Blue Macaw | Growing up in Love

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Growing up in Love

by Blue Macaw

A progressive folk-rock song cycle covering the joys and pains of becoming your own person, chasing your dream, finding the one you love and walking through life with this person. Soaring operatic vocals, fine guitar playing and reflective lyrics.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. My First Day at Work
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2. Postcard from Québec
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3. Coffee at Fed Square
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4. Is This the End?
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5. Decision Time
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6. Tale of Three Cities
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7. Empty Bed
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8. Internet Blues
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9. Vow
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10. When Did I Grow up?
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11. Always There for Me
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12. Little Poppy Seed
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13. Where Do I Go from Here?
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Growing up in love" is Blue Macaw's third album - a progressive folk-rock song cycle covering the joys and pains of becoming your own person, chasing your dream, finding the one you love and walking through life with this person.

The songs are linked seamlessly without a break, like a folk version of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon.

Moving away from the hard rock elements of previous albums, this album is more inspired by Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell and Jeff Buckley with jazz and classical influences. The mood ranges from folk, rock, folk rock, jazz fusion, twelve tone music to experimental a capella.

Skillful nylon-string guitar playing is mixed with harmonica and classical singing, with touches of flute, electric guitar, keyboard, drums, bass and reflective lyrics that tell a story from start to finish.

A perfect CD to sit down to for 45 minutes!

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