Calum Carlyle | Honesty And Thorns

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Honesty And Thorns

by Calum Carlyle

An engaging and emotive journey along life's shores, and through its gardens and corridors.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. May I Have A Large Container Of Coffee?
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2. Walking Through The Shallows
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3. The Sound of Falling In Love At First Sight
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4. Guatemala
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5. Atom Bomb
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6. Sometimes There's Magic
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7. The Sound Of Hoxa
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8. Shirat HaYam
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9. Yeshua
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10. The Photograph
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11. No Use Looking Back
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12. No, A Rainbow
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13. Where Do We Go From Here?
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14. Glad Rags
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15. Something Worthwhile
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Honesty And Thorns is the third CD from Orkney's estranged singer-songwriter Calum Carlyle.

An acoustic adventure through life's lushest, and most arid, landscapes, Honesty And Thorns takes you on a journey of discovery dealing with modern relationships of all kinds. It reflects the myriad ways that modern life can be viewed. It includes at least one love song, a few anti-love songs, a new adaptation of the Hebrew Song At The Sea, and more besides. Come along for the journey, as this album plumbs the depths and comes back looking for more.

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Josiah Ruff

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Ok so I'm going through CD Baby and I saw your cover and I was interested in hearing what this music sounded like and I have to say that I liked it. My favorite song was "The Photograph" it reminds me of Nina Simone, your phrasing and tone took me there.

Good record, I think that it would be a good fit for NPR's "All Songs Considered". Keep it up man sounds good!
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