Charlie Morris | The Forest

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The Forest

by Charlie Morris

Stories deep and shallow about characters crazy and wise, all with acoustic guitar, some with Dobro, mandolin and fiddle.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Coal River Mountain
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2. I Don't Know my Neighbors Anymore
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3. Dish of Pink Pills
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4. Tigress by the Tail
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5. The Man Who Stole the Dish of Gold Wherein the Dog Ate
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6. Summer in Europe
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7. On a Winter's Night
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8. You and Me
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9. Guitar in the Sun
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10. The War Is Over
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11. The Farm
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12. Love
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13. Dachshund Polka
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Album Notes
Ever since he started on this journey, Charlie Morris has been singing and writing songs. Recently he found himself in the forest with his acoustic guitar and some time for reflection. A passel of guest artists stopped by and sat down by the campfire to pick a little and help tell the stories that needed to be told.
These tales wind through the woods and farmlands to the outskirts of the city, introduce you to characters both wise and foolish, and touch on emotions both deep and shallow.

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