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Bill Baker | Arms of the World

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Arms of the World

by Bill Baker

Thoughtful, provocative lyrics set to music firmly rooted in the Americana style create songs that Mike Joyce of the Washington Post refereed to as "tuneful, tasteful and evocative".
Genre: Country: Country Blues
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1. Make Me Real
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2. Island in the Sea
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3. Fat Daddy
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4. Arms of the World
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5. Guess Things Happen That Way
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6. Things to Come
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7. New Day
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8. Call Love
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9. Mona Lisa
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10. December Rain
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11. Let Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Local boy Bill Baker is a familiar name in the Washington DC music scene. His award winning and critically acclaimed songs and voice have made there way across the States and onto main stage venues at Kerrville Folk Festival, Merlefest, Kennedy center, Strathmore arts center and Barns at Wolftrap as well as performances in Europe.
Performing now with his band , Bill's writing blends influences from folk, blues and country to create contemporary music firmly rooted in traditional Americana.

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