green
4:56 album only
10. magic
6:52 album only
11. sunburned(reprise)
2:40 album only


Album Notes
The debut cd from Tim Keeler features musical and vocal support from members of Compass Records artist Vigilantes of Love as well as Mark Olson (the jayhawks) and Victoria Williams !!



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Passing Conversations

This cd was definately done by an artist!!!
Upon listening to this cd, I was struck with a sense of mystery about the artist and a deep faith in Christ as well. My favorite song was the one about laying in fields. I live on the water in Florida and I always long to lay in the fields. As I listened to this song of the fields, it truely felt like I was there.
Have you made an all worship cd?? I would love to hear it if you have.

Ryan Crum

A captivating combination of the surreal and ethereal.
Passing Conversations takes my soul and plays hide and seek with it. That's about all that can be said. Excellence rears its shiny little noggin in every track on this album. The songwriting style of Tim Keeler is intensely personal yet at the same time relates to everyone. He somehow manages to capture the entire human experience within 50 minutes of music. It must be heard.
It is difficult to describe the music of Passing Conversations, since there is nothing else that I have ever heard that sounds anything like it. Accessible roots rock, with a dash of folk and indie-pop, maybe? But that does very little justice to it. Just listen to it, but give it a good listen. Part of the magic of PC is in the way it slowly draws you in and blots everything else out.

It is hard to pick favorites from this album, but the ones I find myself going back to most often are Cross-feathered, Where My Heart Lives, Leaving the Circus, Green, and Magic.