Dandelion Wine | The Face on Mars

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The Face on Mars

by Dandelion Wine

These songs are a compilation of original and cover tunes, with a leaning towards fantasy and science fiction themes, often referred to as "filk".
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. The Face on Mars
3:26 album only
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2. Green Mars
4:00 album only
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3. As I Am
4:30 album only
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4. Lady of the Sea
4:58 album only
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5. Crazy Man Michael
4:12 album only
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6. Merliln
4:19 album only
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7. Long Night (v2)
3:37 album only
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8. Forty Five Years
4:13 album only
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9. Solar Flare
3:01 album only
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10. Little Country
3:30 album only
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11. Woodland Dream
4:48 album only
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12. The Lady
4:13 album only
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13. Gone Filkin'
4:49 album only
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14. Witch of the Westmoreland
4:05 album only
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15. Tom's Cross
3:39 album only
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16. The Song Will Remain
5:10 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Songs of the sea, songs of the earth, and songs of worlds beyond; this is music with a twist of something strange, something exciting, something wonderful.
This is the third CD by the Canadian group Dandelion Wine (Dave Clement and Tom Jeffers). They've been singing to receptive audiences in North America and Europe for thirty years or more. Dave's deep voice admirably suits the Stan Rogers song "Forty Five Years", as well as ballads like "Woodland Dream", or the haunting "As I Am" by Heather Dale. Their music transports you to faraway places, and transforms the ordinary to something strange and wonderful.

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