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Andy Clayburn | the River Wharfe

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Easy Listening: Mood Music Classical: Film Music Moods: Featuring Guitar
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the River Wharfe

by Andy Clayburn

Easy listening mood music
Genre: Easy Listening: Mood Music
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1. Fuer Clara
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2. The River Wharfe
5:44 $0.99
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3. Heartbreak Crossroads
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4. Autumn in September
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5. Son Bahar
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6. The Last Train
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7. Angel of the Storm
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8. Days
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9. Leavin' Town
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10. 18 Years of Sunshine
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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“Andy is a first-rate writer, charismatic performer and, not least, excellent fellow. It has been an education and delight to talk with him, and to hear him perform. He’s unique, and a most welcome addition to the cultural scene in New York….

The River Wharfe, a collection of instrumentals.... a number of the songs on the album exude an old world charm, so unusual and delightful, and put me in mind of Anton Karas (most famous for writing the theme for The Third Man). But again, I find myself making comparisons in an attempt to convey Andy’s style, which in the end is his own, a kind of classical jazz. Andy writes and performs popular music at its best. I salute the confidence he has in his abilities, his willingness to go his own way, his enthusiasm for acoustic sound, the whole package….”


Rex Roberts, New York Film Journal

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