Bill Pere | Rural Mural

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Rural Mural

by Bill Pere

Well-crafted story-telling lyrics depicting many aspects of rural life across 4 centuries. Supported by intricate arrangements of unique and varying musical textures. This album is Part III of the "Crest of a Wave", "Cityscape", "Rural Mural"
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Wrought Iron Ring
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2. The Dream (The Farm Song)
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3. You Make Me Believe in Me
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4. What Love Really Means
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5. Minstrel in the Moonlight
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6. The Meadow Song
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7. Late Night Bus
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8. Simple Quilt
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9. Winter World
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10. Noah's Ark
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11. Sideshow Man
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12. Dust Bowl
4:06 $0.99
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13. Where No Shadows Fall
3:09 $0.99
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14. The Talk in the Tavern
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15. The Nail
2:25 $0.99
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16. The Jester
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17. I Am Erica
3:46 $0.99
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18. And Our Love
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19. Let Me Count the Ways
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20. Story of Our Lives
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bill Pere's grammy-winning songwriting and intricate story-telling is again on display in his 16th album release. This collection of 20 tracks is unified around the theme of rural life. The songs look at many perspectives of rural life from the 16th century, to colonial times, to the early 1900's, to the depression, and to modern day. As the third part of the amazing "Crest of a Wave", "Cityscape" and "Rural Mural" trilogy, the lives of some of the characters from previous albums are continued in these songs. Bil''s musical arrangements are intricate, underpinned by his 12-string guitar, surrounded by a range of musical textures that enhance the powerful lyrical content.

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